Bryan Adams, CPsychol

Bryan Adams has recently taken early retirement from City University, London, where he was a Senior Lecturer in Clinical Psychology and Course Director of the Counselling Psychology Programme. He has also worked as a part-time clinical psychology practitioner in the NHS for the past twenty years.

He undertook his clinical psychology training at the University of London’s Institute of Psychiatry and for many years after graduating he continued to hold an honorary appointment there.

Bryan’s particular speciality is using behaviour modification within a cognitive-behavioural framework, frequently using behavioural experiments to modify both behaviour and cognitions. He works with a wide range of adult problems including anxiety and depressive disorders and the improvement of interpersonal skills. His clinical work has covered a wide range of problems including, depression and low self-esteem; anxiety based disorders eg agoraphobia and specific phobias, panic attacks, obsessive-compulsive disorders, post traumatic stress disorder; skill deficits eg sexual dysfunction; relationship problems; dependency and addictive behaviour; eating disorders; and working with both individuals and small groups. Although it is appropriate to adopt an eclectic approach to facilitate therapeutic gains with many patients, his main focus is CBT including behavioural experiments to test out dysfunctional cognitions and beliefs. He has contributed to many peer reviewed journals and delivered papers at both national and international conferences.

He has been a chartered psychologist since 1988 and a member of the divisions of clinical psychology and health psychology in the British Psychological Society.

Contact Bryan at bryan.adams@nhs.net  

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