Aylin Webb (MBPsS)
Cognitive Behavioral Psychotherapist (BABCP Accredited, PgDip)
EMDR Therapist: EMDR Extra Part 1 & 2
Cognitive Behavioural Couple Therapist
(MSc Forensic Psychology, BSc Psychology
(Hons), Cerificate in Counselling, MBPsS)
Do you suffer from "Anxiety" in certain situations? Or
are you feeling "stressed" or suffering from
a "Low Mood", not feeling like doing anything or
seeing anyone? Or perhaps you have experienced a "traumatic" event or several events, either recently or
in your childhood that may be still affecting you? Do you feel you have "obsessions"? Perhaps your relationship/marriage is going through a tough
I can help you acquire the the skills to
overcome emotional distress, relationship
problems - and feel happier, calmer, more confident and content. It is never too late to discover new perspectives that will help you have a more fulfilling life.
I am a BABCP Accredited CBT
Psychotherapist (please find further information about Cognitive Behavioural Therapy below), Couple Counsellor,
EMDR Therapist and clinical supervisor. I have been providing treatment for clients suffering from Depression, Anxiety, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Panic disorder,
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), childhood trauma, phobias, bereavement, relationship problems as well as complex co-morbid issues.
I also work at The
Priory, specifically with clients suffering from OCD, trauma and
I am passionate about helping people and have been
treating a huge variety of clients. I am happy to cater for anybody in a safe and friendly environment, where together we can explore unhelpful thoughts and feelings in a confidential and
Besides English, I also speak fluent Turkish and
I am also AXA-PPP, Aviva, BUPA, Vitality Health,
Cigna and Nuffield registered.
Behavioural Therapy, also known as CBT, is an active psychotherapy that looks at the way our thoughts and feelings affect the way we behave.
There is a great deal of research evidence to show that
CBT works effectively in treating depression. This research has been carefully reviewed by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE).
NICE provides independent, evidence-based guidance for
the NHS on the most effective ways to treat disease and ill health. CBT is recommended by NICE for the treatment of anxiety disorders.
The number of CBT sessions you need depends on the
difficulty you need help with. Often this will be between five and 20 weekly sessions lasting about 50-60 minutes each. CBT is mainly concerned with how you think and act now.
In the first couple of sessions, we will discuss your
specific difficulties and set goals for you to achieve.
"If you change the
way you look at things, the things you look at change."- Wayne Dyer
Psychologist (MSc Forensic Psychology, BSc Psychology, Certificate in Counselling)
EMDR (Eye Movement
Desensitisation and Reprocessing) EMDR Extra - Part 1 & 2
PgDip Cognitive Behavioural Therapy: University of Hertfordshire
This course has given me a greater depth of insight into the necessary knowledge and attitites to be an open-minded, informed and reflective CBT practitioner with a critical approach to the subject
with relevant theory, models and evidence. The course is in accordance with BABCP guidelines for good practice, and accredited at Level 2 by BABCP.
MSc Forensic Psychology: London Metropolitan University
This course has given me in-depth insights into the latest research in forensic psychology, law enforcement and mental health issues in relation to crime and the law in line with British
Psychological Society standards for Masters Programmes in Forensic Psychology.
BSc Psychology (Hons): The Open University
Hospital, Chelmsford: Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist
Clinic London: CBT Therapist
Whittington Hospital - IAPT Services - London: Trainee CBT Therapist
Brentwood Mind: Trainee CBT Therapist
Andrew's low security Mental Health Hospital (Psyciatric Intensive Care Unit): Honorary Assistant Psychologist