Sarah is a Clinical Psychologist who trained at the University of Hertfordshire. She has experience of working across a variety of NHS settings with those suffering from bereavement, anxiety, depression and trauma. Sarah has provided therapeutic interventions to child and adolescents with autism and learning disabilities, young offenders, and eating disorders.
Sarah has most recently been working with clients experiencing audiovestibular conditions such as adjusting to hearing loss, tinnitus and misophonia (sensitivity to noises from others). Sarah has an interest in the psychological impact on health and likes to adopt a person centred approach when working with clients. She has experience of adapting interventions to fit client needs such as those with communication difficulties.
Sarah specialises in using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT); Enhanced Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Eating Disorders (CBT-E); Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT); Narrative Therapy; Positive Behaviour Support (PBS); Mindfulness CBT and Systemic work.