Dr. Tom Mountjoy is a Registered Clinical Psychologist and Chartered Psychologist with substantial experience across mental health, clinical health psychology, and neuropsychology settings. He provides assessment and therapy input covering a range of psychological issues (including treatment for anxiety and depression, and other mental health conditions), as well as workplace difficulties.
Tom has additional interests in acquired brain injury, neurological conditions, chronic health conditions, medically unexplained symptoms and neurological-like symptoms, and adjustment to living with a disability.
In terms of therapeutic approach, he predominantly uses Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) informed approaches but adopts an integrative style.
Areas of interest:
Mental Health, including:
• Depression and low-mood
• Stress and adjustment to difficult life events
• Panic Attacks
• Self-esteem and assertiveness
• The psychological impact of living with physical health conditions such as neurological conditions (such as acquired brain injury, multiple sclerosis, brain tumours, stroke), chronic health conditions, and medically unexplained and neurological-like symptoms (such as non-epileptic attacks and functional movement disorders)
• Living with other difficulties related to health conditions, such as chronic pain and issues relating to self-identity
• Workplace stress management
• Developing resilience
• Managing work-life balance
• Specialist assessment and support
Tom works across West Yorkshire and sees individuals aged 18 upwards.
Training, qualifications & experience
Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (D.Clin.Psychol) - University of Leeds
Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Neuropsychology (PGDip) - University of Glasgow
Bachelor of Science in Psychology & Sociology - Joint Honours (B.Sc. Hons.) - 1st Class - University of Leeds
Chartered Psychologist (CPsychol.) - British Psychological Society
Registered Clinical Psychologist - Health and Care Professions Council
Current NHS post:
Principal Clinical Psychologist & Neuropsychology Pathway Lead, Community Mental Health Psychology Services, Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust
Registered / Accredited
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Health and Care Professions Council
The HCPC are an independent, UK-wide health regulator. They set standards of professional training, performance and conduct for 16 professions.
They keep a register of health professionals who meet their standards, and they take action if registered health professionals fall below those standards. They were created by a piece of legislation called the Health Professions Order 2001.
Registration means that a health professional meets national standards for their professional training, performance and conduct.
Areas of counselling I deal with
Tom works across West Yorkshire and sees individuals aged 18 upwards. He is registered with a number of insurance firms and also works with self-funding clients.