The Mental Health Day Programme at APN London provides support for individuals who are experiencing mental health challenges, overwhelming stress, or emotional dysregulation. Clients participate in an integrative programme designed to guide them through processing the past and learning how to move forward with tangible skills and tools with six 1.5-hour therapy groups and one individual hour-long session each week.
Get comprehensive mental health and trauma support from leading providers in London.
9 hours of group therapy in a comfortable setting plus an hour of individual therapy scheduled weekly at your convenience.
We provide the best possible care for the best possible outcomes with an expert, specialised multidisciplinary team.
Attend group and individual therapy sessions at our calming and serene facility, located in the Harley Street Medical Area, London.
You are more than your current experience. We recognise the social, environmental, and genetic factors that may have put you at risk.
Mental Health and Trauma Day Programme at a Glance
- A 6-week programme with rolling admission
- 10 hours of programming per week:
- One individual in-person hour-long session scheduled weekly at your convenience
- Two 1.5-hour therapy groups offered each Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 2 to 5 PM
- Led by a licensed therapist
- Optional family therapy
- Optional sleep therapy
London Mental Health and Trauma Day Programme Participant Goals
- Understand how past trauma, behavioural patterns and impulsive reactions impact current relationships
- Learn, utilize, and implement tools to recognize behavioural triggers and how to respond rather than react
- Learn evidence-based skills and tools to manage anxiety and trauma responses, including emotional regulation
- Develop a practical understanding of mind-body interactions and their effects on your overall mental health
Meet Your Therapist
Alex Gibson, MSc, PG Dip CBT, Dip Registered Health Nurse
Alex Gibson is a registered mental health nurse and an accredited cognitive and behavioural therapist. He roots his approach to health and well-being in compassionate and supportive therapeutic relationships – sometimes with shared humour, when appropriate, but always with care and empathy.
Alex works collaboratively with his clients to directly address problems and disrupt the vicious cycle of negative self-talk and unhelpful coping mechanisms, which can hold us back and make us feel down and anxious. His empathy for his clients stems from his own lived experience navigating anxiety and neurodiversity.
Alex trained as a nurse with the Royal Defence Medical College and has postgraduate qualifications from both York and Teesside Universities. Over the last twenty-five years, he has worked in adult mental health and occupational mental health settings such as the Royal Navy, private healthcare, charities, and the National Health Service.ENQUIRE ABOUT THE MENTAL HEALTH DAY PROGRAMME