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Wilbraham Place Practice

Wilbraham Place Practice

Show Phone Number 9A Wilbraham Place, London, SW1X 9AE
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Opening Hours

Monday  8:00 -   7:00pm
Tuesday  8:00 -   7:00pm
Wednesday  8:00 -   7:00pm
Thursday  8:00 -   7:00pm
Friday  8:00 -   7:00pm
Saturday  9:00 -   2:30pm
Sunday

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About Wilbraham Place Practice

Wilbraham Place Practice is private, multidisciplinary healthcare practice, which opened its doors in June 2001. The practice is situated in the prestigious location of Sloane Square and only a three minute walk from Sloane Square underground station.

Wilbraham Place Practice provides private healthcare services on an outpatient and fee paying basis. The practice is registered with the Care Quality Commission, which ensures that we provide high quality of healthcare by reputable consultants who will tailor health requirements to patient needs. We pride ourselves in providing high quality patient centre care and friendly customer service.


Our guiding principles are excellence of clinical management, patient confidentiality, attention to detail, a holistic and flexible approach, a professional and discrete manner and freedom of choice.

Our range of healthcare services are:

  • Acupuncture
  • Chiropody/Podiatry
  • Chiropractor
  • Counselling
  • Dermatology
  • GP Services
  • Homeopathy
  • Hypnotherapy
  • Neurology
  • Osteopathy
  • Physiotherapy
  • Psychology
  • Psychotherapy
  • Psychiatry
  • Reflexology
  • Sophrology


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Accreditations

  • RCC - Royal College of Chiropractors (UK) 
  • BCA - British Chiropractic Association (UK) 
  • CQC - Care Quality Commission (UK) 
  • GMC - General Medical Council (UK) 
  • HCPC - Health and Care Professions Council (UK) 
  • MDU - Medical Defence Union (UK) 
  • MPS - Medical Protection Society (UK) 
  • RCPsych - Royal College of Psychiatrists (UK) 

Provides

Chiropractic

Dermatology

General Practice

Active Lifestyle

Addictions Treatment

Chiropody

Diets

Health Screening

Mental Health

Homeopathy

Massage Therapy

Neurology

Orthopaedics

Osteopathy

Physiotherapy

Plastic Surgery

Psychiatry

Psychology

Psychotherapy

Premises

Parking - Meter Parking

Accessible to disabled people

Public transport access - Sloane Square Tube Station - 5 minute walk away

Wheelchair accessible toilet

Access without steps

Disabled parking

Patient bathroom

Wireless access

On-site pharmacy

Clinic Services

Emergency serviceText message reminders - Appointment Reminders and general info textsHome visits - Some practitioners provide a home visit serviceOpen 24 hoursOpen weekends - Saturdays

Languages spoken

EnglishFrenchGreekItalian

General Practice

 
Active Lifestyle Consultation
 
Chiropodist Consultation
 
Dietician Consultation
 
GP Consultation
 
Health Screening Consultation
 
Mental Health Consultation

Plastic Surgery

 
Plastic Surgeon Consultation

Physiotherapy

 
Biomechanical assessment
 
Orthotics
£50  -  £100
Physiotherapist Consultation
Initial Assessment (one hour)
 
Spinal Rehabilitation - Neck and Back Injury
 
Sports Injury Rehabilitation - Strapping and Taping

Chiropractic

 
Chiropractor Consultation

Osteopathy

 
Osteopath Consultation

Acupuncture

 
Acupuncture Treatment

Dermatology

 
Dermatologist Consultation

Neurology

 
Neurologist Consultation

Holistic Health

 
Foot Reflexology
 
Maternity Reflexology

Homeopathy

 
Homeopath Consultation

Psychology

 
Psychologist Consultation

Psychiatry

 
Psychiatrist Consultation

Psychotherapy

 
Psychotherapist Consultation

Payment Information

Credit Card, Cash and Cheque payments accepted by the majority of our clinicians.  Some clinicians will invoice the patient after his/her consultation. 

Insurance

Private Patients Welcome

European Health Insurance Card

BUPA - Please note not all practitioners are registered with Bupa.

AXA PPP Healthcare - Please note not all practitioners are registered with Axa PPP

CIGNA Healthcare

Mrs Carol Bowyer

Job Title:
 Dietician
Specialisations:
 Dietetics (Nutrition)
Languages:
 English
Biography:

Carol qualified as a Registered Dietitian in 1977. In 1980, at St George’s Hospital, London, she was invited to take part in a research project examining hypothalamic change with dietary manipulation on a series of obese woman before and after losing weight. This project initiated her interest in treating people who have a difficult relationship with food within a multi-disciplinary setting and subsequently, over the next decade, worked with patients undergoing radical treatment to help them lose weight. Additionally, her post included input to the Eating Disorders Unit run by the late Professor Arthur Crisp. During the twelve years she worked with him, she developed the clinical dietetic service to the unit and extended her own dietetic training with both individual counselling skills and group training.

In 1993, Carol joined a very limited Eating Disorder service at the Priory Hospital Roehampton and, together with a dedicated multidisciplinary team, was instrumental in fully developing the service providing treatment for in-patients/day-patients and outpatients. In 2007 Carol completed an MA entitled ‘Working with People with Eating Disorders’ at the Tavistock clinic, London. This enabled her to consider both the feeding process and her role as a dietitian in re-feeding her patients from a psychoanalytical perspective. The challenge of nutritional change that is demanded as someone gradually recovers from an eating disorder can be extremely daunting. With regular individual contact, whether in the consulting room or at the meal table, Carol will support each patient referred to her to work towards achieving this change, together with inviting support from families and friends.

Three years ago Carol left the service at Priory Hospital Roehampton and is working solely with out-patients as a partner in the Chelsea and Harley St Eating Disorder Service (CAHSEDS). Recovery from an eating disorder is only achieved when there is both nutritional and emotional change and as multi-disciplinary team, we offer a compassionate and comprehensive service to our patients to help them achieve these changes.

Dr Federica Boecklin

Job Title:
 Aesthetic Medicine Physician
Specialisations:
 Acupuncture, General Practice, Homoeopathy
Languages:
 English, Italian
Biography:
Dr Federica Boecklin is an Integrated Medicine Specialist. Her particular approach to health and healing is to provide patients with individually tailored health and wellbeing programmes, using the safest and most effective combination of approaches and treatments from the world of both conventional and complementary medicine.

She is a graduate from University “La Sapienza” Medical School, Rome, where she also obtained her Specialist qualification in Clinical Haematology. To conventional medical training she has then decided to add a variety of complementary approaches in particular Homeopathy and Traditional Chinese Medicine Acupuncture. She gained full Membership of the Faculty of Homeopathy and subsequently went on to study acupuncture, obtaining a Diploma in Traditional Chinese Medicine issued by the Chinese Medical Institute and Register and The Beijing University of Chinese Medicine and Pharmacology

She worked as an NHS Specialist Doctor at the Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine (RLHIM), part of University College Hospitals from 2001 – 2014.  Her work at the RLHIM centred on a variety of clinical specialties including Woman’s health, Fertility, Complementary Cancer Care, Children’s Health, Chronic Pain Management and Addictions Management. She also ran a busy high-volume Acupuncture Clinic for the treatment of menopausal hot flushes and menstrual period disorders.

She has recently developed a special interest in treating children and young adults, combining homeopathic treatment with very gentle acupuncture and acupressure for the treatment of chronic painful conditions as well as recurrent upper respiratory conditions, digestive complaints and chronic headaches.

Services include:

Homeopathic consultations, TCM Acupuncture, Auricular Acupuncture and Acupressure

Integrative medicine consultations followed by detailed individualized therapeutic plans which may include:

  • Detox plan suggestions if and when required to facilitate a better response to the designated treatment
  • Prescription of laboratory tests
  • Prescription of individualized homeopathic and or herbal remedies
    dietary advices
  • Prescription of nutritional supplements
  • Suggestions of lifestyle modifications including teaching of various relaxation techniques

Acupuncture treatments: each session is individualized to the specific requirements of the patient. A combination of the following techniques may be offered:

  • Traditional Chinese Acupuncture
  • Ear Acupuncture
  • Scalp Acupuncture
  • Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture
  • Electro Acupuncture
  • Pediatric Acupuncture
  • Acupressure

Mr Dominic Cheetham

Job Title:
 Consultant
Specialisations:
 Chiropractic
Languages:
 English
Biography:

Dominic qualified from the Anglo European College of Chiropractic in 1989 and partnered a London practice until 1993. He started his own practice in 1995. Dominic is a full member of the General Chiropractic Council, the College of Chiropractors and the British Chiropractic Association.

He is also a professional member of the National Back Pain Association. He was elected an Examiner for the General Chiropractic Council in 2000.
In June 2001 Dominic opened the Wilbraham Place Practice, now a well established multi-disciplinary medical practice minutes from London’s Sloane Square and has integrated his practice with many of London’s leading specialists in their respective fields

Dr John Cutting

Job Title:
 Consultant
Specialisations:
 Psychiatry
Languages:
 English
Biography:

Considerable experience in various medico/legal issues for 25 years particularly:

  • Litigation concerning Psychiatric consequences of accident, employment stress and physical disease
  • Litigation concerning Psychiatric management and diagnosis

Expertise on the presence of post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, anxiety and alcoholism

Dr Suzi Doyle

Job Title:
 Consultant
Specialisations:
 Psychology
Languages:
 English
Biography:

Dr. Suzi Doyle is a chartered counselling psychologist with the British Psychological Society, a registered psychotherapist with the UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) and a registered psychologist with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).  Alongside her private practice, she has worked within the NHS with patients experiencing a variety of difficulties (anxiety disorders, depression, trauma, work-related stress, low self-esteem and relationship difficulties).  In addition, she has specific training and experience in the treatment of eating disorders, having worked within an NHS inpatient eating disorders service and collaborated within related research projects.

As an integrative psychological therapist, Dr. Doyle draws on her knowledge and understanding of the major therapeutic approaches to deliver a tailored therapy which takes into account the presenting issues, personality and goals of the individual client.  Modalities include cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT), person-centred (or humanistic) psychotherapy, psychodynamic psychotherapy, eye movement desensensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, cognitive remediation therapy and motivational interviewing.

Patient Groups: 

Adults Age 18+ and Adolescents Age 15 -17

Mrs Penny Forster

Job Title:
 Consultant
Specialisations:
 Psychotherapy
Languages:
 English
Biography:

Penny is a senior psychotherapist specialising in the treatment of eating disorders, and the people she treats usually have co-existing conditions such as depression, anxiety disorders or obsessive compulsive disorder. She has built up over 12,000 hours of supervised clinical practice over 20 years, exclusively seeing people with all types of eating disorder.

Her original training was in integrative psychotherapy at Roehampton Institute (University of Surrey), and she went on to train more extensively in attachment-based psychodynamic therapy. She incorporates other approaches and interventions where they have been empirically demonstrated to be of use for people with eating disorders. Although everyone she sees has some form of eating disorder, she recognises that underneath the exhausting and punitive preoccupation with food, exercise and body image they are still very much their own person with their own history and character. She never forgets this. She uses her gift of holding and containing the painful and intimate issues brought by her patients, allowing a safe place for them to be explored.

Penny worked as an independent psychotherapist with the Eating Disorder Unit at the Priory Hospital Roehampton for many years, seeing individual patients and running groups as part of their extensive therapy programme. Whilst there she was offered the post of EDU Consultant Psychotherapist but turned it down, preferring to remain working independently. She helped set up the Eating Disorders Unit at The Priory Hospital Brighton and Hove, supervising the team and running a psychotherapy group. She now sees individual patients in private practice at Wilbraham Place with her colleagues as a partner with the Chelsea and Harley Street Eating Disorder Service, and also runs a weekly support group for patients who are on the road to recovery.

Mr Dan Hughes

Job Title:
 Consultant
Specialisations:
 Chiropractic
Languages:
 English
Biography:

Daniel Hughes qualified from the Anglo European College of Chiropractic and is registered with both the GCC and BCA.
His treatments focus on the presenting complaints whilst also assessing and correcting any hidden biomechanical and postural faults (spinal or extremities).

As a keen sportsman, Dan is interested in correction and prevention of sporting injuries and experienced in treating lower extremities sprains/strains. Outside work, Dan enjoys keeping fit through jogging, football, windsurfing, mountain biking and attends the gym regularly.

Dr Adrienne Key

Job Title:
 Consultant
Specialisations:
 Psychiatry
Languages:
 English
Biography:

Dr. Key completed her higher training in psychiatry at St George’s Hospital medical school in London before developing an interest in eating disorders. The internationally renowned St Georges Eating Disorder Service, originally set up by Professor Arthur Crisp, provided a rich academic and clinical environment for her to train in both adult and child & adolescent eating disorders under Professor Hubert Lacey and Professor Bryan Lask. She became Senior Lecturer at the medical school and Consultant Psychiatrist within the service for several years publishing widely on a number of subjects including body image treatment and the impact of anorexia nervosa on fertility and brain function.

In 2005 she left the NHS to transition into private practice and become the lead consultant at the Priory Roehampton eating disorder service and then Medical Director for Eating Disorders to the Priory Group. Over the last 10 years she has been a very active member of the Royal college of Psychiatrists eating disorder group, helping establish the speciality in terms of training standards, resources and treatment guidelines, firstly as secretary to the Special Interest Group and then as a member of the executive committee to the Eating Disorder Section. She has continued to act as medical advisor to a number of organisations including giving evidence to the All Party Parliamentary group on Body Image, as a panel member to the Model Health Inquiry (MHI) and as an expert opinion within the media.

Her passion has always been working as a clinician and since 2013 Dr Key has focused on developing an independent highly specialist outpatient service with a small group of experienced expert clinicians in London. She has formed the Chelsea and Harley Street Eating Disorder Service, a partnership designed to deliver integrated treatments from a multidisciplinary team covering emotional, physical and nutritional needs of people with eating and body image difficulties. They offer a comprehensive service working with individuals and families to facilitate change, development and recovery.

Dr Tina Grigoriou

Job Title:
 Consultant
Specialisations:
 Psychology
Languages:
 English
Biography:
Tina Grigoriou is a chartered counselling psychologist with the British Psychological Society. She has worked in the NHS with patients presenting moderate to severe difficulties (i.e. anxiety, depression, obsessive compulsive disorder, sexual dysfunctions and difficulties, post traumatic stress disorder, borderline personality disorder, sexual abuse, eating disorders, panic attacks, etc). Special interests are working with depression, anxiety disorders, low self-esteem, trauma, work-related stress and relationship difficulties.

Dr Grigoriou is trained to practice in cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT), dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT),mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, schema-focused therapy (schema therapy), person-centred (or humanistic) psychotherapy, eye movement desensensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) and psychodynamic psychotherapy. The choice of therapeutic modality she employs is determined by evidence-based practice guidelines, the results of the initial assessment and the patient’s goals for therapy.

Mr Dan Kalincevic

Job Title:
 Consultant
Specialisations:
 Hypnotherapy
Languages:
 English
Biography:

Dan has worked in private practice for 10 years including providing clinical services to The Priory Roehampton, The Chelsea Club and at his private consultancy rooms in Chelsea.

Founder Member of British Association of Medical Hypnotherapy, Member of British Society of Clinical Hypnosis.

His main areas of interest are IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome), PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), anxiety and depressive disorders, phobias, insomnia and addictions. Dan has helped establish a charity, The Mind & Body Foundation, aimed at improving access to hypnotherapy services for people on low incomes who are living with mental health problems, especially trauma, and life threatening illnesses. Dan has fundraised by running in the New York Marathon and staging fundraising events around London.

Dr Tariq Khan

Job Title:
 Podiatrist
Specialisations:
 Chiropody (Podiatry)
Languages:
 English
Biography:

Graduated as a podiatrist in 1993, and registered with the Health Care Professions Council. He went on to complete a BSc Hons in Podiatric studies (1994) and then undertook a Doctoral Research (PhD) on Phytochemical, Biological and Clinical evaluation of Thuja occidentalis on Verruca pedis at the University of London, completed in 2004. In 2009 he became a fellow of the Faculty of Homoeopathy and in 2012 was made a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow.

Currently Dr Khan is the Consultant Podiatrist and Director of the Marigold Clinic, Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine. This Department of Podiatry is the only department globally providing integrated treatment for podiatric related conditions. He practices as a Conventional Podiatrist with a special interest in integrated medicine. Dr Khan uses the Marigold Therapy treatment for some podiatric conditions, which was developed and pioneered by his late father. The therapy is based on extracts of the Marigold Tagetes family, and is used on a topical basis.

He currently holds the post of Consultant Podiatrist at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Sick Children, in the Department of Epidermolysis Bullosa. Epidermolysis Bullosa is a genetic condition, which concerns the fragility of the skin.

He is an honorary research fellow in dermatology at the Department of Dermatology at Barts Health NHS Trust, specialising in the treatment of recalcitrant viral warts and verruca pedis.

Dr Khan was a runner up in the Acorn award for integrated care NHS Alliance 2004, ‘Integrated homeopathic podiatry footcare service Barking and Dagenham PCT’.

Dr Khan currently holds the academic appointments of Clinical Professor (Adjunct) in the Departments of Podiatric medicine and Orthopaedics, Temple University, Philadelphia, and Senior lecturer in Dermatology, St George’s Hospital, University of New South Wales, Australia.

His current areas of research include the integrated management of warts and verruca pedis, plantar fasciitis, hallux valgus (bunion), epidermolysis bullosa, and wound healing.

Mr Richard Misselbrook

Job Title:
 Physiotherapist
Specialisations:
 Physiotherapy
Languages:
 English
Biography:
 

Richard graduated as a Physiotherapist from Brunel University in 1999, prior to that he completed a degree in Sports Science.

Richard has attained a valuable five years experience working in university teaching hospitals, after which he specialised in neuro-musculoskeletal physiotherapy. He is an accomplished physiotherapist who in his career has worked with, amongst others, athletes, footballers and ballet dancers. He is a trained Pilates Instructor and a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.

He is also registered with the Health Professions Council.

Mr Thomas Midgley

Job Title:
 Consultant
Specialisations:
 Dietetics (Nutrition), Psychotherapy
Languages:
 English
Biography:

Thomas is both a registered Dietitian as well as a registered Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapist. He is one of only a few clinician’s to be recognised by private health insurance companies as well as national health services in both the fields of psychology/psychotherapy and nutrition and dietetics.
Having first studied Psychology and Nutrition, then Applied Nutrition and Dietetics at the University of Wales Institute Cardiff, he later completed his PGDip in Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy at Royal Holloway University, London.

Thomas is a registered dietitian with the Health Professional’s Council, the gold standard for nutrition and clinical nutritional advice, as well as the British Dietetics Association (BDA) and the London Eating Disorders Dietitian’s Group. He is also registered as a Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapist with the British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapists (BABCP), the gold standard in the psychological treatment of CBT.
He has worked as a dietitian in a wide variety of areas in medicine as well as a psychotherapist in most areas of mental health. Since 2005, Thomas has developed a special interest in the treatment of eating disorders and disordered eating in both adolescents and adults, completing The National Centre for Eating Disorders Practitioner skills diploma in 2006.

The most common diseases and disorders he works with include; anorexia, bulimia, binge-eating, obesity, diabetes, gastro-intestinal disorders, low self-esteem, personality disorder, depression, anxiety, OCD, abuse and trauma.
Thomas is accredited In Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT) as well as having additional training as a Compassion Focused Therapy practitioner (CFT). The former is a mindfulness based therapy originally aimed at treating personality disorders and impulsive behaviours. The latter being a therapeutic and lifestyle model particularly helpful in treating disorders with high levels of shame and managing ones internal critic.

Having dual qualifications enables him to work insightfully and effectively as a psychotherapist alongside medical and dietetic clinician’s, or as a dietitian alongside medical and psychological clinicians. In some cases he will work as both a dietitian and psychotherapist if all parties involved understand and consent to this practice.

Dr Alexandre Nairi

Job Title:
 Doctor
Specialisations:
 General Practice
Languages:
 English, French
Biography:

A graduate from Paris Faculty of Medicine (GP and internal medicine), Dr Nairi has been practising since 1977 in both the NHS and private sectors. He joined Wilbraham Place Practice in 2012.

Dr Nairi offers consultations and home visits for adults and children.

He has a special interest in anti-aging medicine and regularly attends international seminars of the World Society of Anti-Aging Medicine. Other services include ECGand ear syringing.

Mrs Florence Pasteur

Job Title:
 Consultant
Specialisations:
 Osteopathy
Languages:
 English, French
Biography:
Florence is qualified as an Osteopath and a Sophrologist. Over the years, not only has she built a strong experience in her domain but she has also gained patients’ trust and support from her fellow professional partners. Florence focuses on the management of body stress using osteopathy and the caycedian method, two sciences at the service of your well-being; optimising your body’s functioning and self regulation, by discovering the keys to unleash your full potential in life.

Miss Marianne Potgieter

Job Title:
 Practice Therapist
Specialisations:
 Massage Therapy
Languages:
 English, Afrikaans
Biography:

Marianne Potgieter trained and qualified as a Reflexologist at the London School of Reflexology in 2008. With an extensive career in healthcare services and management thereof, Marianne understands the importance of a patient centric approach.

By incorporating various techniques and having a compassionate understanding of your needs, she is able to demonstrate the positive effects Reflexology can provide for you on an individual basis.

Marianne is qualified in the following areas:

  • Traditional Reflexology techniques for hands and feet
  • Hot stone Reflexology: Warmed stones are used to massage the legs and feet with small stones being used on pressure points (feet)
  • Orthopaedic Reflexology which focuses on the lower legs

Marianne is registered with the UK regulating body of Reflexology, the Association of Reflexologists (AOR), and is also a member of the Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC).  Marianne continues her professional development by attending accredited seminars on a regular basis.

Dr Janet Ross

Job Title:
 Dermatologist
Specialisations:
 Dermatology
Languages:
 English
Biography:

With her training in general and paediatric medicine and over 20 years experience in dermatology Dr Ross appreciates the value of working with patients to optimise treatment not only of their dermatology problems but also general health.
Her practice has evolved through listening to patients and working alongside colleagues to provide integrated medical and dermatological care.

She qualified from Guy’s Hospital and trained in dermatology at St John’s Institute of Dermatology, St Thomas’ Hospital and Chelsea and Westminster Hospital. She has been a consultant dermatologist since 1995. She is a NHS consultant working at University Hospital Lewisham and an honorary consultant at St John’s Institute of Dermatology, St Thomas Hospital London.

Privately she works from The Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth in St Johns Wood and Wilbraham Place Practice off Sloane Street.

Over time she has developed a personalised approach to dermatology aiming to treat patients as gently and as safely as possible.

Services offered include:

  • General Dermatology including: acne, rosacea, eczema, psoriasis, warts

  • Paediatric Dermatology in particular eczema

  • Skin cancer screening including mole check

  • Skin cancer surgery

  • Removal of benign lesions, moles, skin tags, seborrhoeic keratoses

  • Treatment of skin blemishes, sun spots


Dr Barbara Rooney

Job Title:
 Consultant
Specialisations:
 Psychiatry
Languages:
 English
Biography:
Consultant Psychiatrist at Priory Hospital Roehampton General psychiatry. An expert in eating disorders, Dr. Rooney works with a team of dieticians, nutritionists and psychotherapists (for therapies like cognitive behavioural therapy and psychodynamic psychotherapy), to offer the individual the best treatment.

Mrs Vicky Roberts

Job Title:
 Physiotherapist
Languages:
 English
Biography:

Chartered Physiotherapist experienced in all areas of musculoskeletal injury and dysfunction. Special interests include ergonomics and sports injuries. Qualified acupuncturist and Bowen technique therapist. One of the UK’s leading exponents of The Sarah Key Method used in the treatment of back pain.

Vicky was one of the first graduates from ‘Sarah Key’s Problem Back Masterclasses’ and now helps run these courses herself.

Vicky is also a qualified Buteyko Breathing Technique therapist;  two words ‘breathe correctly’ sum up the essence of Buteyko.  The exercises promote nose-breathing and taking in an effective amount of air.

Buteyko can help with:

  • Reducing how often you feel breathless
  • Breathing through your nose
  • Controlling asthma attacks
  • Stopping coughing
  • Clearing sinusitis and rhinitis
  • Stopping panic attacks
  • Reducing snoring
  • Sleeping better
  • Reducing hay fever

Dr Marie Helene Marion

Job Title:
 Consultant
Languages:
 English, French
Biography:

Consultant Neurologist

Dr Marie-Helene Marion is a consultant neurologist, who specialises in the treatment of movement disorders such as blepharospasm, cervical dystonia, head tremor and  hemifacial spasm.

Dr Marion also provides treatment of facial palsy (Bell’s palsy), chronic migraine and excessive sweating ( armpits, hands and face). She performed EMG guided injections for the treatment of antecollis (neck flexion dystonia) and spasmodic dysphonia in joint clinic with an ENT specialist. Dr Marion is a the chair of the British Neurotoxin Network ( ), which gathered UK clinicians in the treatment of neurological conditions and a medical advisor for the UK Dystonia society.

Miss Maxine Hamilton Stubber

Job Title:
 Consultant
Specialisations:
 Osteopathy
Languages:
 English
Biography:

Maxine Hamilton Stubber is passionate about integrated health and well being. Osteopathy is a natural way to help relieve many conditions including back and neck pain, arthritic pain, stress and posture related conditions and any muscle or joint aches or strains. Treatment is suitable for all, from babies and children, to the elderly, for people needing rehabilitation and those with either active or desk bound occupations.

Osteopathy is a system of healthcare that recognises each person as an individual and is complementary to conventional medicine. Using a highly developed sense of touch, recognising the link between the structure of the human body and its integrated functions, osteopaths identify problem areas of the body.  Utilising gentle stretching and mobilisation techniques as well as joint manipulation, the osteopath works with the body to create the right conditions for healing.

She is one of London’s leading Osteopaths. In addition to her BSc (Hons) in Osteopathy, Maxine has completed postgraduate modules in Neuro-Anatomy, obstetrics, advanced integrated systems and psychotherapy.

Maxine is also currently hosting one hour Osho meditations – combining meditation with nutrition.  For more information please follow this link: 

Dr Nathan Anthony

Job Title:
 Consultant
Specialisations:
 Psychiatry
Languages:
 English
Biography:
Dr. Anthony graduated from Guys and St Thomas’ medical schools and undertook his Psychiatric training in London. Dr. Anthony has held several consultant posts in the NHS before concentrating on private practice. Dr. Anthony has wide experience in psychiatry with sub specialisms in eating disorders, addictions and cognitive analytic therapy. Dr Anthony holds clinics in St. Johns’ wood, London Bridge, Wilbraham Place Practice and admits patients to the Priory Hayes Grove and Priory north London

Dr Natasha Bijlani

Job Title:
 Consultant
Specialisations:
 Psychiatry
Languages:
 English
Biography:
Dr. Bijlani is a staff consultant at The Priory Hospital Roehampton.  She is a graduate of St. Bartholomew’s Hospital, London and she commenced her psychiatric training there before continuing further training at St. George’s Hospital as a Specialist Registrar (SpR).  Dr. Bijlani is experienced in General Adult Psychiatry and can treat a range of psychological problems including stress/anxiety disorders, depressive illnesses, addictions and relationship issues as well as bipolar disorder and psychoses. She has a special interest in women’s mental health but is equally competent with psychiatric problems in men.

Her SpR training included year long attachments with the Eating Disorders Unit at St. George’s and the Women’s Service at Springfield University Hospital. Dr Bijlani also has a keen interest in the media. At medical school, she was the editor of The Bart’s Journal for three years during which time she interviewed personalities such as Princess Anne, the Duke of Gloucester and Anthony Clare, who was professor of psychiatry at the time.

She has written articles on a range of psychological issues for various women’s magazines in the UK and India, been a guest on BBC Radio 4’s Women’s Hour as well as LBC News Radio’s Nick Ferrari Breakfast Show and has also been interviewed by journalists for leading UK newspapers and magazines in recent months.

She has been an executive committee member of the Women in Psychiatry Special Interest Group (WIPSIG), which is part of The Royal College of Psychiatrists, and has also been co-editor of their Newsletter for six years. Consultations with Dr Bijlani are available at The Priory Hospital Roehampton as well as Wilbraham Place.

Mrs Kassandra Darili

Job Title:
 Consultant
Specialisations:
 Psychotherapy
Languages:
 English, Greek
Biography:

Clinical and Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist

Kassandra is a University of London trained Psychologist wit a BSc (Psychology) from Goldsmiths College, an MSc (Child Psychology and Development) from the institute of Education and a Diploma (Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy) from UCL Medical School.

Kassandra is accredited since 2002 by the British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapists (BABCP). She has worked for a number of years in the Priory Hospital Roehampton, treating a wide variety of mental health problems, using predominantly Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.

Through her experience she has also gained unique knowledge in Eating Disorders, and to that end she has worked in Heatherwood Hospital, NHS Ascot in the Eating Disorder Unit as a CBT Therapist.  She has pursued her interest in working with patients suffering from eating disorders and especially Bulimia, Anorexia and binge eating as well as Atypical eating problems.

Equally important is her work in treating Post Natal Depression as this is an area she is particularly interested in, during the past 10 years, and has been dedicating a lot of her time.  In her practice she uses leading edge techniques such as Mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment therapy, relational framing therapy (RFT) as well as Schema therapy.

Other mental health issues Kassandra treats:

  • Adult Mental Health Care
  • Anxiety/Panic
  • Child or Adolescent Mental Health Care
  • Depression
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorders
  • Personality Disorders
  • Relationships
  • Sexual Abuse
  • Somatoform Disorders/Hypochondriasis
  • TraumaPatient Groups: Adolescents Age 13-17, Adults Age 18+

Miss Anne De Montarlot

Job Title:
 Consultant
Specialisations:
 Psychotherapy
Languages:
 English, French
Biography:
Anne is currently a Psychotherapist in London working primarily with multicultural patients covering various  issues ranging from anxiety, depression and relationships dilemmas amongst others.

Throughout the years she has had a special interest in conflict and its manifestation in a couple dynamic where it can be a transforming experience. She has created Seminars for fellow therapists on Conflict Management and Couple Therapy on how to become Conflict Competent.

She also lectures at the New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling –NSPC

Student Orientation and Career Development.

Anne is a certified practitioner of the MBTI questionnaire, the world’s most popular personality assessment tool. It will help you to:

  • Gain insights to help you find your passion.
  • Help you get a compass towards what kind of Academic path is most suited.
  • Choose the right career or career options based on your personality preferences. Identifying what fields fit you best.
  • Deepen your knowledge on your work style. Identifying the role/tasks which bring the best out of you.

Mrs Holli Rubin

Job Title:
 Consultant
Specialisations:
 Psychology
Languages:
 English
Biography:

Holli’s reputation as a prominent body-image specialist has led to her being invited to work with Susie Orbach on Anybody and Endangered Bodies. These initiatives raise awareness of body image and provide a platform for girls to begin to understand their relationship with their own bodies and to ultimately live comfortably in them. Holli contributes to several government projects including the All-Party Parliamentary Group campaign on Body Image.  Her insight and experience is helping drive change at a national level so that body image education becomes part of a bigger conversation.  In addition, alongside Susie Orbach, she continues to engage Government in the idea that early intervention is essential in order for body image problems to cease endangering the lives of boys and girls.

A working mother of 3, Holli fully understands the complexities, expectations and anxieties that often accompany 21st Century London life.  Her combination of compassion, understanding and experience enable her to make a positive difference in the lives of her clients.

Holli has been working as a Counsellor/Psychotherapist for individuals, couples and families for over 20 years.  Since 2001 she has been practicing in London, first at The Birth Company on Harley Street and more recently as part of a multi-disciplinary team of specialists at The Natural Natal Center at Fulham Osteopaths.

Her interest in how physical change affects how people feel about themselves has been a constant source of curiosity throughout her life.  As a teenager, she witnessed the impact of physical changes caused by cancer treatment on the emotional well-being of a close family member.  From then on she became acutely aware of how external changes impact the internal self.

Whether it be a physical part of yourself that you don’t like or a physical change brought upon you by accident, scarring, burns, pregnancy or aging, Holli is helping people overcome the limits and challenges that prevent them from living their lives fully.

She regularly delivers talks about fertility and pregnancy, body image issues, and general family and parenting topics.

Born and raised in Canada, Holli earned a BA in Psychology from McGill University, and an MSW in Counselling and Psychotherapy from New York University.  Her International experience allows her to be sensitive to cultural aspects of living in a different country.  Holli continues her training at both the Tavistock and Metanoia Institutes in London.  She is a member of The British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), United Kingdom Association of Humanistic Psychology Practitioners (UKAHPP) and United Kingdom Association of Integrative Psychotherapy (UKAPI).

Mrs Jane Thompson

Job Title:
 Dietician
Specialisations:
 Dietetics (Nutrition)
Languages:
 English
Biography:

In 1984, after qualifying in Edinburgh as a Registered Dietitian, Jane worked at The Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel. During the early years of her career she gained experience in many areas of clinical dietetics.

It was in 1992 when she moved to Surrey with her family that her interest in the treatment of eating disorders and obesity began. Working in the NHS she helped develop local specialist services for children & adults suffering from a wide range of eating disorders helping to ensure dietetics was seen as an essential part of the multidisciplinary team.

In 2009 she joined the team at The Priory Hospital in Brighton where she played a key role in setting up and running their small unit, dedicated to the treatment of eating disorders. Jane went on to join the team at The Priory Hospital Roehampton where she continued to build on her experience – supporting clients and their families as they seek help with the nutritional aspects of recovery from their eating disorder.

Jane is a member of the British Dietetic Association & is registered with the Health & Care Professions Council.

Professional Qualifications

BSc Nutrition & Dietetics, Advanced Diploma in the Behavioural Management of Adult Obesity

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