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  • Works across the lifespan: with children, adolescents, and adults

  • Psychological therapy is conducted online

Dr Siddaway has been trained in a number of evidence-based psychological therapies that are appropriate and useful for working with complex, severe, and enduring mental health problems, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, Schema Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Solution-Focused Therapy. He has worked in the NHS across a range of mental health services since 2004. The extensive training he has received means that he is able to selectively draw on appropriate theories and evidence-based techniques to specifically target each person’s particular difficulties. He works collaboratively to support people to make important changes to themselves and their lives. 

It is not necessary to have a specific or obvious psychological problem to benefit from seeing a Clinical Psychologist. Lots of people are attracted by the idea of furthering their understanding of themselves and others and personal and/or professional development and growth (i.e. coaching) and appreciate a safe and confidential opportunity to reflect on themselves.  Psychological therapy aims to improve your well-being, help you get to know yourself and yourself in important personal and/or professional relationships better, bring you and your life closer to your ideal, and help you to solve your problems and achieve your goals. An assessment by an experienced Clinical Psychologist may help you to identify ways of thinking or coping that may currently hold you back from being the person you want to be. 

Further information can be found in the links below.

Description of psychological therapy from a Clinical Psychologist
Description of mental health problems in children, adolescents, and young people
Description of what a Clinical Psychologist does
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