BSc, BSc, MA, MSc, Post-MSc Dip, C.Psychol
Will has 16 years experience helping clients within NHS and in private practice. He has lectured in cognitive science at the University of Westminster and supervises City University students undertaking the Doctorate in Counselling Psychology program. He brings perspectives from attachment theory, cognitive behavioural therapy, narrative therapy, EMDR, acceptance and commitment therapy to his clinical work.
Will encourages clients to discover the resources they already have to address their issues and enables them to engage with what really matters to them in their life. He has experience in working with a range of presenting problems including depression, obsessive anxiety and trauma. He works both with high-level legal and financial executives as well as young people starting their journey into work and relationships. He has also worked with a number of high-functioning autistic spectrum clients.