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Beth Molinari

I am a cognitive behavioural therapist, accredited by the BABCP. I see private patients, in person in London and online.

​I have a postgraduate degree in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy from the University of Oxford, United Kingdom.

I am here to help you overcome emotional difficulties you may be facing, on a guided journey of healing and self-discovery. 

Accepted referrals from Bupa and AXA health insurers.

Cognitive behavioural therapy

Treatment of anxiety, depression and promotion of psychological well-being.


Cognitive behavioural therapy, or cognitive therapy, is a type of spoken therapy, but it could well be known as "doing therapy", because it is by putting into practice the knowledge acquired in the sessions that the changes happen.


When you live with anxiety, for example, for a long time, you can develop ways to deal with it that end up maintaining it or even making it worse. Cognitive therapy emphasizes the relationship between thinking, behavior and emotion to help you to understand the problem and to change ingrained patterns of thought that are leading to anxiety and suffering.


However, understanding the problem and changing beliefs is not enough. New skills need to be developed so that the changes that happen in the sessions are also experienced in real life. As the therapy progresses, you will become the leader in the process of finding better ways to deal with the problem.


Sad mood or loss of interest and pleasure in the things of life, low self-esteem, difficulty concentrating and making decisions, in addition to physical symptoms such as fatigue and sleep disturbance.

Excessive worries, difficult to control. Difficulty in dealing with the uncertainties of the future. Inability to relax, concentrate and sleep well. Low confidence and self-esteem.

Sudden increase in anxiety with physical symptoms such as a racing heart, difficulty breathing and thoughts that something very bad is going to happen or is happening.

Persistent fear of an object or situation, seen as threatening, that leads to increased anxiety and eventual panic.

Obsessive and invasive thoughts with repetitive behaviors in obedience to rigid rules to alleviate suffering.

Believing that the needs of others are always more important. Difficulty trusting. Hostile behavior. Termination of affective relationships.

Difficulty sleeping, staying asleep or waking up in the morning not feeling rested, suffering and losses to daily life. Perception of decreased capacity to perform tasks, concentration and memory. Irritability.

Negative sense of yourself. Thoughts like "I'm not good enough, a failure, vulnerable". Sense of inadequacy or lack of value. Perfectionism and excessive self-criticism. To think that mistakes are signs of incompetence and that expressing emotions is a sign of weakness.

Stressful situations such as moving to another country, ending relationships, abusive relationships, bereavement, illness, career change, etc.

 How it works? 

Our first therapy session is dedicated to understanding your difficulties, why they developed, and why they don't improve.

The following sessions are the treatment itself.

The number of sessions is estimated at the beginning and reviewed throughout the therapy.

Sometimes a single session can be all you need to resolve a problem and move forward.

Each therapy session lasts 50 minutes.

Session: £100

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“With the help of therapy, I have learned to deal better with the situations in my life that have led me to anxiety and depression.”

Female, 33 years old, Biologist

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