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Ambrose Koryang

Ambrose Koryang
CBT & EMDR Therapist

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I qualified as a psychiatric nurse back in 2003 and worked within statutory and private sector services as well as Third Sector organisations till 2018. This was a valuable time for me working with and supporting people with acute mental health problems, some in forensic settings. I’ve been working now since 2015 as an accredited Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist (CBT).


I started within the NHS before establishing a social enterprise aimed at reaching and supporting those in need of prompt psychological support. 10% of our profits are used to provide support to schools, colleges and universities through workshops and group sessions.


I use my mental health background, NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) training (which is largely CBT based) and CBT to help people manage and overcome a range of mild, moderate or severe emotional difficulties that may present as; depression, panic, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), generalised anxiety disorder (GAD), trauma response or PTSD, sexual dysfunction or phobias to name a few. I also use or life-coaching as an approach to support with such needs.

I am bound by the Standards of Conduct Performance and Ethics in the Practice of Cognitive and Behavioural Psychotherapies (CBT) of the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) as well as the UK NHS (National Health Service) N.I.C.E (National Institute for health & Care Excellence) to ensure that my practice remains at a high quality, standard as well as remaining updated and supported by researched evidence base.

I am currently training to become and EMDR (Eye Movement Desensititation and Reprocessing) therapist and a Couple Therapy for Depression (CTfD) practitioner due to complete in July 2023, to add to the range of interventions that I can use to support people.

I also offer single session One-At-A-Time (OATT) Therapy approach, which is an intentional endeavour to focus on a single problem. If more sessions are needed, this can be arranged after a prolonged gap.


EMDR due to qualify in July 2023

CTfD due to qualify in July 2023

Supervision Skills for High Intensity Therapists (Roth and Pilling’s Core CompetencyFramework 2008).
Master NLP Practitioner
PgDip in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Registered Mental Health Nurse

Professional Registrations

CBT: Full accreditation with the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies (BABCP).

NLP: The Society of Neuro Linguistic Programming



Concessions available upon request.


£90 per session (60mins) for:

  • CBT Therapy

  • CTfDNLP (life-coaching / Goal orientated skills)

  • EMDR

£60 Clinical supervision session (1.5hrs) 

Single Session One-At-A-Time (OATT) Therapy approach:

  • £130 (90mins)

  • £170 (120mins)

  • £250 (180mins)


  • £120 per session (60mins) Couple, Family, Group Therapy

  • £40 per person for CBT group therapy (90mins: 3-6 people)

  • £45 per person for group supervision (3 people minimum for 1.5hr)

Unlimited, planned additional remote support provided for individual and group sessions.

Insurance Companies

  • £90 Assessment & Treatment sessions

  • £135 Assessment, mid-point and discharge session with reports

  • I am registered with and an approved provider for Aetna, AXA PPP, Aviva, Bupa, MPA and VITALITY. Other insurance companies are welcomed.

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