I am a Clinical Psychologist trained as a Relational Psychodynamic Psychotherapist with a special focus on Attachment. I have worked in both inpatient and community mental health settings as well as seeing private clients. My practice specialises in complex and difficult to treat clients, but incorporates a wide range of psychological, emotional and behavioural presentations. I have completed the British Psychological Society's Supervision training and am on their register. Through my Lead Psychologist roles, I have offered supervision to Clinical, Forensic and Counselling Psychologists as well as to Assistant Psychologists and Trainees. In addition, I have supervised community workers, Arts Psychotherapists and Counsellors. I keep developing my skills with ongoing training in various fields and in Supervision Practice; particularly in offering supervision within the psychodynamic modality.
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