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Heena Chudasama
Counselling Psychologist
Heena Chudasama

Heena Chudasama

Heena Chudasama joined Priory Group in 2018 as a child and adolescent therapist. She is a counselling psychologist and child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS) therapist at Priory. She works with adults and adolescence. Heena has been running her own private clinics alongside her other responsibilities, since 2012. In her clinic, she helps young people from age 11+ and adults who require psychological assessment and treatment by an applied psychologist. She has links to qualified therapists and psychiatrists at Priory Hospital Chelmsford, so she can refer to other therapies that might be required to help a patient recover. She uses a number of therapeutic approaches and integrates them to treat the patients’ presenting issue.

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Having trained in London and currently working in London, Essex, Cambridge and Hertfordshire borders  Heena Chudasama works with individuals across many contexts with varying needs. Heena has over ten years’ experience, including working with clients (adults and young people aged 11+) in various organisations, such as the NHS, independent practice, charitable and corporate sectors. 


Heena is a chartered psychologist registered with, and an associate fellow of, the British Psychological Society (BPS). She is also a counselling and practitioner psychologist registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). Heena is a psychologist on the BPS’ Register of Applied Psychology Practice Supervisors and a registered EuroPsy psychologist. She is also a member of EMDR UK and Ireland.

Heena graduated from The University of Surrey, Roehampton in 2004 with a Bachelor of science (BSc (Hons)) in Psychology and Counselling degree. She then completed her Masters of Science (MSc) and Postgraduate Diploma in Counselling Psychology at Roehampton University graduating in 2010. Amongst other things, Heena has completed supervision, expert witness, EMDR and critical incident training. Heena is committed to her professional development and engages in continual professional development and training in order to provide a tailored intervention to the patients presenting concern and need.


  • Fluent in Gujarati and English
  • Conversational Hindi and Urdu
  • Basic understanding of Punjabi

I work with my patients to help them achieve their short-term, immediate goals by identifying and overcoming obstacles whilst improving and maintaining their wellbeing. I also work with exploring medium and long-term issues. We work inter-subjectively and work towards their goals. I endeavor to provide my patients with the tools they need to continue with what we have achieved in our sessions, to ensure long-term maintenance and change. I strongly believe that early intervention is key to avoiding the escalation of symptoms and concerns, which could otherwise compromise one's wellbeing and functioning in their day-to-day lives, as well as their quality of life. I also work regularly with crisis and risk management and advise safeguarding teams.

I promote a biopsychosocial approach in my work in order to provide lasting and holistic support. I ultimately tailor my clinical practice to the needs and context of my patient to facilitate the best possible outcomes for everyone who seeks my support.

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