Dr Julie Hare, Clinical Psychologist
I am a Clinical Psychologist with 15 years post qualified experience in the NHS. I am experienced in using psychological therapies to help individuals, couples, families and older people presenting with a wide range of mental health distress. I am interested in issues around self esteem/identity/culture, childhood neglect, trauma, difficult relationships, mood problems and managing long term health conditions. I also work with adults with ASD/ADHD. In addition to working with distress I offer ‘life reflection’ sessions for individuals who just need a space to ‘pause’ and think about their wellbeing, and for self development.
My specialist interest is therapies and I draw from a number of models to integrate what is helpful for the individual I am working with. My approach is reflective and gentle, but also honest and not shying away from safely talking about things that are traumatic or more difficult to talk about. I enjoy working working with people of all ages and backgrounds.
Aside from being a Clinical Psychologist I am also a home-educating mummy, which is a challenging but beautiful experience - I feel very privileged to have this role. I have a mixed cultural background as although I am British I grew up abroad, and my family life continues to be a mixture of cultures with my husband originating from Fiji. I am a Christian.
Training, qualifications & experience
Most significant qualifications/training:
Family Therapy and Systemic Practice (Postgraduate Certificate), 2014, Anglia Ruskin University
Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (Clin. Psy. D), 2006, University of East Anglia, Norwich
Degree in Psychology with Health Psychology (B.S.c), 2000, University of Wales, Bangor
Registered / Accredited
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Health and Care Professions Council
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Registration means that a health professional meets national standards for their professional training, performance and conduct.
Areas of counselling I deal with
£120.00 per session
Free initial telephone session
I offer a free 20 minute consultation, to enable us to briefly meet and see if we are a good fit for working together.
£120 per session (for individuals, couples, or families)
I currently have some immediate online availability. I work on a weekday evening or on Saturday.
I am a registered provider for a number of insurance companies, including:
- AXA PPP Healthcare
- Vitality Health
- Aetna Global Benefits
- General and Medical