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Credentials and Experience


A Clinical Psychologist is a specialist trained within the NHS (UK) for a minimum of 6 years, within different academic and clinical specialisms. They will use a variety of approaches to apply psychological theory and research in order to increase wellbeing or decrease distress in their clients.

As is a legal requirement in the UK, I have HCPC registration (PYL16960) as a Practitioner Psychologist. This is the regulatory body for clinical psychologists. You can check my registration here.


I am also a BPS Chartered Clinical Psychologist (CPsychol), an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society (AFBPsS), full member of Division of Clinical Psychology (DCP) and the Register of Applied Psychology Supervisors (RAPPS)

Summary of Employment and Education

Current Positions      


2013 -

Consultant Clinical Psychologist in Independent Practice 

2013 -

Visiting Lecturer Teesside University

2019 -

Point of Care Foundation, Trainer and Schwartz Round Mentor



Previous Positions

2013 - 2017   

Consultant Clinical Psychologist

Medical Psychology Service

James Cook University Hospital

2004 – 2013                     

Highly Specialist Clinical Psychologist

Leeds and York Partnership Foundation NHS Trust


2003 – 2004                    

Clinical Psychologist 

Newcastle, Northumberland and North Tyneside Foundation Mental Health Trust


2000 – 2003                    

Psychologist in Clinical Training

Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust


1999 – 2000                     

Assistant Psychologist (0.5 wte Neuropsychology, 0.5 wte Health Psychology)

Newcastle City Health NHS Trust


1998 – 1999                     

Research Assistant

Northumbria University


Education and Qualifications

2006 – 2012                      

Registration as Psychotherapist

Diploma in Gestalt Psychotherapy

Manchester Gestalt Centre


2000 – 2003                       

Doctorate in Clinical Psychology 

Leeds University Medical School


1995 – 1998                       

Bsc (Hons) Psychology [First Class]

University of Northumbria

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