What we do

Clinical psychology

Tim provides comprehensive psychological assessments and evidence based therapy, in accordance with the guidelines set by the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE). Initial assessments of treatment suitability are offered to identify effective treatment plans and methods of intervention.

Areas of specialism include:

  • Psychological trauma & personal injury
  • Psychological adjustment
  • Cognitive rehabilitation
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Stress related illnesses
  • Chronic pain conditions

Tim regularly works within the case management framework providing psychological therapy. Tim specialises in mental health, risk assessment, acquired brain injury, chronic pain, and systemic issues. Tim is experienced in facilitating inter-disciplinary team working around complex cases, and regularly supervises clinical teams. Tim is trained in trauma focussed approaches to psychological therapy, including EMDR. Tim brings experience in mediation and conflict resolution to his work.

Tim regularly carries out medico-legal assessments for the court and is experienced in assessing the psychological impact of personal injury (including chronic pain), work related stress, clinical negligence, and adjustment to significant life events. Tim provides other expert witness assessments including psychological state, cognitive functioning, mental capacity, and is experienced giving evidence in Court.

Tim has experience of working at an organisational level supporting team development and the psychological well-being of employees and care staff. Tim delivers regular training, supervision and teaching.

Counselling, therapeutic coaching, counselling supervision

Harriet is an integrative practitioner offering both short-term well-being interventions and longer term psychotherapeutic counselling. She also has training and experience in coaching and can draw on a wide range of approaches to match the unique needs of her clients.

Harriet is an accredited BACP counsellor and has lots of experience working with people across health, education and charity settings, as well as in private practice. For many years the majority of Harriet’s work has been with young people between 16 and 25, most recently in the university sector.

As well as having completed additional training to work with young people, she has specific knowledge and experience of working with neurodiverse individuals, informed by having been a speech and language therapist prior to becoming a counsellor.

Harriet’s clients are often people who are struggling to manage or make sense of life transitions, such as changes to relationships or work, moving from one phase of life to another, family difficulties or identity questions.

Harriet also offers clinical supervision to counsellors and other health professionals.

Services we offer