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Dr Roberta Babb
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Dr Roberta Babb

Clinical Psychologist & Psychotherapist

“Think about therapy as a series of opportunities to focus on you, and the topics that are important to you”


years' experience

Qualifications 🏅

  • BSc (Hons) in: Psychology
  • MSc in: Forensic Psychology
  • Professional Doctorate in: Clinical Psychology
  • Postgraduate Diploma in: Clinical Supervision and Consultancy
  • Postgraduate Diploma in: Executive Coaching and Organizational Consulting
  • Professional Qualification in: Forensic Psychodynamic Psychotherapy
  • Postgraduate Certificate in: Trauma Therapy

Affiliates 🤝

  • Affiliated with: HCPC (Health and Care Professions Council)
  • Affiliated with: BPS (British Psychological Society)
  • Affiliated with: BPC (British Psychoanalytic Council)
  • Affiliated with: Association for Business Psychology

Q&A with Dr Roberta Babb

Dr Roberta Babb

Clinical Psychologist & Psychotherapist

Where are you from?

London, UK.

Tell us more about your role – what does your day look like?

Every day is different for me as my practice is varied, and that is one of the things I love about my job. I get the opportunity to work with people in different environments and I am always looking for ways to bring psychological thinking to different spaces, difficulties and people.

Throughout the week I offer therapy, wellness coaching, supervision, reflective practice, and training.   

I offer therapy to individuals and couples, and I also offer group therapy for men with compulsive/problematic sexual behaviors.

One thing I do every day is to make sure I take some time for myself to move. This includes working out, jump roping, yoga, and walking. As I spend a lot of time sitting down, being physically active is a great way for me to align my mind and body and manage my stress levels.

What one piece of advice would you give to someone who doesn’t know if therapy is right for them?

Think about therapy as a series of opportunities to focus on you, and the topics that are important to you. 

What do you love most about your job?

The fact that I have the privilege (on a daily basis) of being able to listen to people’s stories and help them think differently about a variety of issues.

What drew you to work with Mojo?

Mojo’s whole-person approach to sexual issues (a holistic, patient-centered approach which uses diverse resources to deliver emotional, physical, behavioral, and social wellbeing solutions). 

What’s your favorite Mojo course?

I do not have one. They are all really good and it is hard to choose.

Tell us something that not many people know about you...

My guilty pleasure is Haribo sweets.

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