What is Clinical Psychology?
Clinical Psychology includes a formal psychological assessment, usually followed by treatment recommendations, that may involve psychological therapy, such as CBT or psychotherapy.
Who goes to see a Clinical Psychologist?
People ask to see Clinical Psychologists for a wide variety of reasons, usually if they need a formal assessment, diagnosis, or report.
What conditions do you treat?
Clinical Psychologists treat emotional or mental health problems, including depression, anxiety and panic disorders, eating disorders, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
Will I get a written report?
Yes, if you or a third party require a written report as part of your assessment, you will usually receive this within 7 days of attending your appointment.
How is Clinical Psychology regulated?
In the UK, practitioners have to be registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) in order to legitimately use the title Clinical Psychologist. You can check the register here: http://www.hpc-uk.org/check/
Where can I find out more about Clinical Psychology?
You can read more about Clinical Psychology here: http://www.clinicalpsychology.org.uk/
Also, if you have any further questions, please feel free to ask one of our psychologists directly by emailing email@example.com
Therapists who provide CKT at The Therapy Room
- Dr Isabel Brunton is a Clinical Psychologist registered with the HCPC and BPS. She offers therapy for a number of mental health and other life difficulties. ... read more
- Christine Schneider is a clinical psychologist, counsellor and psychotherapist, working with individuals, couples and families. She also offers supervision. (HCPC, UKRCP, BACP accred.) ... read more