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I arrived a little later to the career of Clinical Psychologist and had already had two, relatively successful, careers by the time I decided to embark on the training. However, this is by far my favourite and the one that fills me with immense satisfaction. 


Post qualification I spent many years working in NHS settings with children and families as part of a CAMHS team and also as part of specialist paediatric teams, whilst maintaining a healthy private practice where I worked with adults with a range of mental health difficulties and children and families.

To strive for a better working life balance I have now committed solely to my private practice, which is where I hope to meet you if you feel I could help you to improve your psychological well-being. 

Another important part of my life is that I am a mum of twin boys, a wife, a daughter and a sister. All of which are roles that are extremely important to me and make me the person I am.

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This is purely for your reassurance and understanding as there are many types of psychologists. I am a Clinical Psychologist and regulated by the Health and Care Professions Council (membership number PYL24596). 

I have the following qualifications:

BSc in Psychology

MSc in Applied Psychology

DClinPsych - Doctorate in Clinical Psychology 

I am also a BABCP accredited therapist and a Chartered Psychologist with the British Psychological Society. 

I am a registered supervisor with the British Psychological Society (BPS)

I am eligible to supervise those who are practising within a CBT framework

I have a wealth of experience supervising allied health professionals; designated mental health leads; designated safeguarding leads; pastoral teams and a wide range of professionals from third sector organisations. 

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