Dr Jenny McGillion is a clinical psychologist with more than 15 years experience working
with people with emotional difficulties and psychological problems, both within the NHS
and private sector.
Jenny is a member and Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society (BPS) and is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).  She is also accredited by the British Association of Behavioural & Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) which the ‘gold standard’ accreditation for CBT in the UK.

In addition to her therapy work, Jenny also undertakes assessments for legal purposes and is a member of the UK Register of Expert Witnesses. She is also an experienced clinical supervisor, with many years of experience supervising and training other psychologists and psychotherapists

Jenny has highly specialist expertise in delivering cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT), a therapy that is widely recognised to be effective in treating a range of psychological problems, including those listed here. She is committed to practising an effective therapeutic approach skilfully, and with warmth and compassion.

Jenny has a consulting room in Wimpole Street, central London. She offers daytime appointments during the week. Unfortunately there is currently no evening availability. In addition to traditional face-to-face therapy sessions Jenny also offers telephone sessions and email support.

What is Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)?

CBT is a psychological therapy, based on scientific principles, which research has shown to be effective for a wide range of problems.

CBT is often used in short bursts – typically between 6 and 20 sessions, though more or less may be required depending on the nature and duration of the problem.

CBT focuses on specific goals and provides practical strategies for coping with psychological problems.

CBT teaches people a range of techniques and strategies to overcome problems, with the aim of enabling them to feel skilled and confident managing their difficulties, both in the short and longer term.

CBT often focuses more upon the ‘here and now’ and less on the past compared with some other types of therapy.

The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) has undertaken comprehensive research on CBT and recommends this treatment for a number of psychological difficulties including many of those listed here.

Difficulties CBT can
help you with
Depression and low mood

Anxiety problems such as panic
attacks, social anxiety, shyness
and phobias

Problems relating to stress
and worry

Low confidence and poor

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Eating difficulties such as bulimia
and binge-eating

Problems with obsessions

Difficulties in relationships

Concerns about physical
appearance/body image
Member of the British Psychological Society (BPS)
Member of the British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP)
Member of the BPS Division of Clinical, Counselling and Health Psychology. 
Registered with the Health Professions Council (HCPC).

Member of UK Register of Expert Witnesses.

Dr Jenny McGillion. Tel: 07956 496980 • email: jenny@jjmpsychologyservices.co.uk
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