About Matt

Head Partner: Matt Broadway-Horner is a registered psychotherapist & scientist, author and researcher in applied psychology

 Matt is fully qualified Cognitive Behaviour Psychotherapist and has experience since 2001 to treat many conditions like anxiety, depression and trauma.  He has written self help books on the subjects of depression and anxiety. He has also been interviewed for women’s and lifestyle magazines on topics like sleep problems, and the importance on managing your own mood. Between 2006 – 2016 Matt was, the Director of Clinical and Wellbeing services at CBT in the City HQ in Mayfair London, which he loved and enjoyed very much.

Matt has made understanding and improving human condition and relationships the focus of his professional life since receiving his qualifications and has worked with celebrities, pop stars, actors, royalty and politicians. It was an honour to be asked to become part of many projects like the Long Terms Condition project for the Department of Health in 2013, implementing a restructure within a London IAPT service. He has also worked with UCL principal researchers 2009 in projects for people with mild learning disabilities receiving CBT for the treatment of anxiety, trauma and depression. The 1st UCL project, working on a study for older people with trauma in 2007.

He was also one of the first therapists to train and supervise the 1st generation of CBT therapists in government initiative to create IAPT services (Increased Access to Psychological Therapies) from 2007 – 2013. He was the Senior lecturer and module leader for complex mental health problems for 6 years on the MSc Cognitive Behaviour Therapy at University of Hertfordshire.

In 2006 he left the NHS working in addictions to work at the Priory hospital north London to learn the work with Rob Wilson & Dr David Veale in the field of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Body Dysmorphia Disorder, Vomit Phobia, Hoarding and Health Anxiety through individual and group therapy.

In the NHS Matt worked with acute problems like psychosis, self-harming and addictions. He worked in inpatient wards, community services and within a therapeutic community based in Sutton, UK. Contact Matt

Matt has also written a few books, including How to Manage Depression Using CBT by Broadway-Horner & Thomson published by Wiley, Managing Depression Using Mindfulness based Cognitive Therapy & Managing Anxiety Using Mindfulness based Cognitive Therapy both Published by CreateSpace. And finally a 4th book in press Pocket Book of Panic by Harris & Broadway-Horner by Sheldon Press.

Academic literature published is on topics of diverse communities like ageing LGBT and mental health is Matt’s main passion whilst working as a scholar and researcher at Goldsmiths College, University of London.