Julianne Wren cognitive behaviour therapy psychotherapist london n10
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Julianne Wren

Cognitive behaviour therapy psychotherapist
London N10 , London E9
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About Me

I primarily work with young adults, adolescents, children and families and help them to understand and cope with a range of experiences related to: anxiety, depression, relationships, transitions and other life stresses.  I also specialise in working with Eating Disorders and have had extensive training and experience in this area. I use a cognitive-behavioural approach, combining acceptance-based strategies, mindfulness, and goal-oriented techniques. During our sessions, I will actively listen to your concerns, and teach you skills that will help you cope with your stress, meet your goals, and improve your outlook.  This type of therapy is focused on solving problems and reducing and managing distressing symptoms brought about by anxiety, depression, or the stress of daily life.  

My approach is interactive, warm and non-judgemental. I look forward to working with you. Please email or call to schedule an appointment. 

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Locations

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Muswell Hill Consulting Rooms
51 Colney Hatch Lane
London
N10 1LJ

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East London Consulting Rooms
7a Cresset Road
Hackney
London
E9 6FS

Issues often worked with

Addiction
Anxiety
Depression
Eating disorders
Gender diversity
Interpersonal relationships
Phobias

Therapy offered

In person
By phone
On video

Client groups

Adult
Families
Adolescents
Children

Fees

I charge £85 per session in Muswell Hill / £75 per session in Hackney

I am a recognised provider of AXA PPP, Aviva, WPA, Cigna, Healix and VitalityHealth

Website: londonchildcbt.co.uk

 

Training and qualifications

I have worked with children and young people and their families for over twenty years, having worked for the NHS in the child and adolescent mental health service for the last ten years and I continue to do so on a part time basis.  The rest of my working week is now in independent practice.  I studied Child and Young People Cognitive Behavioural Therapy at UCL in London and am a clinical social worker by background, having trained in the United States.  

Verified professional membership

British Association for Behavioural & Cognitive Psychotherapies