Trainee HI CBT Therapist.

St Neots & Remote sessions


A recent testimonial for Marie from a young person she supported using CBT for anxiety and OCD:

"I found sessions very, very useful in terms of working on improving my way of thinking and having someone to talk to and understand how I’m feeling. 

I think that these sessions are very useful if you are someone who is prepared to attempt to do things they find difficult at first, to benefit them in the long term. I would be very likely to recommend Marie!"

Marie has over 20 years of experience working with people including families and young people in the community and various mental health settings. She has experience of working with people diagnosed withAutism/ADHD and people experiencing depression, anxiety and various other complex mental health needs including Trauma, PTSD and Personality Disorders.

Marie has learned how people’s life’s can be adversely affected by poor mental health, which has guided her to pursue clinical training as a High Intensity Cognitive Behaviour Therapist. She was motivated to train in this modality because Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) is widely recognised as one of the most effective forms of treatment for people coping with depression and anxiety and other emotional disorders. Together, through the application of the skills Marie has developed through her professional training and the knowledge gained through her experience/education over the years, she continues to deliver effective support to people experiencing psychological distress. Marie has two BABCP Registered CBT Supervisors. Marie has a warm interpersonal style and her enthusiasm for her work really shows!



Graduate Member - British Psychological Society (BPS) Mship no: 412852

Student Member - British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy  (BABCP)

Professional indemnity insurance.



  • Completed 1 year 2 of High Intensity Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), New Buckinghamshire University (2020-present)

  • BSc (Hons) Developmental and Educational Psychology (1st Class), Achieved Graduate Basis Chartered Membership (GBC) British Psychological Society (BPS), University of Northampton (2012)

  • Higher Education Diploma in Health and Social care, Milton Keynes College (2009) 


Employment history:

Trainee High Intensity CBT therapist (Benjamin UK), 2020-22

Assistant Psychologist (Benjamin UK Ltd), 2014-2021

Autistic Spectrum Link Worker (Brookdale) Health Care 2013-14

Mental Health Mentor (Mind BLMK), 2013-16

Associate (Aimhigher) September, 2010-11

Family Support Worker (Homestart UK), 2006-08

Children’s Advocate (Spurgeons), 2006-08

Children’s Guide (Safety Centre), 2005-06


Relevant training: 

  • CBT Strategies for working with Emotional Regulation and Self-harm: Anna Feud National Centre for Children and Families (2017)

  • Working with Anger Problems (CBT): SDS Seminars Ltd (2018)

  • A single agency course on safeguarding – Milton Keynes Safeguarding Children Board (MKSCB, 2016)

  • Child Protection, whistle Blowing and data protection: Benjamin UK Ltd (2018)

  • Planning and managing group exchanges: Aim-higher Associate Scheme, The University of Northampton (2010-11)

  • Drugs and Alcohol (Home-start UK, 2006)

  • Ligature training: Tidal Training (2018)

  • Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC): Brookdale Training Academy (2013) 

  • Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults: Brookdale Training Academy (2013)

  • Mental Health Act, Mental Capacity Act Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards: Brookdale Training Academy (2013)

  • Emergency Response First Aid: Brookdale Training Academy (2013)

  • Mental Health First Aid – Mental Health First Aid Standards (MHFA, 2015)