Kate holds a doctorate in Clinical Psychology. She has worked in the NHS for 10 years. In addition to her core profession qualifications Kate has also completed post-graduate training in Cognitive-Analytic Therapy.
She has extensive experience working with all depressive disorders, anxiety, and relationship issues as well as with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, and serious trauma and abuse. Kate has a particular interest in working with people who find themselves experiencing unhelpful and reoccurring patterns and difficulties in their relationships throughout the lifespan.
Kate practices a person-centred approach to treatment and care, and an understanding that each person who consults her is an individual, coming with their own journey and difficulty. She is committed to working with people to make meaningful and sustainable changes.