Where can I get psychological support in Enfield?
Getting psychological support in north London
The NHS is at breaking point and, quite often, individuals with mental health issues go to their GP in order to psychological support only to be put on a long waiting list or given anti-depressant medication. In fact, depression is so common in this day and age – due to the stresses on modern-day life – that GPs don’t know what to do. And, people go to their GP with other psychological problems like stress, sleeping problems, phobic anxiety, panic attacks, ME, irritable bowel syndrome and the list goes on…
A practice in Enfield
David Kraft is an experienced psychotherapist based in Harley Street in the west end. David set up a practice in Enfield Town so that people who could not afford Harley Street prices could still see him for psychotherapy. David uses a combination of psychotherapy, counselling and hypnotherapy. What he found was a NHS system which was at breaking point. People were unable to get psychological intervention, and, even if they did, they were offered 6 sessions of CBT, and this was, in many cases, not the right therapy for them.
David’s practice is just down the road from Enfield Town overground station. In fact the nearest stops are Southbury or Bush Hill Park. If you drive, you can park in Lincoln Road and the clinic is just off the Cambridge Road (the A10). Mondays to Fridays, from 8:30am to 6pm, there is a concierge on the door. There is also wheelchair access and a lift.
How to book?
Simply telephone 0207 467 8564 for an appointment. One used to have to go through one’s GP; however, nowadays, you can book a session directly. David also has a work mobile which is 07946 579645. Alternatively, you can e-mail David secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org.
David Kraft is a UKCP registered psychotherapist and hypnotherapist. He works with the full range of psychological problems. His caring approach to psychotherapy is unique and he has helped a huge number of people with psychological problems over the years.
10 Harley Street, London, W1G 9PF