Dr. Adrian DzialdowskiWelcome to the Cambridge Private Psychology website of Dr. Adrian Dzialdowski, who is a British Psychological Society chartered psychologist and registered as a clinical psychologist with the Health Professions Council.

Adrian set up Cambridge Private Psychology as his private practice in 2008. He now provides private psychological therapy to adults with a wide range of mental health issues in Cambridgeshire, East Anglia and beyond.

Cambridge Private Psychology receives referrals from private individuals, occupational health departments, insurance companies and NHS professionals including psychiatrists, doctors, and practice nurses.

A course of psychological therapy from Cambridge Private Psychology will typically take a cognitive-behavioral approach (CBT), but other types of therapy such as Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR), are available as appropriate.

Adrian became a British Psychological Society approved clinical psychologist in 1991.His qualifications include an MPhil in psychpathology from the University of Cambridge and a clinical doctorate in psychology from Leicester University. In 2010, as part of his continuing professional development he completed level 3 training as an EMDR therapist.

In Dr. Adrian Dzialdowski, you will find a psychologist with 17 years experience as a clinical psychologist for the Cambridge and Peterborough Mental Health Trust. Throughout this period Adrian provided assessment, and treatment to adults with a variety of complex psychological difficulties in various NHS departments including the department of psychiatry at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge, the Clinic for sexually transmitted diseases (Clinic 1A) and the Cambridge drug and alcohol advice and treatment services. Adrian also developed an interest in psychological and pharmacological treatments for smoking and was asked to write the British Health Foundation guidelines for NHS GP practices on the provision of treatments for smokers. He founded the original Cambridge Smoking Cessation Service, (now CAMQUIT) and was instrumental in designing, delivering and disseminating successful group and individual approaches to help people quit smoking and overcome their addiction.

Useful websites: http://www.bps.org.ukwww.hpc-uk.orgwww.bhf.org.uk