PSYCHOLOGICAL UNITY OF MIND & BODY (PUMB)
The Psychological Unity of Mind & Body is a psychological therapy practice, which speacialises in Brief Therapy. PUMB is an abbreviation of the practice's name known as the Psychological Unity of Mind & Body. The concept derives from psychobiology, which illustrates how the mind and body are interconnected and the relationship of how one may affect the other. Drawing on research evidence from human biology, neuro-science and psychology, the PUMB combines these disciplines to form a holistic approach in order to provide effective psychological therapy. The PUMB is an evidence-based practice, striving to consistently achieve effective clinical outcomes.
ALLAN M.ENO. MSc Degree in Counselling Psychology/Psychological Counselling, accredited by the British Psychological Society(BPS). BSc(Hons) Degree in Social Science with a psychology pathway and a Certificate in Psychotherapy & Counselling. I also maintain a Certificate in Personal Life Coaching and a Professional Qualification in Clinical Supervision.
A skilled practitioner with a wealth of experience, I maintain over 17 years adult/child mental health experience. My research area includes Beliefs About Input Pain Management for Sickle Cell Patients.
I am a current member of the British Psychological Society (BPS) and a Registered/Accredited Practitioner of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP). I am also an independent practitioner of the United Kingdom Register for Counsellors and Psychotherapists (UKRCP).
Area of Specialisms
My specialisms include the application of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT). Guided Imagery/Visualisation techniques are frequently combined with CBT and SFBT for a range of client problems, which include Depression, PTSD and Anxiety Disorders. I am an approved Healthcare Provider for some of the leading Healthcare Insurance Providers. I also offer Employment Assistance Programmes (EAP) Counselling for a range of work-life balance problems. I offer clinical supervision for a range of practitioners, which may include; counsellors, social workers, psychotherapists and psychologists among other professions. Other related services include; assessment, treatment and reports for health insurance claims. Telephone Counselling and the provision of training programs and the new Effective Stress Buster Sessions. Practical stress management sessions provided for client-based groups for large or small businesses. For more information, click here.
I am experienced at treating conditions such as:
- Depression (Bipolar Disorder, Clinical and Post Natal)
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Loss and Bereavement
- Anxiety Disorders (Performance Anxiety, Erectile/Sexual Dysfunction and Stage/Presentation Anxiety)
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) Excessive Cleaning/Washing
- Stress/ Management (Academic and Work Pressure)
- Anger/ Management (including domestic abuse and violent relationships)
- Phobias (Spiders/ Insects, Social, Heights, Dental/Needles and Claustrophobia)
- Pain Management (Sickle Cell Crisis, Chronic Pain Syndrome)
- Psychosomatic/Mind-Body Problems
- Relationship Breakdown/Couples Therapy
- Abuse (emotional/physical/sexual)
- Low Self-Esteem
Location & Travel to the Harley Street Psychotherapy & Psychology Practice
The practice is within easy walking distance from Oxford Circus tube station (Victoria, Bakerloo & Central Line) and Bond Street tube station (Central & Jubilee Line). To see a map, click here.
Short-term meter parking in surrounding streets and long-term parking at the NCP in Cavendish Square is available. Free parking after 6.30pm weekdays, 1.30pm Saturday and all day Sunday.
For information about referrals, client confidentiality, booking an appointment and making payment, please visit my Typical Session and FAQ pages. The PUMB offers a free 15-minute consultation on initial enquires.
For additional information or to make an appointment, please contact the practice on the number indicated below.
46 Harley Street
Mob:(+44) (0) 7957 229 250