Coronavirus continues to affect us all in different ways and we have learnt how to adapt ourselves to keep safe and well. At City Psychology Group (CPG) we remain supportive of your mental health and wellbeing needs, and we are available and ready to help.


Kindly note: we offer all forms of psychological therapy, be this in-person, via videocall or telephone to ensure you have access to the same high-quality care that you expect from us.


 Please do not hesitate to get in touch if you are interested in receiving CPG’s reputable support, whether this is for you or for someone else, or just want to find out more.


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"I strive to create an accepting and non-judgmental environment that can allow for recovery and self-knowledge, and I feel privileged to be trusted with other people’s life stories in my vocation as a therapist."

About Me
Research & Publications

Many people tend to suffer from anxiety, tension and anguish for too long before reaching out for help. It takes courage to enter into therapy, and it takes courage to confront our difficulties. 

As a clinical psychologist, I offer clients a calm and confidential environment within which they can deal with any issues they are experiencing, with the professionalism that they deserve. 

Pablo has worked with people to address a wide range of mental health difficulties, including anxiety, post-traumatic stress, depression, relationship issues, existential crises, low self-esteem and grief.

Pablo has an integrative approach to his work, tailoring psychological therapy to the person’s situation, aims and preferences. He is experienced and trained in several modalities, such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Person-Centred Therapy (PCT) and Motivational Interviewing (MI). He specialises, however, in the use of online behavioural and humanistic therapies for clinical anxiety.

Pablo is a clinical psychologist chartered with the British Psychological Society (BPS) and registered with the HCPC. He is also a behavioural psychotherapist registered with the Association of Contextual Behavioural Science (ACBS), and a full member of the Division of Academic and Research Psychology of the BPS. He completed his MSc and PhD in Clinical Psychology at the University of Leiden, in Holland, and at the University of Roehampton, in London, respectively. 

He has practiced as a clinician in a range of services in different countries, prior to joining CPG, working in centres and charities in and beyond Europe. He is experienced working with anxiety, post-traumatic stress, grief and depression, among other mental health difficulties, in a time-limited manner. 

He continues to be involved in academic teaching and research, having lectured at the University of Roehampton, in London, and currently being an Honorary Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Liverpool. As a researcher, he is involved in national and international scientific studies.

Pablo continues to be involved in academic teaching and research, and his work on integrative psychotherapy and cultural psychiatry has been published in a number of peer-reviewed academic journals. He has also presented at both national and international conferences.

Selected publications:

Sabucedo, P., Evans, C., & Hayes, J. (2020). Perceiving those who are gone: Cultural research on post-bereavement perception or hallucination of the deceased. Transcultural Psychiatry.

Sabucedo, P., Evans, C., Gaitanidis, A., & Hayes, J. (2020). When experiences of presence go awry: A survey on psychotherapy practice with the ambivalent-to-distressing ‘hallucination’ of the deceased. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice .

Kamp, K., Steffen, E.M., Alderson-Day, B., Allen, P., Austad, A., Hayes, J., Laroi, F., Ratcliffe, M., & Sabucedo, P. (2020). Sensory and quasi-sensory experience of the deceased in bereavement: An interdisciplinary and integrative review. Schizophrenia Bulletin 

Sabucedo, P. (2019). Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and humanistic psychotherapy: An integrative approximation. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling.

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