The impact of Coronavirus is effecting us all in various ways and on many levels so we feel it’s important to remind you that as always, City Psychology Group (CPG) is here to help and support your mental health and psychological wellbeing.

 We continue to be fully operational with all our clinicians now conducting equally effective therapy sessions via online video or telephone call appointments.

The good news is that this has enabled us to continue providing you with the high quality care that we pride ourselves in especially during these unprecedented times.

 If you have any queries or are interested in CPG supporting you, or someone else who may be struggling, during these challenging times, then please do not hesitate to get in touch.

 Wishing you the best of health.
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“I have always been inspired by the desire to help individuals become the best version of themselves they can be. I approach therapy from a collaborative standpoint and offer a warm, trusting, and non-judgemental space to allow clients to explore their particular difficulties. I believe that successful results in therapy are highly dependent on forming a strong therapeutic alliance, and I aim to help others to feel more comfortable in their own skin by the end of treatment.” 

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I offer face-to-face therapy to adults and adolescents with mental health difficulties, and couples experiencing relationship difficulties or marital discord.  

I mainly work from a Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) perspective but am greatly influenced by Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT). I enjoy working with a group of highly specialist colleagues at CPG who share the same passion for helping clients to make their most of their lives. I also greatly value the excellent supervision offered and the fantastic support of the administration team.

Kim is expert in treating a range of adult mental health difficulties, including: social anxiety; obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD); post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD); health anxiety and generalised anxiety disorder (GAD); depression; low self-esteem; lack of self-worth and assertiveness; and work-related stress. She is skilled in working with relationship problems and marital discord as well as bullying and emotional abuse and difficulties with maintaining a work-life balance. 

Kim has a particular interest in coaching individuals and couples with regard to step-parenting issues such as role conflict, changing perspectives and understanding stepfamily culture, setting and maintaining healthy boundaries, and managing conflict within the stepfamily.

Kim has worked for five years as a Highly Specialist Counselling Psychologist at Homerton University Hospital within the Primary Care Psychology Service and has lectured in organisational psychology at the Greenwich School of Management. She currently works with BeStepwise as a parenting coach. 

As well as being a counselling psychologist, Kim holds an MSc in occupational psychology and qualifications in psychometric testing. She is a BABCP (British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies) accredited cognitive behavioural psychotherapist and has completed further training in Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT), cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) for couples, and Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR).

Self-help book: 

Managing change in step families: understanding family culture, routines and rituals. (2011). 

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