Check Kate's professional credentials
- BSc. Psychology, Birmingham University - 2002
- MSc. In Criminological Psychology, Birmingham University - 2005
- D.Clin.Psych. (Doctorate in Clinical Psychology), University College London - 2009
- Certificate in Family Therapy, Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College London - 2014
- Registered with the Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC)
- Member of the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP)
- 2015 to 2020 – Clinical Psychologist- The London Medical Centre, Hong Kong
- 2015- 2017- Clinical Psy. D. Supervisor California School of Professional Development, Alliant International University, City University of Hong Kong
- 2011-2013 - Visiting Research Associate Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College London: Guest speaker on MSc Clinical Forensic Psychology Course; Supervisor of MSc Students.
- 2011- 2014 - Clinical Psychologist: Forensic Adult Mental Health River House Medium Secure Unit, Bethlem Royal Hospital
- 2010- 2011 - Clinical Psychologist: Adult Mental Health, Treatment Resistant Psychosis Service, Ealing Hospital
- 2009- 10/2010 - Clinical Psychologist: IAPT. Lambeth IAPT Service (Primary Care Psychology), South London & the Maudsley NHS
- Prior to Qualification - worked in CAMHS service and a Looked after Children’s Service as a Trainee Psychologist; and worked in a Learning Disability Service and Forensic Mental Health service as an Assistant Psychologist.
- Pro-bono work: 2015-2017 – volunteer work for Pathfinders Charity, Hong Kong(charity supporting pregnant, migrant women in distress and their Hong Kong born children. and also for the Justice Centre, Hong Kong (charity advocating on behalf of Asylum seekers, Refugees, Victims of torture, Victims of human trafficking and of forced labour.)
- Supporting teens and adults with emotional challenges including anxiety, low mood, depression, stress and anger.
- Working with sleep difficulties and adjustment difficulties
- Working with low self-esteem
- Working with trauma
- Working with mild psychosis (in collaboration with a psychiatrist)
- Practical, skills-based therapy (Cognitive-behaviour therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy)
Interventions offered are likely to be based upon Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Behavioural Therapy, Narrative Attachment Therapy or draw upon other well recognised and evidenced theories. It is possible to access OCP's services through some private health insurance policies.
We both attend regular clinical supervision sessions in order to maintain the quality of the therapy offered and keep up to date with advances in clinical psychology by attending relevant Continued Professional Development Events.
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