CBT Kent is a psychology service providing one-to-one treatment to people who are experiencing mental health difficulties such as anxiety, depression, trauma and OCD, and who may be feeling overwhelmed or stressed. Specialised in offering a range of psychological therapies such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing (EMDR), Compassion Focussed Therapy (CFT) and Mindfulness.
Therapies CBT Kent Offer
Dr Paulien Gill - Clinical Psychologist
CONSULTANT CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST
Dr Paulien Gill
My name is Paulien and I am an experienced Consultant Clinical Psychologist and CBT therapist, offering a safe and confidential environment in which to overcome psychological difficulties. I provide evidence based treatment for a broad range of mental health conditions, working mainly with adults. In the first session we will talk about your difficulties, your background, and your objectives. Together we can understand where you are and where you'd like to be, and develop your tailored therapy plan. Whether this is your first experience with therapy or a new moment in an ongoing process,
I trust that I will make you feel empowered on your road to good mental health. I provide appointments in Canterbury and online via videolink. I am an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society (BPS) and accredited with the BABCP to deliver high quality CBT. I am also registered with the HCPC. I maintain full indemnity insurance, have current DBS clearance and hold professional recognition with all major health insurances for private referrals.
Over 30 Years Experience
Having worked as a professional Clinical Psychologist in private practice and in the NHS, I have extensive experience providing psychological services to adults with a wide range of severe and enduring mental health issues.
CBT Kent is registered with the British Psychological Society, so you can be confident in the knowledge that I am properly qualified and experienced in the treatment of psychological problems.
Being registered with the Health & Care Professions Council, a regulator that protects the public, means CBT Kent meet all the required standards for training, professional skills, behaviour and health regulations.
Supportive & Empowering
CBT Kent are compassionate, collaborative and supportive and assist our clients to overcome a wide variety of problems, helping them to improve the quality of their lives and fulfil their full potential, both personally and professionally.
What is CBT?
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a type of talking therapy. It focusses on how thoughts, feelings and behaviour are interconnected. It can help you manage your difficulties by changing the way you think and behave, with the aim of reducing psychological distress and enhancing psychological wellbeing. CBT has been demonstrated to help with a wide range of mental health difficulties, like anxiety, depression, OCD and trauma. Although in CBT the emphasis is usually on the present, it can be helpful to also talk about the past to get insight in how your beliefs about yourself and other people developed. In CBT you can learn new coping strategies and skills, which you can practise in between the sessions. You will be able to explore your difficulties in a safe and non-judgmental therapeutic environment.
If you would like to contact me or make an appointment please do get in touch. Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, I am currently only offering remote consultations via a telephone or video call.
Tel: 07908 128128
12-17 Upper Bridge Street
info [at] cbtkent [dot] com (subject: Website%20Contact)