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. These difficulties can include: 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.
When one engages in a psychological therapy, one undertakes a process of change, which can be challenging and requires a close cooperation with the therapist. It is therefore essential that you find someone you trust and feel comfortable with, to engage in this journey together.
Margot is an experienced and highly skilled Clinical Psychologist. She offers a caring, confidential, and collaborative environment. This environment allows you to feel safe in revealing and tackling the experiences, thoughts, and feelings that have led to stress and difficulties in your life.
Margot obtained her Bachelor (BA) and Master (MA) degrees at University of Lyon II and completed a University Degree in Clinical Criminology at University of Lyon I (France). She has experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and families, both individually and in groups. She has also worked in a wide range of settings: primary and secondary school, alcoholism and addiction institutions, psychotherapeutic nursing homes, prisons, and private clinics. Alongside her private practice, she works part-time in a specialist school for children and young people with a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). She offers therapy in both French and English.
Margot’s approach is integrative and developed according to your needs. Her approach draws on a range of theories and techniques including psychodynamic (psychoanalytic) therapy, play therapy, narrative therapy, person-centred therapy, solution focused therapy, cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) and dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT). She also provides Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders (ADHD) screenings for children, adolescents and adults, working in close collaboration with Consultant Psychiatrists at the Surrey Healthcare Clinic.
Margot is registered as a Clinical Psychologist with the Health Care Professions Council (HCPC) – registration number: PYL35293. The HCPC regulates healthcare professionals in order to protect the public. Only professionals who meet their standards for training, professional skills, behaviour, and health are registered and allowed to use the protected title “Clinical Psychologist”.
Fees and Cancellations
- Initial consultation/Assessment (up to 60-minute session): £100
- Treatment consultation (50-minute session): £100
- Reduced fee for students and individuals who receive state benefits: £75
- Couple/Familial initial consultation/Assessment (up to 90-minute session): £150
- Couple/Familial consultation (50-minute session): £120
- Written Reports: available upon request and charged separately
- Payment: is due by cash or cheque at the end of each session, or via bank transfer prior to each session.
Margot is availabe at Brighter Spaces on Sundays.
Vitality Health, Aviva, and AXA PPP
Appointments missed without 48 hours notice will incur the full session fee.