Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
Mindfulness Therapy
Talking Therapy

How can we help you?

Our life every day is about making choices, yet sometimes those choices can overwhelm us and seem beyond our control. Believing we have made the wrong choice often seems confusing, leaving us with nowhere to turn and nobody we feel we can talk to


Dr. May and the team can help you change your life for the better, by empowering you to break the negative cycles and reinforce the positive ones.

Our thoughts create feelings that create behaviour that reinforces our thoughts Greenwich Psychology Services
Couples Therapy

Overcome relationship distress, gain a better understanding of each other and learn how to communicate productively. Individual and joint sessions structured to improve and enrich your relationship.

Individual Therapy

Free yourself from negative behavioural patterns through a course of 6–12 face-to-face sessions, built around highly effective Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Mindfulness techniques.

Two Step Therapy

Learn practical skills to help you tackle problems, take back control and lead a better life, in just two targeted face-to-face sessions with no long-term commitment.

Therapists Profiles

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Come join our team

We are looking for Psychologists, Psychotherapists and Psychiatrists who would like to join our team in a growing private practice in Greenwich



We are also available for private, talking therapy sessions at our clinic in Canada Water

Mindful Psychology Clinic  Greenwich Psychology Services

Mindful Psychology Clinic can help you by using short term (6-8 weeks) therapy and you will be able to ...

  • Make a choice to take back control of your life, before worry and negativity become entrenched in your consciousness

  • Learn a few simple tools to help you cope

  • Regain control of your feelings

  • Live your daily life to the full and recognising that you have a choice to learn how to help yourself with therapy