Cerys’s Contact Details
As an experienced Clinical Psychologist, I offer integrative therapy to help people understand themselves more meaningfully and develop, grow and strengthen their connections (to self, others, and life more broadly).
My extensive experience and doctorate training mean I can support people at any time in their life, whether things feel intense and overwhelming, or steady and stable.
Psychotherapy with Dr Cerys Bradley-Scott (DClinPsy)
I believe psychological wellbeing is key to a fulfilling life and when your well-being is off-kilter, it can be hard to change things without help. I provide a warm, supportive and trusting therapeutic space to help you explore your inner world (thoughts, feelings, beliefs), allow space to understand patterns that may be contributing to distress, and build new coping strategies to empower you across your life.
What I can help with:
In my private practice, I specialise in working with:
- Depression and mood issues
- Dissociation, Depersonalisation and Derealisation
- Emotional dysregulation
- Grief & loss
- Identity issues
- Low self-esteem and self-confidence
- Neurodivergence – including ASD and ADHD.
- Reaction adjustment and life stage transitions
- Relationship difficulties
- Trauma and complex trauma (including childhood sexual abuse, neglect and intergenerational trauma)
Psychotherapy Training & Professional Membership
I completed my Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (DClinPsy, 2017) at Salomon’s Institute after my Psychology MA (2012) at Edinburgh University.
My private practice developed from a decade working in the NHS where I provide consultation, psychotherapy and supervision for people with complex mental health needs (e.g., trauma, PTSD, OCD and anxiety disorders, personality disorders, mood disorders, psychosis and attachment difficulties).
My style is integrative, meaning I am trained broadly across therapy modalities at a doctoral level, and tailor these to meet your personal needs and strengths. The models I draw most from are Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and psychodynamic psychotherapy.
I have completed additional intensive training in Dialectical Behaviour therapy and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Dissociation, Depersonalisation and Derealisation. I have experience working with people across ages, backgrounds and cultures.
I am professionally accredited by the BCP and HCPC, and registered with Aviva and Axa insurance providers.
The therapeutic relationship is key to any therapy process, and I offer free 20-minute consultations to see if my style is the right fit for you. Please do get in touch to arrange this.
I offer therapy, consultation, and supervision online and in person.
I am registered to provide therapy via Axa and Aviva insurers.
Regular psychotherapy session – £120
(50-minute regular therapy sessions. The initial session may last a little longer as it involves much of the aspects of the one-off consultation.)
Listening Ear – £55
(Shorter and less explorative than psychotherapy, these 25-minute sessions are for people who need an ad-hoc listening space to talk things through.)
Consultation – £150
(A one-off comprehensive assessment of your concerns, wellbeing, struggles and needs, taking into account your personal, family and medical history.)
Professional training and supervision – please contact me to discuss.
Psychotherapy sessions at Barnsbury Therapy Space:
Directions to Barnsbury Therapy Space