Clinical Psychologists undergo extensive post-graduate training to support people with a variety of difficulties and should be registered with the Health and Care Professions Council, who regulate the profession.
Clinical Psychologists aim to reduce psychological distress and improve overall wellbeing. We work with people to develop a shared understanding of their difficulties.
At APS we offer support for issues such as stress, anxiety, low mood and depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, trauma, bereavement and relationship problems.
Psychology sessions can help people who are struggling with low self-esteem, or people who feel stuck and that negative thinking is holding them back, or perhaps are wanting to be more proactive or fulfilled in life. If you are unsure if psychology sessions will be helpful to you please feel free to get in contact to discuss this further.
At APS we draw on a range of different psychological models to inform our practice. Once we have a shared understanding, we consider this, alongside the individual's goals, to decide on an intervention.
We draw on the NICE guidance and the wider evidence base to inform our work, but also work collaboratively with those we support in order to create a bespoke service tailored to the individual needs of the client.