What is a Clinical Psychologist?

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Clinical psychologists undergo comprehensive clinical training that includes a Bachelor's degree, a Doctoral level training programme and further years of study. Alongside this, work experience is gained in several areas to ensure a wide knowledge base. This extensive training means that by choosing to see a clinical psychologist, you are entrusting a professional who has high levels of training and experience in research and therapy practice.

Clinical Psychologists draw on a variety of psychological models, research findings and treatment guidelines when working with their clients. This, combined with taking the time to understand a client's current presentation, history and future aspirations,  forms a client's "formulation". Individually-tailored treatment programmes based on a client's formulation then help to steer a client towards better psychological health and wellbeing.

What We Offer

We draw on different therapeutic approaches and techniques to meet individual needs. These include; 

  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
  • Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT)
  • Eye Movement Desensitised and Reprocessing (EMDR)
  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
  • Mindfulness -Person-centred Therapy
  • Video Interactive Guidance (VIG)
  • Family / systemic approaches

We work with children, young people and adults. Sessions can take place on a 1:1 basis or as part of a couple or a family / group.

For Individuals, Couples & Families


We can support you with; mental health difficulties, relationship and family concerns, work-related stress, trauma, lifestyle changes and general wellbeing.

For Organisations & Professionals


We are able to provide clinical supervision, training packages and consultation. We also have experience of working with not-for-profit organisations providing bespoke therapeutic groups for their customers.

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