Our team have all had a huge amount of experience in addressing and relieving all sort of issues over many years. We pride ourselves at putting patients at ease and helping them understand not only what we aim to do, but how and and why.

From your first visit we’ll aim to put you at your ease and together make a plan to get you feeling great.

Meet the Team

Our team are the best in the business.

General Adult Psychiatrist

Dr Mark Silvert

Medical Director & Consultant Psychiatrist (MBBS MSc MRCPsych)

Mark is a GMC registered General Adult Psychiatrist in London working both in the NHS and the Private Sector.

He holds a Consultant position in the NHS having worked at The Royal Free, Chelsea and Westminster and Hillingdon Hospitals.

He qualified from St Bartholomew’s and the Royal London Hospitals having won the British Medical Journal’s scholarship. He then went on to become a Clinical Fellow at Harvard Medical School in Boston, USA publishing research into Emergency Psychiatry.

Returning to the UK he completed his specialist training at St. Mary’s and Charing Cross Hospital psychiatric training affiliated to Imperial Medical School.

He is a guest lecturer at King’s Medical School on eating disorders and treats most mental health conditions in adults.

He also works in the media, advising and writing about mental health for journals around the world including his own column on the Huffington Post. He is a member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists.

Nutritionist

Charlotte Turner

Nutritionist

Charlotte is a professionally trained nutritionist. She holds a Bsc from Kings College London and is a member of the Nutrition Society.

She is an advocate for evidence based nutritional practice. Charlotte aims to work one to one with each client to tailor recommendations based on her clients individualised needs in the Blue Tree’s Harley Street practice. She strongly believes in offering a confidential, non-judgemental and approachable environment for her clients.

Expertise and training:

Weight loss programmes
Diet Plans
Body composition analysis
Eating for Fertility
Performance Nutrition for sports professionals
Digestive problems
Eating Disorders
Diet and seasonal affective disorder
Depression, anxiety and mental health.
Childhood obesity
Irritable bowel syndrome.
Overcoming food cravings

She also writes for magazines and local press with recent publications featured in the evening post and NHD magazine.

Jessica Weinberg

Dr Jessica Weinberger

Clinical Psychologist (DClinPsy)

Jessica is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist in London with more than 15 years of experience and specialises in treating a wide range of mental health issues in young children, adolescents and adults.

She has particular expertise in working with people that suffer from anxiety disorders, sexual identity issues, and complex family relationships.

Jessica is trained in various therapeutic approaches which she tailors to each person’s needs. These include:

  • Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
  • Narrative Exposure Therapy (NET)
  • Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR)
  • Compassion-Focused Therapy (CFT)
  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
  • Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT)
  • Systemic Approaches

Jessica speaks three languages, and completed Levels 1+2 in British Sign Language. She has extensive experience in working with people from diverse cultural and religious backgrounds, which may play an important role in the therapeutic process.

She worked in the NHS for many years and completed four academic degrees, including her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Royal Holloway.

Dr Chirag Gorasia

Dr Chirag Gorasia

Clinical Psychologist (ClinPsyD, CPsychol)

Chirag has over ten years of clinical experience working with children and adolescents, families, adults, older adults and people with learning disabilities. Chirag now works at the World’s best Children’s hospital, Great Ormond Street, working in mental health and we are proud he works with us too.

He has experience in providing individual therapy, family work and group therapies for people with both physical and mental health difficulties.

He believes it is important to consider evidence-based practice whilst still being person-centred and draws on a wide range of models including:

  • Cognitive Behaviour Therapy,
  • Rational Emotional Behavioural Therapy,
  • Systemic Therapy,
  • Mindfulness and Psychodynamic approaches.

He has worked in both hospital and out patient clinics as well as community groups and charities.

Chirag has a doctorate in Clinical Psychology as well as a bachelors and masters degree. He is a registered Clinician with the Heath and Care Professions Council and a Member of the British Psychological Society.

Hadassah Lipszyc

CBT Therapist (PG Dip MBACP)

Hadassah is our Cognitive Behaviour Therapist. She is also trained in psychodynamic and person centred counselling which enables her to work in an integrative way and to draw from all three therapeutic modalities when necessary, depending on one’s individual needs. She has treated adults of all ages experiencing a range of mental health problems. She has a particular interest in anxiety related disorders such as phobias and OCD.

Hadassah has worked for the NHS Let’s talk service and has over six years experience in the counselling field, now working privately in both the Cotswolds and London. She has gained a variety of experience with issues such as depression, anxiety, panick attacks, OCD, phobias, eating disorders and low self esteem. Hadassah is a registered member of both the BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy) and the BABCP (British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies.)

She undertook her counselling training at Birkbeck University of London and her Post Graduate degree in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy at the University of South Wales.

Naomi Cooper

Occupational Therapist

Naomi is our Occupational Therapist working both in the NHS and privately. She has a BSc degree from Bournemouth University and has recently moved to London to start a new venture.

Naomi has experience in working within mental health, physical health and alongside clients with learning disabilities which has enabled her to develop her own brand of client-centred care. Naomi enjoys working with all clients but, has a particular interest in clients experiencing psychosis and working with people through their recovery from mental illness.

Naomi is a keen member of the College of Occupational Therapists (COT) and follows many OT forums to enhance her breadth of knowledge. Naomi is also a qualified swimming coach and utilises physical activity and healthy lifestyles in her practice.

Kamran Dein

Trainee Psychotherapist

Kamran is a trainee psychotherapist on an integrative PGDip/MA programme working towards full accreditation with the BACP.  He is also a qualified Social Worker registered with the HCPC and has worked with the NHS for the last 4 years specialising in Mental Health, with the aim of entering the field of Military Social Work.

He has experience of working with psychosis, anxiety, depression, personality disorders, relationship breakdowns, low self-esteem and anger-management.

Kamran uses an integrative person-centred approach in supporting clients dealing with a complex range of emotions and has a particular interest in bereavement and relationship therapy.

He has previously worked with domestic violence agencies as a caseworker and has run workshops to build self-esteem and confidence. He has also run a number of self-defence courses for survivors of domestic abuse and people with learning and physical disabilities.

Kamran is a keen advocate of promoting equal rights, mindfulness, fair access to services, and encouraging physical activity and fitness as a well-being strategy. He has written for a number of publications on the topic.

His work was recognised by Stonewall who presented him with the 2010 Champion for Equality & Diversity award.

Kamran is also a Mentor for ‘Mosaic’, an organisation based at the Prince’s Trust HQ and founded by HRH The Prince of Wales in 2007 as a response to supporting children and young adults from deprived backgrounds reach their full potential.