After working in GP practices for a number of years as a mental health worker, I undertook a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Lancaster University. I completed this in 2012 and took at job working in a Community Mental Health team providing psychological therapy to individuals experiencing complex mental health problems. I currently work as a Clinical Psychologist  at James Cook University Hospital providing psychological therapy to patients within the Pain Management Service, Rheumatology Service and the Spinal Injuries Unit.

Academic Qualifications

Doctorate in Clinical Psychology - Lancaster University - 2012

Postgraduate Certificate in Psychological Research Methods - Open University - 2007

Diploma in Psychology (Conversion for Graduates) - Open University - 2006

Postgraduate Certificate in Primary Care

Mental Health Practice - University of Central Lancashire - 2004

BA Psychology - University of British Columbia, Canada - 2001

Therapy Qualifications

Motivational Interviewing Training - 2014

Foundational Training in Dialectical Behaviour Therapy - 2012

Psychodynamic Interpersonal Therapy - 2012

Cognitive-Analytic Therapy Skills Training - 2009

Certificate in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy - 2005

About Me

Darlington Psychology