Dr Mia Foxhall

Clinical Psychologist

Mia qualified as a Clinical Psychologist from University of Bath in 2018 and has been working in mental health services since 2013. She has worked with a wide range of individuals, and has really enjoyed being able to work creatively with people to help them create a valued and meaningful life. She has worked with both adults and children and young people who are experiencing mental health or wellbeing concerns. Her specialism is working with low self-esteem, managing stress and anxiety disorders. She also has an additional specialism in working with health conditions that have started to impact on quality of life, and worked in an Oncology Hospital in my previous NHS role.

She values working collaboratively with individuals to help them make sense of what is going on for them, and identify a therapy plan to help them work towards the things in life that matter to them most. She draws upon evidence-based therapies, such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, and am particularly passionate about Acceptance Commitment Therapy, Compassion Focused Therapy and Mindfulness-based Therapies. She strongly believes that a compassionate, non-judgmental and collaborative relationship is at the heart of therapy, and she always strives to ensure individuals feel heard and safe in our sessions.