Dr Helen Galloway, Clinical Psychologist
I am an accredited, experienced Clinical Psychologist, registered with the HCPC. I am Co-Director of The St Andrews Practice, a private service that provides Clinical Psychology and Psychiatry to adults in North East Fife and the surrounding areas. I use a range of evidence based therapeutic models including EMDR, Schema Therapy, Compassion Focussed Therapy and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. I will work collaboratively to help you understand your difficulties and find ways to resolve them and improve your quality of life. I work primarily with adults with a range of mental health difficulties including anxiety, panic, depression, relationship difficulties, PTSD and reactions to traumatic experiences, phobias, OCD, intrusive thoughts, work and exam stress, attachment difficulties and more. The St Andrews Practice also provides multi-disciplinary ASD and ADHD assessments for adults. Please visit our website to arrange an appointment. www.thestandrewspractice.com
Training, qualifications & experience
I completed my undergraduate MA(Hons) degree in psychology at Glasgow University in 2007, my Masters Degree in Public Health at Dundee University in 2011, and my Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the University of Edinburgh in 2015. I have worked in the NHS for ten years in a range of general adult and specialist mental health services, across three different health boards in Scotland. Most of my experience has involved working within Community Mental Health Teams, and inpatient services, undertaking individual and group interventions with adults with moderate to severe mental health difficulties.
Registered / Accredited
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Health and Care Professions Council
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Areas of counselling I deal with
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