Dr Aisan Ghaemian
CPsychol, BABCP, Doctorate in Psychology
I have 10 years of clinical experience in the adult mental health services, including the primary care within the National Health Service (NHS) of the United Kingdom, England; and the private sector. I provide online therapy and face to face psychotherapy and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) within the long-term and short-term capacity. In addition, therapy could be provided in the following languages: Turkish, Azerbaijani and Farsi.
As a Chartered Psychologist and Psychotherapist, I have experience working with couples, adults and adolescences. As a member of the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP), I adhere to good practice ethical guidelines in my clinical practice, which covers providing unbiased, safe and respectful space for clients.
I have achieved my PhD in the field of Health Psychology. My research was focused on exploring factors that could contribute to having a better quality of life for people with neurological chronic conditions, specifically, epilepsy. My clinical experience has also been focused on supporting people suffering from depression, anxiety in the context of long-term chronic conditions.
I have broad experience in providing specialist initial diagnostic assessment and psychological formulation, based on theoretical approaches. This assessment will be gathered collaboratively to the client’s specific difficulties in line with The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) guidelines. As part of my career, I have been taking scientist therapist approach, I have been publishing a couple of journal articles which keeps me updated to follow the latest research to consistently update my practice.
What areas do I give a therapy ?
I am specialized in psychological treatments for presenting problems such as:
- Trauma and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Anxiety Disorders such as OCD, General Anxiety Disorder, Health Anxiety
- Social Phobia, Panic & Agoraphobia, Body Dysmorphic Disorder
- Eating problems such as binge eating and bulimia
- Self-harm, Addictions and other compulsive behaviours
- General life Stress and difficulty in personal professional development and self-esteem
- Stress & Resilience
- Sleep disorder
How long does therapy last?
Therapy duration depends on individual requirements, and could vary person to person. Therapy is more about what you are struggling with, and where you want to get to. Some people can get back on track with a couple of sessions, whereas others may need longer term treatment. In the initial assessment I can give you a clearer sense of how long we will work collaboratively toward your goals. This will be depend on our regular review and your progress. My aim is to empower you with the understanding and tools to become your own therapist and be able to manage your setbacks.