My preference is to work and supervise from the client's formulation rather than protocol, leaning towards metacognitive, transdiagnostic and third-wave CBT approaches. My IPT training means that there is an additional focus on relational and interpersonal factors and a specialism in working with moderate-severe depression. I believe in providing high-quality, effective individualised CBT and I will work collaboratively with you to achieve this in your own practice.
- Significant risk and safeguarding clinical background
- Previous Guest Lecturing Experience
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