Collective Psychology is based in Sevenoaks, Kent and offers face to face, online and telephone appointments.
Collective Psychology was started by Dr Jo Douglas in 2018. Since then we have supported many people with their mental health and emotional wellbeing
through the use of evidence-based therapies and a warm, empathetic and
non-judgemental approach. We are a team of highly skilled Clinical and Counselling Psychologists and Psychotherapists and our focus is on providing highly effective evidence-based therapies which have been individually tailored to suit your needs.
I have been working therapeutically for over 10 years within the NHS, private and voluntary sector. I specialise in a number of different therapies – including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR), systemic therapy, narrative therapy and mindfulness – and have expertise in working with a number of client groups and with a range of difficulties.
I pride myself on my ability to help my clients feel at ease and highly privilege developing a strong therapeutic relationship. My personable, warm and empathetic nature has helped many people to overcome the difficulties holding them back in life. I look forward to meeting you and developing a holistic and individualised plan in therapy to help you reach your goals.
My name is Dr Jo Douglas and I am a Clinical Psychologist and director of Collective Psychology.
“You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view. Until you climb inside of his skin and walk around in it” — To Kill a Mockingbird
My name is Dr Stacey-Marie Campbell and I am a Clinical Psychologist working with Collective Psychology. I specialise in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Trauma-Focused CBT. I also work integratively using Mindfulness informed practices, Narrative Therapy and where appropriate I like to include family members to work systemically. I hope to offer a warm, non-judgemental space where we can think together about your goals for therapy and use the above models and others to tailor the sessions to suit your needs.
I have worked therapeutically within the NHS for over 10 years and during that time I have had the privilege of supporting individuals of all ages. Most recently I have spent the majority of my time within Children and Young People’s Mental Health Services supporting young people experiencing mental health difficulties, carrying out neurodevelopmental assessments and supporting those with comorbid mental health and neurodevelopmental difficulties
Having worked therapeutically within in the NHS for over 10 years I am trained in many therapeutic approaches including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Compassion Focused Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Mindfulness, Narrative and Trauma focused CBT. I work integratively, using the approach and strategies that fit for the client and their difficulties. I primarily work with children and young adults, including those with neurodevelopmental difficulties such as Autism and ADHD, and also have experience working with a range of client groups and presentations. I offer individual therapy and often work systemically with family members where appropriate.
I provide a warm, non-judgmental space where we can explore difficulties and develop a person-centered and empathetic plan to work towards therapeutic goals.
I’m a specialist Clinical Psychologist with more than 12 years working therapeutically in the NHS. Since qualifying, I have worked for over 9 years within Child and Adolescent mental health (CAMHS) and Child Development Services. Alongside my private work I also work part time as a Senior Psychologist within an NHS CAMHS service. I have a passion for working with young people and their families and have extensive experience in providing support for a range of difficulties including (but not limited to) anxiety, depression, self-esteem issues, OCD, ASD, self -harm and PTSD. I also have significant experience of providing assessments for Autism Spectrum Condition and support following diagnosis.
I offer a warm, compassionate and honest approach and believe in working collaboratively with young people and families to address their specific needs and goals. I am trained in a variety of evidence-based therapeutic approaches such as CBT, mindfulness-based interventions and narrative exposure therapy. I am also an accredited practitioner in Interpersonal Therapy for Adolescents (IPT-A) and in Dialectical Behaviour therapy (DBT). My years of training and clinical experience enable me to draw upon a range of approaches to find an individualized treatment plan that is tailored for each young person/family.
I am registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and with The British Psychological Society (BPS).
My name is Dr Noora Hussain and I am a Counselling Psychologist working with Collective Psychology. I am trained integratively, specialising in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, and Person Centred Therapy. I am also trained in Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy, which aims to help people with emotional and relationship problems.
I have had the pleasure of working therapeutically in the NHS supporting young people with mild to moderate mental health difficulties. I believe that the most important component of therapy is to facilitate a space for my clients to feel heard and supported with compassion. I look forward to supporting my clients to develop greater understanding of their difficulties and find more adaptive ways of coping, guided by trust, empathy, and understanding.
I have worked clinically in the NHS for over 6 years, and since qualifying as a Clinical Psychologist I have worked in an Eating Disorder Service for Children and Young People. I therefore specialise in working with people experiencing distress around eating and body image. I also have a strong interest in working with adults and young people with a range of difficulties including anxiety, low mood, low self-esteem and trauma.
I focus on working in a collaborative, warm style, that is motivational, flexible and tailored to your individual goals. I draw on a range of evidence-based approaches including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT) and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT). I work individually and/or systemically with parents and families where appropriate. I look forward to working together with you to reach your therapy goals.
My Name is Dr Claire Collins and I am a Counselling Psychologist. I am chartered by the British Psychological Society (BPS) and registered by the Health Care
Professional Council (HCPC). I have 8 years of experience working both within the NHS and the
I draw on an integrative approach to my practice, incorporating Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Psychodynamic and person-centred theories. This allows for an individualised approach to your unique experience.
I have significant experience working successfully with a range of people across the life-span who have a variety of presentations. These have included anxiety, depression, work related stress, OCD, loss and trauma. I offer a safe, confidential space to explore issues and work collaboratively towards positive outcomes.
My name is Dr Hannah Harrison-Rowe, I am Clinical Psychologist working with Collective Psychology.
With over 10 years of experience across private healthcare and NHS settings, I have supported a
comprehensive range of individuals with different presentations, abilities and social situations. Since
qualifying, I have worked in the NHS supporting people with a learning disability, mental health needs
and/or neurodevelopmental difficulties.
I draw on a number of psychological models including, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT),
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT), as well as Narrative and Systemic approaches. I value working collaboratively, bringing together different ideas and give consideration to the breadth of psychological theories and models, which can be tailored to address a person’s individual needs. I hope to build a strong therapeutic relationship with you so that we can work together to develop a shared understanding of your difficulties and address your goals.
I have over 7 years of experience working with individuals across the lifespan in both the NHS and private mental health services. I am experienced in supporting people through a range of problems, including depression, anxiety, trauma, bereavement, work-related stress, relationship issues, and physical health problems. I draw upon various evidence-based approaches in my work, including Cognitive Analytic Therapy, Compassion Focussed Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Mindfulness and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy.
I provide a warm, safe, and supportive space for clients to talk about their experiences and develop a deeper understanding of their difficulties. I support clients to develop skills and techniques to alleviate difficult feelings, enhance wellbeing and bring about long lasting change.
(Grace offers online appointments only)
I’m a clinical psychologist offering private therapy alongside my role in the NHS. I draw on personal and professional experience to offer guidance within a warm, non-judgemental space. I like to work together with my client, exploring their needs and preferences and then offering ideas informed by a range of psychological models. The models I draw on most are narrative therapy and CBT. Often our work involves uncovering and strengthening resources that people already have or getting in touch with lost values.
I have 9 years experience working therapeutically in the NHS. Currently I work in a child and adolescent mental health service offering therapy to young people and their families as well as running a number of groups and community projects. I have experience in supporting people with challenges including (but not limited to) low mood, low self-esteem, anxiety, self-harm, behavioural difficulties, OCD and trauma.
(Hannah offers online appointments only)
I have been working as an Art Psychotherapist within the NHS and Community Sectors since qualifying in 2014. During that time I have supported individuals of all ages and have treated clients presenting with a wide range of difficulties. I am registered with the Health Care Professions Council (HCPC) and with The British Association of Art Therapists (BAAT).
Art therapy is a form of psychotherapy that uses art media as its primary mode of expression and communication. Within this context, art is not used as diagnostic tool but as a medium to address emotional issues which may be confusing and distressing. Art Psychotherapy can help an individual to express thoughts and feelings which may be too difficult to verbalise and to help make meaning of past and present experiences.
I am Clinical Psychologist offering private therapy alongside my role within the NHS at Great Ormond Street Hospital. I have worked within the NHS for 10 years, predominantly in paediatric settings and have extensive experience of working with children, young people, parents and families experiencing a range of difficulties. Alongside supporting people with mental health difficulties, such as anxiety and depression, my specialisms include working with a wide range of health conditions, including chronic pain, recognising the social, academic and emotional impact these can have. I am trained in cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), systemic, narrative and acceptance and commitment (ACT) approaches. I enjoy taking an integrated approach and working creatively; allowing clients to feel comfortable and open. I am passionate about helping people to live a valued life in the face of difficult circumstances, by focusing on what is important to them and highlighting their strengths, whilst building new skills to help them achieve their goals.
My job is to ensure the smooth running of your experience with Collective Psychology. I can help with any questions you may have about the administrative side of therapy, such as invoice or health insurance queries. As the clinic manager, and PA to the team, I prioritise confidentiality and ensure that Collective Psychology acts in accordance with GDPR
My name is Carole Rich and I am currently working with Collective Psychology as a Family Therapist. Family and Systemic psychotherapy (also known as family therapy) can help those in close relationships to better understand and support each other. It enables family members to express and explore difficult thoughts and emotions safely, understand each other’s experiences and views, appreciate each other’s needs, build on family strengths, and work together to make useful changes in their relationship and their lives. Family Therapists can work with different groups of people, for example individuals, couples, families and carers.
Since qualifying as a family therapist, I have worked within a NHS Child and Adolescent Mental Health Team. I have worked with mental health difficulties such as anxiety, depression, eating disorders and conduct disorders. I have also worked as a social worker in Child Protection and Fostering.
We are an ethical practice who work collaboratively with our clients. We hold confidentiality and privacy to the highest regard. Our guiding principle is to help people and that’s what drives us to be the best team we can.
Early intervention is vital, yet accessing the right type of support can often be confusing. Our aim is to remove the mystery surrounding therapy and empower you to make informed choices about the right therapy for you and your needs – thereby improving access for everyone.
At Collective Psychology we are committed to providing fast and easy access to highly skilled Clinical and Counselling Psychologists who offer individualised, effective and evidence-based treatment.