I am an experienced Clinical Psychologist who works predominantly with adults aged 18+. Alongside my private practice, I have worked for the NHS since 2013, and I currently work as a senior clinician within highly specialist NHS services. I work with a range of psychological presentations, including anxiety, low mood, trauma-related difficulties (including PTSD and complex PTSD), hearing voices, intrusive thoughts, compulsive behaviours, grief, low self-esteem, interpersonal difficulties, and difficulties with might attract a diagnosis of personality disorder. Furthermore, I also work with people who just wish to get to know themselves a little better, and explore how experiences in their life may have influenced their patterns of thinking, feeling and behaving. People come to therapy for a wide range of reasons and this is not an exhaustive list. Please do get in touch to discuss your own individual requirements.
In addition to my therapeutic work, I frequently deliver training and consultation to a broad range of agencies, including staff working in the health, social care and education sectors, as well as Police Scotland and the Scottish Prison Service. I have previously worked as an Associate Lecturer with the Open University, and I regularly lecture and supervise trainees on the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology programme at the University of Glasgow. I also regularly undertake expert witness work, and can provide reports to the court for both civil and criminal cases.
2017 Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (DClinPsy), University of Glasgow
2012 Bachelor of Science in Psychology (BSc Hons), Glasgow Caledonian University
Professional Registrations & Memberships
Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC): PYL35120
Association of Clinical Psychologists (ACP-UK): 1764