I gained my M.A. (Honours) in Psychology in 1991 and my professional doctorate (D.Clin.Psych.) in 1996 and have been providing psychological services to those in need ever since. The majority of my work has been within the NHS, providing therapy and psychological interventions to adults with a range of mental health challenges (such as anxiety, depression and PTSD), but I have also worked within children's services and in the private sector.
In recent years I have developed a particular interest in working with adults on the autistic spectrum or are otherwise neurodiverse, providing specialist diagnostic assessment and therapy. I have worked with and listened carefully to a lot of autistic people, both in and out of work. I strive to ensure my practice is as autism friendly as possible - however I am always learning!
I am a member of the British Psychological Society and also registered with the HCPC, the body that regulates health and care professions.
Please see my Psychology Today profile for further information.