Dr Caroline Harris, Clinical Psychologist, DClinPsychol.
Caroline can has been using on-line therapy for a number of years and is able to offer this for clients who are prefering this as a means to access therapy.
Caroline also has a clinic at Heworth Osteopathic Practice, 75 East Parade, York, YO31 7YB.
Caroline is a Clinical Pychologist who takes referrals from York, Knaresborough and Easingwold and surrounding areas. These include all anxiety conditions, PTSD and other trauma conditions, depression, OCD, self harm, chronic fatigue, work related burnout, IBS and chronic pain.
Caroline currently works with children and adults and their families with a wide range of psychological, mental and physical health conditions. She has specialist experience in all physical health conditions especially in respiratory conditions, gastroenterology (IBS and IBD) and chronic pain conditions and trauma presentations. Her systemic approaches mean she works with attachment issues in adult or child. Caroline has worked in a range of physical and mental health care settings across the life span over the past 25 years.
Caroline offers face-to-face therapy alongside telephone and online therapy.
Training, qualifications & experience
Caroline studied at the University of Leicester (BSCHons) and the University of Leeds (DClinPsychol) qualifying as a clinical psychologist in 2002. She is HCPC and BPS registered.
She worked in neurorehab, neuropsychology (epilepsy), learning difficultes and severe and enduring mental health as an assistant in between qualifications.
Since qualifying she has worked with children with disabilities and liver problems including offering pre and post liver transplant assessments for babies and children up to the age of 19 years.
Caroline offered a comprehensive assessment, formulation and intervention service for adults and children with Cystic Fibrosis and their families between 2004 and 2016. This has included intervention for endstage healthcare and specialist assessment for annual MDT reviews and referral for transplant.
She has provided group and individual assessment and therapy for people with longstanding pain, gastroenterology conditions which also includes assessment and group therapy for individuals being assessed for spinal cord stimulators.
Caroline currently works across the lifespan from young children to older adults (and their families) with a wide range of psychological, mental and physical health problems. She offers a comprehensive service, readily signposting individuals and their families to relevant NHS services (if available) and is keen to liaise with other health and educational professionals involved. Intensive input is offered if required and indicated. Caroline works within a wide range of psychological therapies including CBT (including TF-CBT), ACT. MI and systemic therapies (including attachment issues). Caroline has been offering on-line therapy for a number of years now which is suited to many people. Caroline has also worked for a mental health app.
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British Psychological Society
British Psychological Society
Areas of counselling I deal with
Other areas of counselling I deal with
I also undertake expert witness work for medico-legal cases, mainly one incident trauma cases.
My fees are £90 an hour but I can offer a one off 30 minute phone call as initial contact to ensure an assessment is indicated at a cost of £30.
I work at three different clinics over the week (York as well as the above), but work every day and later late afternoon / early evening in Easingwold for after school appointments.
To get things started please either email, text or ring. We can discuss what happens with the next step or just book in the assessment session. An assessment appointment aims to identify what intervention would be most helpful or indeed if there are NHS services you could access. Many people like weekly or fortnightly sessions in the first instance but I am flexible and can fit in with individual's needs. I look forward to hearing from you!