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PM Psychology

Tyne and Wear

My approach is integrative, meaning that I do not rigidly adhere to only one approach; I use elements of a range of different therapies where appropriate to do so based on your own therapy needs. This includes the use of CBT, DBT, ACT and Skills Training. I also offer EMDR for trauma. As a Chartered Psychologist, I have been able to demonstrate to the regulatory body (the British Psychological Society) my ability to plan, implement and evaluate my practice, whilst ensuring that I am able to assimilate new research and evidence-base. As part of my membership to the BPS and the HCPC (Health and Care Professions Council) I am required to demonstrate continuing personal development, which includes regular peer discussions, reviewing the literature and taking part in training with official providers, to ensure the best service for clients. See 'Photos' section for fees. Difficulties in which I specialise include: Trauma Post-traumatic stress disorder Attachment difficulties Phobias Anger management Domestic violence (survivors and perpetrators) Anxiety Stress Substance misuse Bereavement Personality difficulties Depression Sleep disturbances Specialist approaches include: DBT (Dialectical Behaviour Therapy) CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) Skills training EMDR CBTi (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia) Individual and Group Work Recommendations, based on assessment of your needs, will be discussed with you, with goals being set collaboratively.

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As a chartered Psychologist, I am regulated by the British Psychological Society and the Health and Care Professions Council. This ensures that my practices meets the expected standards of these bodies with regard to professional practice and ethical considerations. I am required to undertake regular professional development activities, including training and research. This means that my clients will benefit from evidence-based practice in accordance with the most up to date approaches and literature.

Academic qualifications
BSc (Hons), Health Studies,1993, University of Sunderland.
Graduate Diploma in Psychology, 1995, University of Sunderland.
Certificate of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, University of Newcastle, 1998
PhD The DSM Cluster B Personality Disorders: Validity of the concept and effects on primary care, 1998, University of Newcastle.
MSc in Applied Forensic Psychology, University of Leicester, 2002.

Professional Qualifications
Forensic Psychologist registered with the Health and Care Professions Council, registration number PYL18252
Associate Fellow British Psychological Society (AFBPsS), Chartered Psychologist and full member of the Division of Forensic Psychology, BPS number 92322, Chartered Scientist.
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, Recognition Reference 17432.

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The average rating for Bark Therapists in Wallsend is 5.00, based on 16 reviews.

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