Hello. I'm Nick Malik. At Hampstead Therapy Practice I work with individuals, couples and families to support them toward recovery and health. Working together sheds light on both your past experiences and how these affect your life today. This clarifies the way you have come to view yourself and fosters a different way of thinking about yourself, your past, present, and future.
In order to be effective, trust must be part of the therapeutic process. This is crucial. You need to feel safe and secure in the relationship in order to explore and talk freely. In this way the relationship with your therapist will help you make your own choices.
All initial consultations are free of charge. This gives us a chance to speak and allows me to assess whether I can be of help and you to assess whether I am the right therapist for you. It is also an opportunity for you to ask questions.
I currently work face to face, online and also offer walking therapy.
To find out more about me and how I work please visit the website or get in touch for an initial consult.
- [email protected]
- 07852 002015
78 Hampstead High St
I currently work both in person and online. I also offer walking therapy at the moment; sessions generally take place on Hampstead Heath or Primrose Hill. The practice itself is situated less than five minutes walk from Hampstead underground stat
OnlineI also provide my services online.
Issues often worked with
Types of therapy
All initial consultations are free. Before commencing psychotherapy, I will discuss your requirements with you and establish how we might best work together.
Ongoing sessions are charged at:
A number of concessions are available.
Training and qualifications
Nick Malik (MBACP)
- Member of BACP
- M.A. in Psychotherapy and Healing Practice, University of Middlesex (SOPH)
- Certificate in Group Analytic Studies, IGA, London
- Member of The Society of Psychology and Healing
I have an M.A. in Psychotherapy from the University of Middlesex (SOPH) and I hold qualifications in Group Psychotherapy from the Institute of Group Analysis in London. I am a member of BACP, the main regulating body for psychotherapists and also The Society of Psychology and Healing.