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Clinical Psychology

Clinical Psychology

Clinical psychologists are required to have statutory registration with the Health Care and Professionals Council (HCPC). Clinical psychologists complete a doctoral level training accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS). They are trained in the full range of psychological theories and models i.e. Cognitive, Behavioral, Systemic and Psychodynamic theory and practice. They work confidentially, safely and use psychological treatments to alleviate emotional and psychological distress. They are trained and qualified to work across the age span, as well as all areas of mental health difficulties including neuropsychology and co-morbid health difficulties.

Of significance they are particularly trained to provide evidence-based treatments and are trained to understand the scientific literature/research which demonstrate treatment effectiveness and efficacy. Having been funded by the NHS they have particular expertise in mental illness and can skillfully navigate statutory metal health services. Many clinical psychologists go on to specialise in specific areas and undergo further specialist training. They are required by the BPS and HCPC to routinely keep up to date with the current evidence base practice and the latest treatment developments.


Paola: Thursday 1-5pm
Aysha: Saturday 9.30am-1.30pm