Opening hours: Monday - Friday, 8.30am - 5.30pm

Appointments: 020 8962 0635,


Dr Robin Hart

Having originally taken a degree in music at the Guildhall School of Music, Robin returned to London University and took an MSc degree in Cognitive & Behavioural Psychotherapy and an MA degree in Psychoanalytic, Anthropological and Cultural Studies. He followed this with a Post Graduate Diploma in Integrative Psychotherapy and completed his Doctoral research in adapting existing treatment and identifying new treatments for anxiety disorders and depression.

Robin subsequently joined the Forensic Psychology team at HMP Wormwood Scrubs in 1997 working clinically and researching the efficacy of treatment on the prison population. He returned to primary care practice in 2002. He is registered and accredited with the United Kingdom Council of Psychotherapy, the British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy and the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy. He has a particular interest in working with a range of anxiety disorders and depression, family and relationship problems.

Robin works with an integrative/eclectic clinical approach.  He also specialises in using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for anxiety and panic attacks, depression, phobias, post-traumatic stress, sleep problems, anger issues and sexual or relationship issues. He supervises fellow clinicians and regularly speaks at international conferences on mental health and the psychology of creativity.

Caroline Weiland
Bereavement Counsellor
BSc, PGDip, (MBACP) (Accred), UKCP

Caroline has worked within the Imperial NHS Trust at St. Mary’s Hospital in Paddington since 2011. She deals with many different NHS patients at often the most difficult time of their lives whilst coping with traumatic loss of miscarriage and neonatal loss or even losing a child.

She works with women’s issues relating to their psychological and reproductive health, such as infertility, IVF and menopause. She is working on a research dissertation on how a woman makes meaning of a neonatal loss or stillbirth.

Caroline’s existential approach is grounded in building a trusting relationship enabling you and your partner to discuss together and share the issues that bring you both to therapy. There are many different possibilities and ways of living with limiting factors for us all that bring difficulties and hard choices.

Loss occurs in all phases of our lives and working therapeutically with losses is part of coping with life’s uncertainty over which we have no control. The benefit of therapy is an opportunity to acknowledge these limitations, find new possibilities and to clarify where you want to be.

Caroline works with individuals and couples and offer a warm and supportive environment where you can work together at your own pace. Caroline works confidentially within the BACP and UKCP guidelines.