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Dr Charlotte Ord

Counselling Psychologist
Dr Charlotte Ord is a Counselling Psychologist specialising in challenges around body image, weight, eating and LGBT+ issues. She works with adults and young people over the age of 16. She has extensive experience of working in the field of health and fitness and offers a safe, supportive and confidential space for you to explore the difficulties you are facing. Charlotte understands that it can be tough to talk about personal thoughts and feelings and recognises the importance of developing a strong therapeutic relationship to help you move forward more happily. Charlotte believes that there is no one psychological approach that suits everyone, and draws on a range of psychological concepts and psychotherapeutic techniques to find the approach that works best for you. She is trained and experienced in cognitive-behavioural, psychodynamic, existential and humanistic approaches, and considers the therapeutic process to be a collaborative effort in which you work together as a team.

Louise Deacon

Clinical Psychologist
Louise is a Clinical Psychologist with 30 years of experience in helping people improve their mental health and wellbeing. She specialises in seeing individual adults (from age 18 and no upper age limit) with common mental health problems, such as anxiety and depression. Over her many years of practice, she has gained a good depth of knowledge with a wide number of issues. Her approach is to only use psychological therapies that have been proven to work. She believes that as well providing a warm and supportive relationship, effective therapy requires the use of active, evidence-based techniques. She provides appointments either online or in person in central Guildford.

Dr Pallavi Bujarbaruah

Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist
Dr Bujarbaruah is a compassionate and highly qualified Consultant Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist. She has extensive experience in following a holistic approach to care. This approach looks after the mental health and emotional well being of children, young people, and their families. Her caring and empathic nature and her excellent interpersonal skills assist in building rapport and ensuring a solid, trusting therapeutic relationship with children, young people, and their families and carers. Dr Bujarbaruah assesses, diagnoses, and treats a wide range of mental health and psychiatric disorders and conditions.

Margot Heurtematte

Clinical Psychologist
Margot is a Clinical Psychologist, French-qualified, who works with children, young people, adults, parents, and families. She specialises in offering individual and group psychological therapy to people struggling with difficulties associated with trauma, attachment, anxiety, depression, emotional dysregulation, parenting, and neurodivergence (ASD and ADHD). Based in Guildford (Surrey), she offers a compassionate and collaborative therapeutic space to guide her clients towards healing, self-exploration, and a more fulfilling life.

Dr Jenny Draisey

Clinical Psychologist
Dr Jenny Draisey is a Clinical Psychologist based around Guildford, Surrey who works with children and young people (aged 5-18) and their families. She specialises in assessing and treating young people presenting with a range of mental health difficulties specifically anxiety disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder, depression sleep difficulties, and anger and oppositional difficulties. Jenny believes that young people’s mental health difficulties require a holistic and systemic approach. This approach analyses and treats not only the person themselves but the system and environment that surrounds that person.

Dr Levent Yurdakul

Clinical Psychologist
Dr Levent Yurdakul is a clinical psychologist with over 25 years experience of working in mental health. He practices in Guildford and online to support a nationwide and international client base. He works with clients across the lifespan (13+) supporting individuals, couples and families. Dr Yurdakul provides assessments and psychological therapy for clients presenting with difficulties ranging from common mental health issues such as anxiety, stress and low mood through to more complex difficulties such as recurrent depressions, Bipolar II Disorder, trauma, ADHD, emotional instability, chronic physical illness and cognitive decline. His style of work can be described as collaborative, empathic and focused. His approach utilises Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT), and is also informed by key theoretical concepts from psychodynamic, attachment, humanistic and systemic thinking and neuropsychology/neuroscience research.