Balppa House, 57-61 Newington Causeway, London SE1 6BD

0207 403 5294

Ms Clare Grey

Clare Grey is a BABCP accredited Specialist Cognitive Behavioral Psychotherapist, currently employed within the NHS and sees patients for private treatment outside of her NHS work.

She undertook her undergraduate degree with a major in Psychology before working as a researcher at the University of Plymouth. During this time Clare worked on many research projects, that have been published by peer reviewed journals.

Clare moved into Clinical work in 2003, where she worked on a Neuro-rehabilitation ward for patients with acquired brain injury. In 2005 Clare moved to a national pain management Service at St Thomas’ Hospital London, during which time she worked with patients with chronic pain alongside secondary mental health difficulties/personality disorders. Clare qualified as a Cognitive Behavioral Psychotherapist during this time, before moving into a community IAPT service.

In 2012 Clare began working at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Neuropsychiatry service. Here she specialised in delivering CBT for patients with functional neurological disorders and neurological conditions, before joining the Neuropsychiatry service at the Maudsley Hospital in January 2016, working with the same patient group.


  • PGDip Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (IAPT Program) Royal Holloway, University of London. (2010)
  • MSc Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. London Metropolitan University (2009)
  • MSc Psychological Research Methods  University of Plymouth  (2000)
  • BSc (hons) Psychology, minor Health Sciences. London South Bank University (1998)

Hospital appointments

- South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust

- Maudsley Hospital

Main areas of interest

  1. Depression, Anxiety disorders; OCD, health anxiety, social anxiety, low self-esteem.
  2. Functional Neurological Disorders; dissociative seizures, functional weakness, functional movement disorders.
  3. Neurological disorders (Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson Disease, Epilepsy, Tourettes Syndrome) with secondary mood disorders such as anxiety and depression.
  4. Special interest in Habit Reversal Therapy for both Tourettes and Functional Tic disorders