Dr Alice Partridge is a Clinical Psychologist who currently works both in the NHS and independently. She is an approachable and empathetic clinician. She works alongside her clients to help them to better understand their difficulties so they can be empowered to make changes in their lives to help improve their psychological distress and functioning. She completed her Clinical Doctorate at the University of Bath where she gained experience and expertise working with clients across the lifespan.
Alice has worked in community, hospital and rehabilitation settings. Alice has extensive experience of working with anxiety and mood disorders, bereavement, low self-esteem and stress related difficulties. Alice works using evidence based therapies, primarily informed by Cognitive behaviour Therapy (CBT) and Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT), but also using ideas from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Solution Focused Therapy.
Alice believes in the importance of a collaborative and non-judgemental approach where clients feel at ease and understood. She is passionate about providing a therapeutic space where individuals feel safe, heard and understood. She places much importance in tailoring therapy to the presenting individuals needs, so as to ensure ultimately that clients are able to become their own therapist