Dr Rohit Dhillon

Chartered Counselling Psychologist

(Available for face to face consultations at the Leamington Spa clinic & online consultations).

Dr Rohit Dhillon is a Chartered Counselling Psychologist with the British Psychological Society and is a Registered Psychologist with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).

He completed his undergraduate degree in Psychology with Neuroscience at The University of Leicester and completed his Professional Doctorate in Counselling Psychology at City, University of London. As a psychologist, Rohit has worked in a variety of settings (including NHS, private healthcare and in academia) and with a broad range of clients. He has experience of working therapeutically with individuals experiencing a range of difficulties including depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, perfectionism and procrastination, adulthood abuse, intergenerational trauma, identity issues, cultural issues, bereavement, cancer, stress, and relationship problems.

In recent years, Rohit has worked as a Specialist Psychologist at a National Eating Disorder Service in Chelsea, London, where he offered specialist treatment for individuals suffering from anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder and body image issues. He designed and delivered the first ever group-based CBT-E intervention at Vincent Square Eating Disorder Service for individuals with Bulimia and Binge eating disorders, a programme that continues to thrive till this day.

He has also worked at University College London Hospital supporting the well-being of doctors, nurses, and other NHS staff with their mental health, emotional and practical needs to help their psychological well-being at work. He worked at the Central England Rehabilitation Unit (CERU) at Royal Leamington Spa where he developed key skills in psychometric assessments and published a paper on the specialist care within the NHS. He provides psychological therapy to students at the University of Warwick, helping them manage their stress, anxiety, low mood, perfectionism, procrastination and learning difficulties to name a few.

Alongside his work, he worked as a lecturer on the Professional Doctorate in Counselling Psychologist programme and the master’s programme at City, University of London, where he assessed, trained, and facilitated groups for trainee psychologists.

In line with the ethos of Counselling Psychology, Rohit takes a holistic and individual approach in therapy and is committed to developing a therapeutic relationship with each client. At the heart of his therapy is the development of safety, understanding, trust and respect to help each client facilitate change. He tailors his approach to your specific needs and preferences in a confidential and non-judgemental space.

In his spare time, Rohit enjoys listening to music, going to dance classes, and taking city breaks!