I’m Dr Priya Kochuparampil, a senior Clinical Psychologist accredited by the British Psychological Society. I hold a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from King’s College London and a Masters in Psychological Research from Oxford University.

I believe that evidence-based psychotherapy combined with person-centred care has the power to inspire transformations in one’s mental health and wellbeing. Beyond simply addressing the symptoms of mental health conditions, I tailor therapy to help my patients achieve their wider goals and live a more fulfilling life. For some of my patients, therapy may involve realigning their lifestyle with their values, establishing a sense of identity, finding purpose and developing self-care strategies. For others, therapy has helped them heal from trauma or adverse childhood experiences, improving their self-esteem, enhancing their communication skills, and allowing them to feel secure in loving relationships. In a nutshell, receiving the right treatment and support can have long-lasting benefits on many aspects of life.

I use an evidence-based psychological formulation process to make a comprehensive assessment about the nature of any problems and how they are affecting your life. I also want to identify your individual strengths and existing coping strategies so we can integrate them into your bespoke treatment plan. My extensive clinical experience and specialist training enables me to tailor therapy according to your needs and preferences. I’m certified in multiple psychotherapeutic approaches, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Compassion-Focused Therapy, Mindfulness Therapy, Integrative, Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Schema Therapy.

“Just because we think something doesn’t make it true.” The meaning we give to our experiences determines everything – especially how we feel, think and behave. Exploring these meanings in therapy can help you move forward from painful experiences and empower you with strength, purpose and hope.

Expertise

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Complex Trauma

I understand that many patients with a history of trauma may feel anxious or fearful about the idea of reliving experiences that have caused so much suffering and distress. However, once treatment has started, the positive benefits of therapy will quickly outweigh the distress these memories cause on a day-to-day basis when left untreated. I also want to reassure you that I will do my utmost to help you feel safe and supported in sessions and ensure that therapy progresses at a pace you feel comfortable with.

Much of my clinical work is dedicated to helping people overcome trauma, and I’ve witnessed how therapy can support patients in making incredible recoveries. I use evidence-based approaches for treating trauma, such as Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. These trauma-focused treatments help people process traumatic memories and move on from the distress they’ve caused. I’m passionate about helping people address the often traumatic roots of their present distress and find that a trauma-centred approach is particularly effective in helping people with chronic mental health difficulties.

Anxiety Disorders and OCD

“Our anxiety does not come from thinking about the future, but from wanting to control it”. – Kahlil Gibran.

I have considerable experience treating a wide range of anxiety disorders, including generalised anxiety, social anxiety, panic attacks, different types of phobias, and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). I completed my Master’s dissertation at the Oxford Centre for Anxiety Disorders and Trauma. I also worked as an assistant psychologist at the Centre for Anxiety Disorders and Trauma in London. My experiences provided valuable insights into the complex factors contributing to anxiety disorders and highlighted how important it is for my patients to understand how the factors that maintain their anxiety can be addressed in tangible ways. My approach to treating anxiety typically begins with psychoeducation and integrates cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) with compassion-focused techniques, which results in consistent and long-lasting benefits. For patients with OCD, the evidence-based CBT approach is particularly beneficial because it involves gradual exposure to the things they fear most within a safe and supportive therapy environment.

Mood-related disorders

We all experience low moods or dips in our productivity and motivation sometimes. Usually, we can shake ourselves out of these low periods, but sometimes, it can be challenging to find the motivation to do so. At these times, we can often get stuck in our heads, and we might find ourselves feeling hopeless or thinking that we’re not good enough. We can lose a sense of time and purpose, and each day fades into the next without a routine to structure it. Over time, depression can alter how we see ourselves and become more severe, as negative thinking patterns and unhealthy behaviour become more entrenched. While it’s common to retreat from the world and isolate ourselves when we feel like this, I want you to know that help is available, and you can access many effective strategies for treating depression.

My approach to tackling depression takes account of all the above factors by combining behavioural and cognitive techniques. For example, treatment may involve establishing a healthy routine and training the brain away from negative thinking patterns that bias our perception and rob us of joy. Additionally, mindfulness strategies can help create space away from negative thoughts, teaching us to observe rather than judge. I can also help you think about the values you would like to guide your life by, which can help you feel closer to your ‘authentic self’ and live in a more fulfilling and purposeful way.

My approach to therapy and treatment

If you’re reading this, you’ve already taken the first step by thinking about seeking help, which is huge! There’s a nurturing part of yourself that recognises you need help and encourages you to access it. So take a deep breath and listen closely to what that part is telling you.

As a therapist, I always accept people for who they are and what they bring, with a compassionate, kind and non-judgemental approach. I’m inspired by each of my patient’s individual strengths, I respect their journeys, and I greatly appreciate the courage it takes to share their vulnerabilities.

During the first consultation, I ask people what their psychological goals are, whether that be to reduce the severity of your symptoms, feel better about yourself, re-engage with aspects of your life that matter to you, or improve your relationships. Through assessment sessions, we begin to collaboratively create a formulation of what is getting in the way of you living the life you want to be living, which includes a better understanding of earlier difficult or traumatic events that influence our present thoughts, feelings and behaviours. This formulation creates a roadmap that guides us on what factors to address during therapy.

Treatment plans

When creating a personalised treatment plan, my training in multiple psychotherapeutic approaches allows me to tailor therapy depending on your needs and the best available evidence for treating your unique difficulties or symptoms. Additionally, I’m a firm believer that incorporating my patients’ lifestyle choices and ‘ways of being’ is a crucial aspect of successful treatment. Whether it’s encouraging physical exercise and meditation, reducing screen-time, increasing social connection, or more engagement with pleasurable activities – I work with patients to find activities that suit their routine and preferences. I support my patients in making positive lifestyle changes and developing habits that promote holistic wellbeing. Once my patients feel how uplifting and beneficial these changes are, it spurs on their motivation to continue with these habits independently. Integrating these positive lifestyle changes helps make treatment a holistic process, resulting in mental and physical health benefits that last long after therapy has finished.

Medication

As a Clinical Psychologist, I don’t prescribe medication. However, I believe medication can help ‘take the edge off’ distressing symptoms whilst we work on addressing the underlying issues in therapy. People can feel a lot of stigma about taking medication, and I often address this in my work. For patients currently taking medication or those exploring their treatment options, I can work closely with your prescribing psychiatrist or GP to support a collaborative treatment plan that includes medication.

Education & Training

I’m an experienced Clinical Psychologist accredited by the British Psychological Society and registered with the Health and Care Professionals Council. I’ve been working as a psychologist since 2012, during which time I’ve gained considerable expertise helping people across primary and secondary care NHS services and in private practice.

Previously, I worked in a specialist service for survivors of rape and sexual assault at King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. I specialised in working with survivors of traumatic experiences using a range of therapeutic models, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), EMDR, Schema Therapy, Compassion-Focused Therapy (CFT), and Mindfulness. I was actively involved in training various professional groups on the psychological impact of rape and sexual assault, including the Crown Prosecution Service, multidisciplinary teams in the National Health Service and voluntary sector, and medical students. I also facilitated workshops and groups for survivors of traumatic experiences.

Regarding my education, I undertook my Bachelor’s degree (with Honours) in Psychology at St Xavier’s College, University of Mumbai, in 2010. I completed my Masters in Psychological Research at Oxford University in 2012 and my Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at King’s College London in 2016. My doctoral programme provided in-depth training in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Mindfulness-based approaches. CBT is an evidence-based approach for treating a wide range of mental health difficulties, including mood and anxiety disorders, and provides the theoretical framework for formulating my patients’ problems and helping treat them. My doctoral thesis focused on the impact of auditory hallucinations on carers of those with psychosis. The hours spent interviewing family members helped me better appreciate the toll of severe mental health difficulties, not just on the patient but on the people who care about them.

After qualifying as a Clinical Psychologist, I continued training in other approaches, including Schema Therapy, Compassion-focused therapy, Mentalisation- based Therapy for Families (MBT-F), trauma-sensitive yoga and EMDR. I’m an accredited member of the EMDR Association of the UK and Ireland. I have found it incredibly useful to draw on these varied therapeutic models to tailor treatment programmes to best suit the needs of my patients. Using an integrative approach has helped me provide effective relief from surface-level symptoms in the short term and address deeper issues in the long term.

I hold the following psychotherapy qualifications and certifications:

  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
  • Compassion Focused Therapy
  • Mindfulness-based Therapy
  • Integrative Psychotherapy
  • Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing
  • Schema Therapy
  • Mentalisation-based Therapy for Families

 

You can find out more about my professional publications here.

Conditions I treat

PTSDComplex TraumaTrauma from sexual assaultChildhood traumaAnxiety disordersOCDBody dysmorphic disorderPanic attacksPhobiaSocial anxietyGeneralised anxietyDepressionDysthymiaBipolarDisassociation, derealisation & depersonalisationWork-related stressAnger managementAttachment / Relationship difficultiesShame & guilt (Depression/Trauma)Low self-esteemLoss and grief Bereavement

My personal interests

I love spending time looking at art in local galleries, art fairs and museums. The Impressionists and Post-Impressionists particularly inspire me; I find the light and movement they convey uplifting and playful, reminding me not to take life too seriously. I enjoy painting cards for loved ones’ birthdays and anniversaries, which has become a hobby over time.

I am also a big believer in the restorative power of nature and regularly go for walks in my local forest and longer hikes when travelling. I have lived and volunteered across many different parts of the globe, including the Middle East, India, South Africa and the UK. I enjoy meeting and working with people from diverse backgrounds to more fully appreciate the unique factors that distinguish us, alongside the common humanity that brings us together.

Fees

Initial Consultation:
£250
(50 min)
Follow-up Consultation:
£250
(50 min)

Private medical insurance

I am recognised by all major insurance companies including Aviva, Cigna, Pru Health, Allianz, Bupa International, WPA, Simplyhealth. Please note I am not registered with BUPA UK and AXA PPP.

Patient success stories

“Working with Priya was the most life-transforming thing I decided to do. Her compassion, kindness, and depth of understanding are incredible. She helped me see myself and life in a positive light in just a matter of months. Priya is a very knowledgeable and wise person, and I would highly recommend her to anyone looking to get life-changing help and support. Recovery is real.” - A.N.
"Priya is the most exceptional and highly skilled practitioner I've ever had the pleasure and privilege of working with. Over the past two years, Priya has helped guide and support a remarkable improvement in my mental health, with my day to day now feeling much lighter, more peaceful, clearer and more joyful. What sets Priya apart is the very skillful use of her significant repertoire of methods and techniques to help guide actionable, sustainable and permanent change. With many friends' experiences - and I've certainly experienced it myself - therapy can sometimes feel like a constant dredging up of painful areas without constructive purpose. That's not the case with Priya. She has a unique ability to create a safe environment for exploration and guide a trajectory of meaningful and purposeful change. Without exception, I always leave our sessions feeling more empowered, at ease and lighter. I can't express enough how grateful I am to have been able to work with someone so skilled, passionate, kind, empathetic and all-round exceptional." - L.L.
“I met Priya 15 months after losing my husband to cancer, following a late diagnosis of PTSD and severe depression. Under Priya's care, I underwent nine months of EMDR therapy, interspersed with CBT and ACT, to deal with the trauma and grief, as well as reorient my life to align better with my values - which Priya helped me to uncover. The success of the EMDR therapy means I have resumed a normal life, including a return to my full-time job. I am also in the process of making changes to my life to live closer to my values.

I feel Priya struck the right balance between making room to listen to my story, reflecting back to me what she heard and posing didactic questions to help me get unstuck, also sometimes setting homework for the following session. Priya was happy to cater to my analytical approach, answering my questions about the techniques she would be using and how I should think about my progress along the journey.

Priya takes her work seriously and listens carefully, which allows her to get to the core of the matter at hand. I believe she excels at gently bringing underlying issues to the surface. She cares deeply about her clients and works towards tangible results within a pre-specified time frame. This provided me with a clear sense of achievable progress, which I found very helpful.

I am extremely grateful to Priya for her help and support and highly recommend her. I feel I struck gold by meeting Priya and have said as much to her!” - Marilyne T.
“Priya made sure I felt comfortable in every session. I always felt like I was being listened to rather than just evaluated. She helped me work through things that had bothered me for years. I can't express how much of a difference our sessions have made!” - Charlotte
"I went to see Priya at a very difficult time in my life. I was nervous about going to therapy for the first time ever, and it turned out I didn't need to be. She made me feel very comfortable and helped me to get through my experience, but also how to tackle other issues from my past. We worked on what the causes were, the ability to overcome them and how to keep on improving going forward. After each session, I felt a change in myself and had a much more positive outlook. The sessions have certainly helped with my current relationships and will do with future relationships. It was a transformative experience, and I wish I'd gone to her sooner." - Y.E.
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Follow up consultations:

£895

(90 min)

Dr Stefan Ivantu

I’m Dr Stefan Ivantu, a Consultant Psychiatrist trained in Oxford UK, with clinical and leadership experience, previously working with Oxford Health.

Conditions I treat:

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) inattentive, mixed, hyperactiveDepressionAnxiety disordersComplex conditions, including self-harmAutism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) previously diagnosed and co-morbiditiesObsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)Bipolar Affective DisorderPsychosisTreatment-resistant conditionsPersonality disordersChronic sleep difficulties

I’m a true advocate of using a holistic approach because each patient deserves to be treated and supported as a unique individual

Fees
ADHD assessment:

£1160

(2 hours)
Initial Consultation:

£870

(1.5 hours)
Follow up consultations:

£290

(30 min)
Follow up consultations:

£580

(1 hour)

Dr Penny Brown

My name is Dr Penny Brown, and I am an experienced Consultant Psychiatrist working with adults. I trained in medicine at the University of Oxford and in psychiatry on the Maudsley Training Programme and Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London.
Conditions I treat:
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)AnxietyPanic AttacksStress-related disordersWork-related stressAdjustment disordersDepressionDysthymiaPost-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)Complex PTSDBipolar disorderHypomaniaPsychosisSchizophreniaAutism spectrum disorder (ASD)
Mental pain is less dramatic than physical pain, but it is more common and harder to bear. The frequent attempt to conceal mental pain increases the burden: it is easier to say “My tooth is aching” than to say “My heart is broken.” – C.S. Lewis.
Fees
Initial Assessment:
£1160
(2 hours)
Follow-up Consultation:
£580
(1 hour)
Follow-up Consultation:
£290
(30 min)

Dr Alberto Pertusa

I have a strong interest in behaviour modification, lifestyle optimisation and the use of self-quantification as a way to foster wellbeing and increase performance.

Conditions I treat:
ADHDAddictionsAnxietyBinge EatingOCDOrthorexiaSleep problems

I always strive to provide the highest standards of care to all my patients.
I endeavour to offer personalised and bespoke treatment in order to meet your specific needs