Dr Daniel Zahl
MA (Oxon), DClin Psych (Oxon)
GMC number: HPCP Registered: PYL22824
Practicing since: 2005
- Monday 09.00 - 17.00
- Tuesday 09.00 - 17.00
- Friday 09.00 - 18.00
- Remote Consultations Available
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Dr Zahl is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist. He specializes in delivering evidence-based treatments for mental health problems including OCD, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), health anxiety, social phobia, low self-esteem, perfectionism and other mood problems/disorders. He frequently works with people where difficulties associated with Asperger’s syndrome contribute to problems as well as those with health problems such as chronic fatigue and type 1 diabetes.
He has a reputation for achieving excellent outcomes for those who have complex problems that have not responded to therapy previously. He holds consultant positions in the NHS in specialist Diabetes and Long Covid services, and has extensive experience working with people with chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) and other medically unexplained symptoms. He works as part of the Bariatric surgery service based at The Manor for many years providing pre and post-operative services.
He also provides assessment-only and medico-legal services.
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
- Common mental health problems (Depression, anxiety & associated problems)
- Bariatric surgery (pre/post)
- Fatigue: CFS/ME & Long-Covid
- Physical health problems (e.g. diabetes type 1 & type 2/obesity), persistent symptoms & insomnia
- Mental health assessment/medico-legal assessment.
Treatments and tests offered by Dr Daniel Zahl at Nuffield Health
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
- Anger management
Locations Dr Daniel Zahl works with
Dr Zahl has published research based on original research, and been involved in the delivery of a large scale treatment intervention study for chronic fatigue syndrome.
- Zahl, D., & Sanders, D. Medically Unexplained Symptoms. In The Sage Handbook of Counselling and Psychotherapy. Ed’s Feltham, C. & Horton, I. (2012) Sage: London.
- Sanders, D., Surawy, C., Zahl, D. L., Salt, H. Physical Health Settings. In Oxford Guide to Surviving as a CBT Therapist. Ed’s Mueller, M., Kennerley, H., McManus, F., & Westbrook, D. (2010), OUP.
- Hawton, K., Harriss, L., Zahl, D. L. (2006) Deaths from all causes in a long-term follow-up study of 11,583 deliberate self harm patients. Psychological Medicine, 36, 397-405.
- Harriss, L., Hawton, K. & Zahl, D. L. (2005) The value of measuring suicidal intent in the assessment of deliberate self-harm patients. British Journal of Psychiatry, 186, 60-66.
- Zahl, D. L. & Hawton, K. (2004) Repetition of deliberate self-harm and subsequent suicide risk: long-term follow-up study of 11583 patients. British Journal of Psychiatry, 185, 70-75.
- Zahl, D. L. & Hawton, K. (2004) Media Influences on Suicidal Behaviour: An Interview study of Young People. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 32, 189-198.
- Hawton, K., Zahl, D. L. & Weatherall, R. (2003) Suicide following deliberate self-harm: long-term follow-up of patients who presented to a general hospital. British Journal of Psychiatry, 182, 537-542.
- British Psychological Society
- British Association of Behavioural & Cognitive Psychotherapy
Other posts held
- Clinical Psychologist - Department of Psychological Medicine, The John Radcliffe Hospital
Insurers Dr Daniel Zahl works with
Dr Daniel Zahl works with the following private medical insurance providers:
- AXA PPP Healthcare
- Aviva Health
- Vitality Health (Pru Health)
Dr Daniel Zahl does not hold a share or financial interest in this hospital, another Nuffield Health hospital or the company.
Dr Daniel Zahl does not have a share or financial interest in equipment used at this hospital or another Nuffield Health hospital.
Dr Daniel Zahl does not hold any paid advisory role(s) at this hospital or on behalf of Nuffield Health.