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.


 Wishing you the best of health.

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“Practising psychotherapy is a passion for me. I have a deep interest in people’s experiences and motivations, and in understanding how their present is affected by their histories and environments.” 

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I see talking therapy as a way to engage with the personal experiences of others in the context of a professional relationship that offers an opportunity for reflection and exploration, with the aim of supporting personal development and acquiring helpful skills and strategies to cope with hardships and distress.

Maya has twenty years of experience working with individuals and couples on a wide range of issues, including: anxiety; depression; eating disorders; addictions; relationship problems; and issues related to life events and transitions, such as bereavement, loss, and separation. She is particularly interested in supporting creative work and learning processes and has extensive experience working with trauma, gender-based violence and abuse, and political trauma. Maya has extensive supervisory experience and is a BPS registered Applied Psychology Practice Supervisor.

In her work she integrates psychodynamic, third-wave cognitive behavioural, and mindfulness approaches. She is a Certified Focussing Professional. Through conversation or focusing on the body, she helps clients to develop an in-depth understanding of the causes of their issues, to change their behaviour, to develop emotional connectedness and clarity, and to improve interpersonal communication. 

Maya is a lecturer on the MA Counselling course at STACS (Social, Therapeutic and Community Studies), Goldsmiths, University of London.  Her previous experience includes several years working in a rehabilitation psychiatric unit and in an institute for eating disorders in Israel.  Before joining CPG two years ago, Maya spent twelve years in private practice in Tel Aviv.

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