Dr Ann Fitzgerald

Dr Fitzgerald is an experienced mental health clinician (NHS and private practice) working with
individuals, couples and families. People seek psychological help when experiencing emotional
difficulties, with distressing psychological and physical symptoms, contributing to behavioural and
relationship problems. She specifically works with anxiety, depression and emotional dysregulation
which could manifest as self-harm, chaotic or avoidant lifestyles, poor functioning, substance misuse,
anger issues and challenging behaviours.

Margot Heurtematte

Margot is currently on maternity leave:
Margot believes that given the right conditions and support, everybody can access and utilise their own internal resources to deal with psychological, emotional or behavioural difficulties. She is a Registered Clinical Psychologist, French-qualified, who works with children, young people and their families, adults, and couples dealing with a range of difficulties, including: ASD, ADHD, anxiety, low mood, depression, trauma, school/work-related issues, peer relationship difficulties, difficulties associated with parenting, family/couple life, challenging behaviours, and emotional regulation difficulties, including addictions self-harm and eating disorders.

Dr Jenny Draisey

Jenny specialises in assessing and treating young people aged 5 to 18 presenting with a range of mental health difficulties; specifically, anxiety disorders, obsessive compulsive disorder, depression and self-harm. She also offers assessment and treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder, sleep difficulties, and anger and oppositional difficulties.

Dr Levent Yurdakul

Dr Levent Yurdakul pays particular attention to the details of client’s lives, their unique history and how they tell their story. Such information often provides the opportunities for  beginning to make positive changes. His style of work can be described as collaborative, empathic and focused.He works with clients across the lifespan (older children, teenagers and adults), supporting them to develop effective coping and emotional resilience. The difficulties can be common mental health issues such as anxiety, stress and low mood through to more complex difficulties such as recurrent depressions, Bipolar II Disorder, trauma, emotional instability or chronic physical illness.