Dr Sarah Hyland (Clinical Psychologist)
I am able to offer once a week therapy sessions for adults struggling with emotional and relational difficulties. I am predominately psychodynamic in my approach, however I have been trained in a number of other models.
I have an interest in working with women who are struggling during pregnancy, have experienced traumatic births and women who are anxious or have feelings of not being able to cope post birth.
I am happy to talk further with anybody struggling with pre and/or post birth difficulties. Do contact me and I can arrange a time to speak with you.
Due to the current Covid-19 pandemic I am not able to take on new clients for face to face work. I am monitoring professional body and government guidance regularly. I do have a waiting list available for when the risks are deemed to be lower and I can resume psychotherapeutic work. I understand that this can feel disappointing when you are seeking help. Please do get in touch if you would like to discuss things further with me.
Training, qualifications & experience
DClinPsy 2011 University of Birmingham
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Areas of counselling I deal with