Clinical Psychologist

Psychological Therapy

A clinical psychologist aims to reduce distress and improve an individual’s psychological wellbeing for a variety of mental health or physical health conditions including,

  • anxiety
  • depression
  • trauma
  • PTSD
  • Emotional/ interpersonal challenges
  • adjustment to physical illness
  • addictive behaviours
  • eating disorders
  • personal and family relationship problems
  • personality disorders

Clinical psychologists often work with individuals or couples in order to assess their difficulties, consider factors which have led to these difficulties and determine a suitable personalised treatment plan.

Clinical psychologists are trained from a number of different treatment modalities and approaches and can draw on each of these during therapy, to ensure treatment is person centred and focused. 

I am a Registered Clinical Psychologist and a Chartered Psychologist, who is experienced in working with adults and young adults. I provide assessment and therapeutic intervention for a range of common psychological issues (All listed above) I specialise in Trauma (PTSD) and working with adults with emotional/interpersonal problems linked to childhood.

I utilise several therapeutic approaches including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Eye Movement Desensitisation & Reprocessing (EMDR), Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT) and Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT). I do however believe and have a passion in ensuring any intervention is tailored to the individual and their own needs; making my approach 100 per cent person centred.

 

I can offer sessions on a weekly or fortnightly basis either in person or online. I also accept most medical insurances.

For more information please click here for website: https://www.aibpsychology.com/

Or email on: abrough121@gmail.com or call for a free 15 minute consultation on: 07508873559