Harpreet Dhaliwal has been practicing as a Cognitive Behavioural Therapist since 2014 and is accredited with the BABCP. Prior to this, she has worked as a psychotherapist in the National Health Service (NHS) national talking therapy programme IAPT (Improving Access to Psychological Therapy) from 2008. Currently she is working as a Highly Specialised Cognitive Behavioural Therapist and a Behavioural Couples Therapist. Harpreet is experienced in working with patients presenting with a variety of common mental health problems including depression, low self-esteem, Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD), Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), phobias and panic disorder. She has also successfully supported couples presenting with common mental health problems and/ or relationship distress.
Harpreet attained her postgraduate Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy with Royal Holloway University in 2014 and her Postgraduate Certificate in Behavioural Couples Therapy with Royal Holloway University in 2019. Currently she is managing a team of therapists in the NHS and is passionate in supporting their professional development. Harpreet is a member of the RISE mentorship scheme and a mentor with the West London NHS Trust supporting staff to reach their potential. As an experienced member of the team, she is offering clinical supervision to staff and has applied for supervision accreditation with the BABCP. She is also working as a diversity lead.
While delivering therapy to a range of patients, Harpreet has been able to demonstrate positive clinical outcomes making a real difference to her patients and their quality of life. She is able to deliver therapy in English and Punjabi. Harpreet has been supporting patients delivering therapy in the clinic room or remotely via telephone and video sessions.