Dr Amani Zarroug

Services, therapies, and modalities
Music / arts / performance health, CBT Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Couples therapy, Individual therapy, Performance Psychology, Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Relationship Therapy
Regions Covered
London, Central London, North London, Online/Telephone/Remote
London, St John’s Wood / Tottenham Court Road
MSc in Psychosexual and Relationship Therapy, Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, Diploma in Psychology Conversion Course, MSc in Cognitive Neuropsychology, BA (Hons) Psychology with Combined Studies, HCPC, COSRT
Registration, insurance and DBS checks
Current professional registration, insurance and DBS status unconfirmed – we advise you to check these details with this practitioner

Dr Amani Zarroug is an experienced Clinical Psychologist and Relationship and Psychosexual Therapist. She uses CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy), Psychodynamic Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Systemic Therapy, Schema Therapy, and Personal Construct Therapy, providing a therapeutic approach tailored to each client.

She has helped people with anxiety, depression, eating disorders, bereavement and loss, gender and sexuality identity issues, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), physical health concerns, phobias, psychosexual and relationship therapy, and general life transitions.

As a Relationship and Psychosexual therapist, Amani works with individuals and couples to improve the quality of their relationships, their communication, and their sexual satisfaction.

“I believe that artists may have a specific requirement for therapeutic support which acknowledges their creative flare and I enjoy working with people in the creative industries. I am a Sudanese second generation immigrant. I moved to London at the age of four, and attended an American School. I speak English and Arabic. I work with people from all sexual orientations, and gender identifications. I also work with monogamous and polyamorous couples and individuals. Because of my upbringing I am acutely aware of the complexities of cultural and gender identities. These are aspects which I believe are important to be present in the therapeutic relationship to the degree to which the client would like them to be.”

Amani has experience as a singer, attended music school, and has worked with a number of bands.