Karl Williams is a Counselling Psychologist and cognitive behavioural therapist with twenty years of experience of working within the NHS, Central Government, the charity sector and private practice. After obtaining a bachelor’s degree from the University of Sussex, he trained as a psychologist at City University and the University of Surrey, Roehampton.
Karl currently works for the NHS in the East of England, within services for people experiencing severe personality-based emotional and behavioural problems. Previous practice has included specialism in addiction as well as primary care psychological therapies for commonly experienced difficulties such as depression, anxiety, phobias, panic attacks, trauma and work-related stress. Karl also retains an interest in working with people of religious faith who experience psycho-spiritual issues.
His practice draws on a range of therapeutic knowledge and approaches, including CBT, Schema Therapy and Narrative Therapy. He is also trained in EMDR.