Staple Inn Buildings, High Holborn WC1V 7PZ & Delta House, Borough High Street, SE1 1HR. 07494 503557 info@ppslondon.net Monday to Friday. 9:00 am to 9:00 pm.
4.png
Name-crop.png
Your priority, our focus

Look after your mental health

Looking after your mental health is a priority, don’t let feelings of anxiety and depression have a negative impact on your relationships, work opportunities and overall emotional well-being. Unhelpful coping strategies, thought patterns and maladaptive beliefs can lead to self-destructive behaviours which can have a significant impact on your day to day functioning.

Don’t let unwanted past experiences, relationship difficulties and outdated self-perceptions cloud your here and now interactions. By working through and identifying unhelpful patterns of coping, relating and functioning you can make the changes in your life.

Your past experiences can influence the way you make sense of your world and relationships. The past can leave you with difficult unwanted memories and feelings which you would rather push away and forget. This can have a significant impact on how you cope with stress, adversity and emotionally difficulties.

However, your past does not define who you are now. Don’t let unwanted memories, traumatic events, and outdated relational patterns hold you back. Make changes in the here and now, recognise your blind spots and find more helpful and adaptive coping strategies.

Carl Taylor

Carl Taylor

Chartered Counselling Psychologist
I am a Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) registered Counselling Psychologist and a British Psychological Society (BPS) Chartered Counselling Psychologist and Senior Practitioner Specialising in Psychotherapy.

I am also an accredited clinician in Cognitive Analytic Therapy (registered with Association of Cognitive Analytic Therapy (ACAT) as CAT practitioner and supervisor) and an accredited clinician in Mentalization-Based Therapy (registered as a MBT practitioner with the British Psychoanalytic Council). I am also registered as a Senior Practitioner Specialising in Psychotherapy and an Applied Psychology Practice Supervisor.

I consider myself privileged to have worked within NHS secondary care mental health services, for 14 years, during which time I gained considerable experience working with personality disorders and complex cases, my specialist interest area. Prior to that, I worked as a clinician in university and charitable trust psychotherapy services. Since leaving the NHS, I have continued to work with people who have had long-term difficulties with managing emotional responses and negotiating interpersonal relationships.