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(BSc Hons. CPsychol. PgDip)

About me

I am a clinical psychologist and the founder of Reflections Psychology Clinic, which is a clinical psychology service located in Derbyshire.

I provide evidence-based psychological assessment and therapy for a range of psychological and emotional difficulties. I see adults and young people and work with individuals, couples, families and organisations.

I can help with:

Depression and low mood
Anxiety and phobias
Psychosexual and relationship difficulties
Family issues
Low self-esteem/confidence
Neuropsychological conditions
Interpersonal Difficulties
Adjustment Difficulties
Physical health difficulties (adjustment/distress)
Substance misuse (e.g. alcohol and drugs)
Eating Disorders
Work related stress

This list is not exhaustive and therefore does not include all the difficulties I can offer support with. At times people find it difficult to name the difficulties they are experiencing. I can discuss this with you during our initial conversation.

Therapies I offer:

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR)
Psychosexual Therapy
Systemic Therapy
Couples' therapy
Integrative Therapy
Neuropsychological Assessment/Rehabilitation

I accept referrals from self-funding clients as well as all major health insurers.

Training, qualifications & experience

Relevant Qualifications and Training
2019 Completion of training in Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR)
2017 Diploma in Neuropsychology, University of Glasgow
2010 Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (DClinPsy), University of East London
2002 BSc Psychology and English Hons, University of Derby

I am a qualified Clinical Psychologist and the founder of Reflections Psychology Clinic. I am a Chartered Psychologist with the Health Care Professions Council (HCPC) and have chartered membership of the British Psychological Society (BPS). I trained and worked in the NHS in London for 14 years. I also worked privately for a Harley Street clinic during this time. Since relocating to the Midlands, I have worked in both the NHS and private practice.

I have many years of experience working with clients who have a range of psychological difficulties, from mild and moderate to more severe, longer-standing issues. Having trained in a variety of psychological approaches (e.g. CBT, systemic approaches, EMDR) I am able to tailor therapy to suit an individual’s needs. I am experienced in supporting larger organisations and individuals working in the corporate sector around work-related issues.

Following a doctorate in clinical psychology, I undertook the Clinical Neuropsychology Postgraduate Diploma in Glasgow. This has enabled me to integrate specialist neuropsychological assessment into my work. I can provide support to individuals and carers around neuropsychological conditions and their neuro-rehabilitation needs.

I have extensive experience of working in sexual health/psychosexual clinics in London. I am able to work holistically providing psychological support along with behavioural programmes to help individuals overcome psychosexual concerns (e.g. erection difficulties and vaginismus). I work with both individuals and couples.

As part of my NHS role in London, I was the lead for the neuropsychological service of a larger health department. I was involved in teaching, training and supervision of my colleagues. I continue to provide supervision and consultation.

I am a warm, empathic practitioner. Having worked in a diverse range of settings with people from all walks of life, I am sensitive to the context of people’s difficulties and consider issues related to age, gender, sexuality and culture. I work holistically to consider all aspects of a person’s wellbeing.

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Areas of counselling I deal with


Additional information

Fees are by arrangement and the full costs will be discussed and confirmed to you prior to your first assessment.

The current standard fee per session is £110.  All sessions are 50 minutes duration unless otherwise discussed.  Report and letter writing is charged at the same rate for the time taken.

Fees are payable by bank transfer, cash or cheque in advance or on the day of each appointment. At our discretion fees can be invoiced monthly and this can be discussed at your appointment.

When I work

Monday-Friday 9am-5pm

Reflections Psychology Clinic, Willington Surgery, Derbyshire, DE65

Type of session

In person

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme

Key details

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