Philip Hill



Philip Hill is a registered psychoanalyst, writer and teacher with over 25 years clinical experience. He has worked in the NHS and a range of other contexts and runs a private clinic in North London. Prospective patients are invited to get in touch using the details below.

Philip trained with the UK's first Lacanian training organisation, the Centre for Freudian Analysis and Research (CFAR) of which he is a member. He is also a member of the Site for Contemporary Psychoanalysis. Philip is a member of the UK Council for Psychotherapy. and has taught theory and clinical technique in the UK and overseas.

Philip is the author of two books on Lacan and psychoanalysis, and is currently working on two more. Philip studied Psychology and Philosophy at the University of Warwick.



Contact details

If you are interested in finding out more about psychoanalysis or Philip's clinic, please contact him by calling 07791 305 785. The clinic is located in North London, within easy walking distance of Highgate tube.




Lacan for Beginners, 1997 (reprinted 2012), Writers and Readers, London.

Using Lacanian Clinical Technique, An Introduction, 2002, Press for the Habilitation of Psychoanalysis, London; copies available from the psychoanalysis bookshop Karnac.




Philip is currently working on two books that take Freud and Lacan's ideas and apply them to immunology, and to the history of science.