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Luca Pozzi

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Luca Pozzi is a CBT Therapist at Barnet IAPT, North London, where he treated successfully more than 200 patients with depression and anxiety in the last year only. He has been previously part of NHFT IAPT service. Graduated in Psychology at the Vita-Salute San Raffaele University, where he later obtained a degree in Clinical Psychology. He has been trained in the "Mentalization based treatment" at the Anna Freud Centre and has worked within the Day Care Eating Disorder Unit of the Maudsley Hospital and as assistant research at the Cassel Hospital specialist service for Personality disorder the only Clinical Community founded directly by Central NHS to support people with suicidal ideation and Personality Disorders. Areas of expertise: Eating Disorders / Depression and Anxiety/ Developmental Psychology / Personality Disorders/ Panic Attack/ Low self esteem / Relational Difficulties/ Personal Empowerment / Sexual difficulties.

Studio Address

23 Austin Friars, London, Bank, London, EC2N 2QP,

Second Studio Address

200 City Road, London, EC1V 2PH, +447426823227

Specialties

  • Anxiety, phobias and panic attacks
  • Depression, grief
  • Obsessions OCD
  • Sexual problems, sexual identity and LGBT
  • Sleep problems
  • Food problems, anorexia, bulimia
  • Addictions (alcohol, substances, gambling etc.)
  • Problems of personality and self-esteem
  • Problems of anger and impulsiveness

Skills

Luca Pozzi, MBPsS, MSc in Clinical Psychology, MBT practitioner.Years of experience with Personality Disorders and Eating Disorders. Low intensity CBT therapist. Long and short therapy for Anxiety, Depression, sexual difficulties and Eating Disorders. Based in Stockwell, Bond Street.

Articles by Luca Pozzi

 

CBT.courses.uk is a new project that aims to spread knowledge and awareness about Mental Health and research-based therapy as CBT.
Our mission is to empower with education, freedom from stress and real tools to tackle everyday mental health difficulties.

Are you burnt out? Find out how to recognise the early symptoms of this syndrome and how to change your behaviour to achieve a better life!

Fight anxiety and vicious thoughts with this simple and effective exercise!

Take a break and focus on your coffee. This will help you to re-organise your thoughts and focus on yourself.

Let Nishita guide you in this simple and effective exercise to reduce the intensity of negative emotions and to fight anxiety.

Luca shows you how to relax your eyes when you spend a long time in front of you PC. 

Understanding depression is the first step to fight it. Nishita will explain to us how it works and how to reverse the vicious circle.

Tibetan Singing Bowls have been used for centuries for healing and meditation purposes. They create a range of sounds to restore the regular vibratory frequencies for out-of-harmony parts of the body, mind and soul.

The sounds generated by Tibetan Bowls are an energy medicine that helps to heal from stress, pain and depression. Their unique tones create the ideal state for deep meditation, creative thinking and intuitive messages.

Keep the bowl on a flat surface or in your palm, and let it sit on the pillow. It steadies the bowl without dampening the sound. To make the bowl sing, use the striker. Hold your striker loosely in the same way you would a pencil, and give each end a try.

There are two ways you can perform. First, you can strike the outer upper rim and let the bowl ring out. This is particularly beneficial when used for meditation and mindfulness exercises.

You can also make your bowl really sing. When you strike the bowl, don’t pull the striker away abruptly. Instead, rub it steadily along the outer rim in one smooth motion.

The speed and amount of pressure you use will influence the song you and your bowl create together. Because of the healing frequencies, you can easily find yourself getting mindful as you continue to play.

Using this bowl can be extremely beneficial to meditate or to reach a deeper focus. rOu team uses it during the sessions to enhance the power of mindful exercises.

Click here to get your bowl

The book by Melanie Fennell has an exciting structure, and it is chronologically divided into accessible chapters. It begins with a section dedicated to understanding what self-esteem is, moving to learn how self-esteem works and finally guiding the reader on to a step-by-step process of managing and preventing negative thoughts.
Infographics and diagrams clarify complex concepts, while fiction characters help to analyse self-esteem problems with an external and non-emotional perspective.

 

This is a companion book, to read calmly, piece by piece when you want to dedicate for some time to yourself. It includes extremely helpful exercises and suggestions, like keeping a positives notebook and maintaining track of self-critical thoughts.

Our team highly recommend it.

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In this section you can find books and products that can help to find self help, read about the therapies or enhance the potential of your path with the therapist. Every item has been reviewed, tested and approved by our team.

 

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: Workbook for Anxiety. A 7-Step Program to Overcome Your Fear, Panic, Anxiety, and Worry

Have you ever tried to get out from underneath your anxiety in the past? Have you found yourself drowning in the feelings of anxiety, and no matter how hard you try to fight it, you never seem to break free? Are you looking for a way to get out of anxiety’s grasp for good that does not involve a therapist?

 

If so, Cognitive Behavioral Workbook for Anxiety: A 7-Step Program to Overcome your Fear, Panic, Anxiety, and Worry, is here for you.

Within the pages of this comprehensive workbook, you will find key details of cognitive behavioral therapy, a therapy that has gained a large following in recent years and is touted as producing long-lasting, effective results. CBT aims to teach people the keys to literally rewiring their minds in hopes of using the process to alleviate symptoms of anxiety. Through the process of CBT, you will be taught the skills to manage your anxiety so that you can live without it controlling your life, once and for all.  The way CBT manages to do this is through recognizing that our thoughts influence our feelings, which influence our actions, which, in turn, affect our thoughts. This cycle continues endlessly, and by disrupting one facet of this cycle, you are able to change the rest of it effortlessly.

We warmly recommend this workbook.

Click here to buy it. 

CBT.courses.uk is a new organisation that aims to spread knowledge and awareness about Mental Health and research-based therapy as CBT.
Our mission is to empower with education, freedom from stress and real tools to tackle everyday mental health difficulties.

In this section, you can watch useful videos that will introduce important topics and give tips to fight anxiety, depression and low self-esteem.

 

Are you burnt out? Find out how to recognise the early symptoms of this syndrome and how to change your behaviour to achieve a better life!

Fight anxiety and vicious thoughts with this simple and effective exercise!

QUICK OVERVIEW A Self-help Guide Using Cognitive Behavioural Techniques Melanie Fennell’s Overcoming Low Self-Esteem is a classic of self-help literature, winning acclaim for its practical and user-friendly approach and now recommended on the National Health Service’s self-help scheme known as Books on Prescription. This book will aid readers to understand their condition and with this…

A psychological re-reading of Giuseppe Tornatore’s movie “The Star Maker” (“L’uomo delle stelle”) shows how it reflects intra-psychic, interpersonal and cultural synchronous dimensions and how it can be an immediate and archetypal key into our contemporary culture, one which is intensely self-absorbed. The movie tells the story of the merchant of dreams, Joe Morelli, manager…

Simply take a moment and breath, everything is not going as you are expecting, ” shit happens” and you might feel your heart beating faster than usual and your mind foggy. Your face might blushing or a deep sense of frustrations taking over. “how did I made this mistake?” ” how could I have been…

How to stop verbal Bullying Bullies come in different kinds. The verbal bully uses words as weapons against you. The direct verbal bully says insulting things to your face. The indirect verbal bully says insulting things about you within your hearing or behind your back. This article explains how to defend against a verbal bully….

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A practical approach to defeat insomnia and sleeping problems: This practical list of simple rules and healthy skills will help you change your poor sleep. It is not easy and you will need to put your effort in it. We ensure it is well worth and you will see the results as soon as two…

How do antidepressants work?  Antidepressants are medication specifically designed to correct and restore balance of important chemicals (the neurotransmitters) in the brain that have a deep effect on mood and level of energy of an individual. Are Antidepressant addictive? NO, absolutely Not. They also Not provide any High or sort of alteration to the cognitive…

Psicologilondra’s tests: 15 questions to help you find out if there is a problem.  This test does not have any diagnostic value and thus cannot be used instead of the opinion of an expert. Read the questions carefully and answer sincerely. This questionnaire is intended to be filled in by the parents or guardians of…

Q: Why did you decide to go to therapy? A: “Because there are things in my life I want to change and I did not find the strength in myself to do it” Q: What issues were/are you struggling with? A: “Lack of assertiveness, Inability to stay on my own, Depression” Q: What type of…

WELCOME TO THE NETWORK OF ITALIAN PSYCHOLOGISTS IN LONDON AND  UK: PSICOLOGIALONDRA.COM! We are a group of Italian psychologists and researchers in Psychology who are living, working and training in London. We are creating this website to offer the Italian community in London and UK concrete and practical support in all aspects of Mental Health….

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Reviews

lost without Luca's help

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Luca Has been very helpful.L. helped me to cope with my life crisis. I won't know what would happen to me without him and his support. Going through many difficult changes in life he helped me with my anxiety, depressive feelings and go back to myself

come superare un brutto momento

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5 5 1
Grazie all'aiuto di Luca, ho superato un momento davvero difficile, dove mi sentivo molto depresso e ansioso a causa dei tanti problemi sul lavoro. Mi ha aiutato a ritrovare motivazioni e fiducia in me stesso.

Very Professional

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Luca helped me through my eating disorder difficulties; I went to a position where I have lost faith in myself to a new dimension. I regained my self-confidence and eating is no longer an anxious provoking moment in my everyday life. I really recommend his service, It is also useful that if you make him a referral you have a free session in return.

Kind and professional

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5 5 1
Couldn't recommend Luca more. Very helpful first sessions, he easily created an environment of trust, where you feel at ease to talk about everything. It was exactly what I was looking for.

Five Stars!

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After over a decade of unsuccessful therapists/councillors etc, I had almost given up on the possibility of finding a therapist that would work for me. This was until I was lucky enough to of been referred to Luca Pozzi. In the time that we have been meeting we have, and continue to work on issues I struggle with including depression, anxiety and low self esteem and Luca has created a safe and professional environment for me to work them through. Luca has given me the confidence and support to confront personal issues I have not had the courage to face before as well as given me the strength to make positive changes in my life. Luca is an excellent therapist and I would confidently recommend him to any person seeking help.

Five Stars!

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After over a decade of unsuccessful therapists/councillors etc, I had almost given up on the possibility of finding a therapist that would work for me. This was until I was lucky enough to of been referred to Luca Pozzi. In the time that we have been meeting we have, and continue to work on issues I struggle with including depression, anxiety and low self esteem and Luca has created a safe and professional environment for me to work them through. Luca has given me the confidence and support to confront personal issues I have not had the courage to face before as well as given me the strength to make positive changes in my life. Luca is an excellent therapist and I would confidently recommend him to any person seeking help.

Highly recommend Luca

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Luca has helped me through a traumatic event which left me struggling with anxiety and cooing with normal daily activities. I am now much better and Luca continues to support me through. I am very grateful to him for genuinely caring when I had lost all hope in recovering. Thank You

Professionalità e umanità

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5 5 1
Il Dott. Luca ha mostrato dal primo momento una grande umanità, fornendomi il supporto necessario, unitamente ad un approccio meticoloso e di grande professionalità. Grazie davvero

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