Mr Leigh Spatcher Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy

Victory House. 400 Pavilion Drive. Northampton, NN4 7PA
Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist. A caring, extremely skilled professional with an informal style and an approachable warm demeanour. Leigh is a...
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Leigh is a highly experienced, fully qualified and accredited cognitive behavioural psychotherapist. Working within a NHS primary care mental health service, he delivered support and treatment alongside his role as clinical supervisor at the trust. He managed a caseload of over 20 patients every week and consistently obtained recognition as one of the highest performing therapists in the service for retention and recovery of his clients. In 2017, Leigh left the NHS and set up his own consultancy. He now operates privately and as an affiliate for AXA -PPP, AVIVA and Healix Health care providers. Leigh is a visiting lecturer and clinical supervisor for the University of Hertfordshire MSc course in CBT and for the past 3 years has been a mental health service provider for Barlcays PLC and a supplier for IESO online CBT services. 1:1 Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy. Face to face or online consultations available. Corporate presentations and CBT skills courses. Specialist in self esteem and confidence building. Leigh is qualified, accredited and insured to treat: Anxiety related issues such as social anxiety disorder, generalised anxiety disorder, panic disorder, OCD, PTSD, phobias and depression.

Training, qualifications and experience:

BSc (Hons) Psychology PG Dip Cognitive behavioural Psychotherapy PG Cert Clinical Supervision

Professional memberships:

Accredited member of British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP)


£60 per Session/Hour

Contact Information
Contact Name: Leigh Spatcher
Phone Number: 07581222275
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Victory House. 400 Pavilion Drive. Northampton

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