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Specialist therapy service for Gambling, Sex and other behavioural addictions

"Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom..." Viktor E. Frankl

Face to face in LONDON HARLEY STREET or SKYPE/PHONE sessions available

BPS accredited and HCPC reg Psychologist

Develop a mind like water.. that can regain its calm and stillness in spite of the ripples life can cause


About Annika

Annika Lindberg is a Chartered Psychologist registered with the Health Professions Council (HPC) and with the British Psychological Society (BPS).

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Types of treatment

At BHL London we understand that you want to see quick results, however we also recognise that making life long changes to your behaviour and thinking process that takes time.

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Food addiction

The UK population is becoming Increasingly overweight and are now suffering from the dire consequences of obesity including diabetes, heart problems etc

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Welcome to Gamblingtherapy.co.uk blog, please browse through our blog posts for more information on our practices.

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Where to begin when you lost all your money to gambling?

Working clinically with problem gamblers is extremely rewarding.  Not least when you see people move from the depths of addiction ‘rock bottom’, to a life that starts making sense again.  A life filled with gratitude for the normal stuff, that previously was unable to bring on a heartfelt sense of enjoyment. All due to having …
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Slow and Steady wins the race; the fable of truth in Gambling addiction recover

As many of you will know all too well- gambling is not an activity that fosters patience.  The more you gamble, the more you will feel the sense of desperation and urgency to win your losses back; and this prolonged chase is often one of the first sign of disordered gambling. Often time, and especially …
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