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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 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
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 adults and 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 name is Emily, I’m a Clinical Psychologist. I’ve worked in the NHS since 2005, specialising in working with young people and their families, with particular expertise in working with very young children and their parents, as well as neurodivergent children and teens.
Alongside my work with Collective Psychology I am Deputy Programme Director at the Anna Freud Centre, collaborating with University College London (UCL) to offer a Postgraduate Diploma to health care professionals working with 0-5 year olds.
I aim to provide a friendly and welcoming space where we can speak together about the challenges you have been facing. Collaboratively we can work towards goals that are meaningful for you. I see individuals as part of a network of relationships and will always think about the impact of this on the people I work with.
Emily offers term time only appointments.
I am a Clinical Psychologist who has enjoyed working therapeutically with children and young people for almost 20 years. I have worked in both the NHS and the private sector, and my areas of interest include anxiety, OCD, low mood, low self-esteem, body image concerns, teasing and bullying, behavioural concerns, and parenting. I have worked with many children and young people who have learning difficulties, neurodevelopmental disorders, attachment disorders and trauma. I have worked in a paediatric setting for many years and have extensive experience in supporting children and young people with a wide range of difficulties related to living with complex medical conditions including adjustment to a medical diagnosis, living with visible and invisible differences and decision making for surgery. I specialise in several different therapeutic models including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and narrative therapy.
As a dual qualified clinical and counselling psychologist , I strive to foster a non-judgemental, warm, and collaborative space for you to feel comfortable. I strongly believe there is no “one size fits all” approach, so although skilled in a number of evidence based therapy models such as CBT, my approach is individually tailored to your unique problems and circumstances.
I worked for a number of years in Canada in adult mental health in leadership roles before moving to the UK in 2015. The areas I specialise in are anxiety such as panic, social anxiety, phobias, OCD, PTSD, and the psychological and emotional aspects of managing long term health conditions.
I am passionate about culturally inclusive therapy and have published research in this area. I have been interviewed by the BBC several times as an expert in culturally inclusive practice. In my clinical work, this means that I embrace talking about your religious faith, cultural background, spiritual beliefs, or any experiences of racism or discrimination, and will tailor the approach and techniques to fit with this.
I am a Chartered Clinical Psychologist with extensive experience of working with individuals, families and healthcare teams in a variety of NHS services. I have worked within both Adult
Mental Health and Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS), supporting adults and young people experiencing a range of psychological difficulties.
I endeavour to create a safe, trusting and collaborative relationship with my clients, and will work with you to create a shared understanding of your difficulties, set meaningful goals and work towards long-lasting change.
I work integratively and draw upon a range of evidence-based approaches including
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Compassion
Focused Therapy, Mentalisation Based Therapy, Psychodynamic Psychotherapy and
systemic approaches (understanding the impact of a person’s environment and the context in which difficulties arise)
Rajinder is a Chartered Psychologist who has been in practice since 2009. She has worked across a range of organisations including Local Authorities, business, charities, television, and the NHS. Rajinder’s training and experience have given her knowledge and understanding of child development and the emotional and psychological needs and strengths of children and young people and the families and communities they belong too. Rajinder is a highly creative and down-to earth applied practitioner, particularly skilled in translating key psychological concepts into memorable imagery that enhances insight and capacity for psychological growth.
Rajinder draws on a range of models in her practice including CBT, Motivational Interviewing, Family Therapy, Psychodynamic, DBT, ACT, Solution Focused, Narrative Therapy and Systemic ideas. Rajinder grew up in a lively Punjabi Sikh home, has travelled widely and has lived in Brazil. She speaks a number of languages and brings her love and appreciation of diverse cultures to her work.
I am a practitioner psychologist with over 10 years’ experience in general psychology, child / educational psychology, family therapy and systemic practice. I specialise in several different approaches including Narrative Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). I offer individual therapy and often work systemically with family members (and others) where appropriate. My approach is centred around establishing trusting and respectful therapeutic relationships. Relationships provide a foundation to better understand ourselves and our experiences and help us to (re)connect with the things we value and cherish in life. I have a very warm and relaxed approach and like to work flexibly and collaboratively to meet your unique goals. Alongside my work with Collective Psychology, I work as a Lecturer at The University of East Anglia (UEA) on the Doctorate of Educational Psychology. I look forward to meeting you and working together to create some exciting and fulfilling possibilities for the future.
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 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.
I am a Chartered Clinical Psychologist with extensive experience of working with individuals, families and healthcare teams in the public and volunteer sector. I work in the NHS as a Consultant Psychologist with adults experiencing complex mental health challenges including psychosis and trauma. I have also completed qualifying-level training as a Family and Systemic Psychotherapist. Family Therapy helps individuals, couples and families gain greater understanding of the patterns and dilemmas that can arise in relationships. It also helps connect people with their strengths and resources, which helps individuals, couples and families find solutions that will work for them in their lives.
I have a passion for using creative methods to help people achieve well-being and often combine my expertise in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Systemic Family Therapy, Narrative Therapy, and faith-based psychotherapy, enabling me to bring a range of ideas to my work.
Hi, my name is Sebastien, I am a senior mental health practitioner and registered MNC Mental Health Nurse. I have worked in mental health settings for 20 years and during that time have gained a variety of experiences both across the private sector and the NHS, mostly in specialist services for children, adolescents, and young adults.
I have experience as a senior clinician and in lead roles within CAMHS. I have also worked in community mental health teams with adults as well as with Universities (UCL, Birkbeck and Goldsmith) as a mental health mentor, collaborating with the counselling services.
Over the years, I have gained of wide range of knowledge and skills to work creatively within a CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) framework. My goal in sessions is to work therapeutically to offer my client's a sensitive and calm approach allowing them to explore their own difficulties and identify strategies and coping mechanisms.
I offer my session in English and French language.
My name is Hannah Smith, and I am a Speech and Language Therapist. My experience ranges from early years and school age children to young adults with cognitive communication disorders to adults with neurological impairment. I have a background in paediatric brain injury and adult neurological impairment. I value working alongside Clinical Psychologists to support children and adults to ensure they can comprehensively and adequately communicate themselves and gain the full benefits of holistic therapy. I also provide individualised therapy for specific communication and speech difficulties.
When working with clients and their families I like to build strong professional relationships and always include an element of light-hearted fun in sessions.
My job is to ensure the smooth running of your experience with Collective Psychology. As the clinic manager, and PA to the team, I prioritise confidentiality and ensure that Collective Psychology acts in accordance good working practices as well as internal and external policies and governance.
I am a Registered Mental Health Nurse (RMN) with experience in both inpatient and community NHS Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS). I offer free 15 minute consultation calls for new enquiries where I aim to understand your needs and goals for therapy in a supportive and compassionate way, in order to match you with the most suitable clinician. As Client Liaison Manager for our Cobham clinic, I support new enquiries from the initial contact up to the first appointment taking place, keeping in regular contact and being on hand for any questions that may arise.
My role is to support you in your therapy journey, providing a smooth process from initial enquiry up until your first appointment with your therapist. I work hard and take the time to fully understand your hopes for therapy. Jo, the Clinical Director, and I then match you to the therapist best skilled to support you with your hopes. You can expect me to provide excellent customer service and timely communication to ensure your experience with Collective Psychology is as positive as possible. Our priorities as a clinic is to always uphold confidentiality and the legal requirements set out by GDPR and the ICO.
As Deputy Clinic Manager my role focuses on the administrative aspect of your experience with Collective Psychology. I work closely with Jo and Becky to support you with any questions you may have, such as; invoicing, health insurance queries and the therapy process more broadly. Confidentiality is vital in my job role and I ensure that Collective Psychology acts in accordance with GDPR.