Alison Lane

CPsychol, AFBPsS, MSc, BA (Hons)

I am a Chartered Clinical Psychologist offering assessment, treatment and therapy in Esher and Guildford, Surrey & Petersfield in Hampshire. I can offer daytime, evenings and Saturday morning appointments. I am registered with most health insurance providers (see Terms and Conditions page). Call for an initial discussion to see if I am the right person to work with you.

I help people with

  • Anxiety disorders (e.g. general or health anxiety), stress, worry

  • Depression and low mood

  • Relationship difficulties

  • OCD, intrusive thinking

  • Trauma

  • Phobias

  • Social anxiety, confidence building, low self-esteem

  • Sexual health and functioning (e.g. difficulties with arousal, sexual satisfaction, sexual pain, sexual assault)

  • Concerns about compulsive sexual behaviours

  • Pain management

  • Health anxiety and issues

  • Social anxiety, confidence building, low self-esteem

  • Bereavement

About me

I am passionate about helping people to make sense of their difficulties so they can work towards valued and meaningful changes. I will listen with empathy and without judgement to help you identify a way forward. My role starts with ensuring you feel safe and understood so we can begin to explore what challenges you.

I am a Chartered Clinical Psychologist registered and regulated by the British Psychological Society (BPS) and the Health Professions Council (HCPC).  Registration details and the code of practice and ethics to which I adhere may be viewed on the BPS website and the

HCPC Registration: PYL16067

BPS Membership number: 36003


Clinical Experience

Qualifying in 1992 I have worked across a range of different specialities and services. I have specialist training and experience working in pain management, sexual health and physical health conditions and neuropsychology. Whilst I have wide-ranging expertise helping individuals manage the psychological and emotional challenges that accompany chronic and physical health conditions, I am also able to help those with purely psychological difficulties. I will help you explore, understand and improve your psychological well-being.

Clinical Psychology explained

Clinical Psychologists have extensive training and are able to assess and treat a range of difficulties drawing on many multiple models and approaches. This allows us to develop an individualised formulation for treatment. Clinical Psychologists have a first degree in Psychology and then after undertaking relevant work experience, complete doctoral level training. Clinical Psychologists work in partnership with you to reduce distress and enhance and promote psychological well-being.