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Our Approach

What do Clinical Psychologists do?

Clinical Psychologists are specialist mental health professionals trained to offer assessment and treatment for a wide range of emotional, physical, neuropsychological, behavioural and relational difficulties.

Who do we work with?

Clinical Psychologists are trained to support a variety of difficulties occurring across the lifespan. We work with children, young people, adults, couples, families and professionals.

 

How do we offer support?

Clinical Psychologists can offer support through either remote or face to face provision based the clients choice but also assessment of need. In the first instance we will invite new clients for an assessment session. During the assessment we will create a ‘formulation’ of need to guide any ongoing treatment. The formulation will inform the type of therapeutic modality offered.

 

How long is the support offered?

Clinical Psychologists can offer both long and short term interventions dependent on the nature of the presenting difficulty. A discussion about length of treatment is likely to occur following the assessment session.

 

Training and Experience

Clinical Psychologists train at Doctorate level. Our assessments and interventions are guided by up to date research and psychological theory. Clinical Psychologists often attend ongoing training as part of their professional development.

 

Professional Registration

Clinical Psychologists are professionally regulated by the Health Care Professions

Council (HCPC), and their training must be accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS).

Therapeutic Approach 

At Norfolk Therapy Room our assessments and therapeutic interventions are tailored to match the unique needs of our clients. We provide a confidential, client-centred, compassionate and non-judgmental psychological therapy provision, we adopt an open and collaborative stance. Central to our interventions is our relationship with our clients

 

Cheontell and Jodie are both Integrative Clinical Psychologists which means they draw from a number of different therapeutic modalities. These include Cognitive Behavioural, Systemic, Third Wave and Psychodynamic therapies.

 

Cheontell and Jodie have completed further training in a number of other therapeutic modalities including Compassion Focused Therapy, Mindfulness-based Therapy, Mentalisation-Based Therapy, Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy, Cognitive Analytical Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Trauma Focused therapies including Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing (EMDR) and Trauma-focused CBT for children and adolescents