About Kim Fisher, Cognitive Behavioural Therapist, London
I have worked within the mental health field for more than 15 years; working in the statutory, voluntary and private sectors. I have a broad range of experience in complex mental health, substance use, mood disorder, eating issues and issues related to life adjustment and relational issues.
I undertook initial training in a Masters Degree in Psychotherapy & Counselling. I followed this with extensive further training in CBT. Throughout my work as a CBT practitioner I have acquired a broad and varied experience, starting my career working in drug and alcohol rehabilitation units, delivering substance misuse groups and one to one sessions. I have also worked with complex needs and delivered CBT for psychosis in group and one to one sessions, conducted staff training in motivational interviewing, substance misuse and CBT.
I have also provided staff support based on the CBT model in the form of supervision and mentoring, conducted reflective practice groups and clinical supervision, and consultancy to the broader multi-disciplinary team on clinical matters and delivered conference presentations to commissioners, managers and senior clinicians.
- BA Hons (Monash University, Melbourne, Australia)
- MA Psychotherapy & Counselling (NSPC, London, UK)
- Diploma in CBT (Goldsmith’s, University of London)
- Diploma in Clinical Supervision (CPPD – London, UK)
- Extensive on-going professional development & training with the leading CBT academics & trainers (e.g. Drs Christine Padesky, Judith Beck, Tom Lynch & Geoff Young)
- BABCP & UKCP accredited
344 - 354 Grays Inn Road