Clinical Psychology

What do Clinical Psychologists do?

Clinical Psychologists are highly trained scientist practitioners who help people manage and address a wide range of mental and physical health problems.

All Clinical Psychologists spend a minimum of 7 years in training. This consists of both clinical experience working with patients and academic study up to doctorate level. Our team receives regular training and supervision.

This way we stay informed and up to date with the latest science and theory behind our work. We adhere to our professional codes of confidentiality, meaning that apart from the extremely rare cases when we have to ensure an individual’s safety, all contact with us will remain confidential.

For more information on Clinical Psychologists, we recommend visiting the site for the British Psychological Society