Annika Lindberg is a Chartered Counselling Psychologist registered with the Health Professions Council (HCPC) and with the British Psychological Society (BPS). Since qualifying as a Psychologist in 2004, she has been working and conducting research within the area of Pathological gambling . She has also been working within physical health and mental health including CFS/ME at the Royal Free Fatigue service and has and enjoys working with those suffering emotionally as a result of chronic or acute illness.
She currently works at Guy’s and St Thomas’s hospital Occupational Health department where she has set up and is running a CBT service for staff from the hospital. As part of her link with the National Problem Gambling clinic she still runs a group for Homeless problem gamblers at The Connections at St Martins homeless day center.
In her private practice she enjoys working with her all the behavioural addictions including Problem Gambling, Internet gaming addictions, sex addiction and food addiction. She is a specialist in treating these disorders with nearly 10 years experience in delivering treatment and conducting research within the area of Problem gambling.
She uses treatment model that is based on the very latest research developments within these areas of addiction. She also enjoys working with anxiety disorders.