Benjamin Piper iRise Psychology

One to One Therapy



iRise Psychology provides individual one to one private therapy sessions from our head office in Liverpool Street in the City of London. We also have offices in Soho and in South Woodford. Our therapists are experienced chartered and registered psychologists who have worked both in the NHS and in independent private therapy practice. We provide high quality evidence based therapeutic services and treat a number of conditions. Please see: Conditions we Treat. The clinical team will be more than happy to discuss any clinical questions you may have regarding private therapy and discuss the most appropriate options we have available for you as a service.

We have a number of specialisms within our team. Our Counselling Psychologists are trained in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness based cognitive therapy and Psychodynamic psychotherapy. We work integratively and adapt our approach to best meet the individual needs of each client.




Services #01


Telephone Managed/ Skype Private Therapy

Our aim is to be as flexible as possible for our clients and so this option has a number of advantages, such as: allowing access to therapy for those with mobility difficulties and those who are not able and do not have the time to travel to therapy due to work and home commitments. Please email us below or call us to discuss this option. We also offer our live, safe and confidential Skype Therapy.


Services #02


Psychological Rehabilitation Services for Road and Work Accidents



iRise Psychology offers psychological rehabilitation services. This involves assessment, treatment and medico-legal reports for adults who have been involved in a road accident or those who have had an accident at work. We work closely with:

(i) motor and liability insurers,

(ii) rehabilitation case management companies,

(iii) and personal injury solicitors.

As a result of road accidents, people commony develop post-traumatic stress disorder, travel anxiety and phobia, panic attacks and depression. People can also develop adjustment disorders as a result of any injury that has led to a change to physical, psychological or social functioning. These psychological problems are also common after personal injury in the work place.

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