Dr Naomi Humber, Clinical Psychologist, Renacres Hospital, Merseyside HCPC: PYL29283

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Dr Naomi Humber - Psychology

Dr Naomi Humber (HCPC: PYL29283) is a Clinical Psychologist in Ormskirk, West Lancashire who specialises in mental health and emotional disorders.

Based at: Renacres Hospital | Get directions | Go to hospital website

Clinical interests

Adult (16 years +) mental health and emotional disorders.

Managing mental health associated with physical health conditions.

Individual therapy: Generalised anxiety, panic, health anxiety, social anxiety, worry, stress management, insomnia,negative thoughts, intrusive thoughts, anger management, irritability, loss, bereavement/grief, depression, obsessive compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, suicidality, adjustment following life events such as divorce, chronic fatigue, cardiac rehabilitation, pain management, psychophysiological disorder and psychological issues arising from medical conditions. 

Academic background

Naomi works in the NHS and in the Private Sector. She has an academic background in mental health research and lecturing.

BSc. (Hons.) Psychology University of Liverpool 2001

PhD Psychiatry University of Manchester 2009

D.Clin.Psy Clinical Psychology University of Manchester 2012

C.Psychol. British Psychological Society 2013

AFBPsS British Psychological Society 2015

Naomi’s clinical work requires her to assess, formulate and treat the mental health difficulties of adults. 

Individualised clinical assessment of the presenting problem, along with a personalised understanding of the problem in collaboration with the patient, will drive the intervention or treatment plan.

Sessions will focus on reducing symptoms of distress by using evidence-based psychological strategies and techniques to alleviate suffering. The patient is deemed to be the expert on their experience and suffering, so will play a key role in their recovery.

As a Clinical Psychologist, she has been trained in applying psychological therapy using a range of theoretical models. The nature of the presenting problem(s) and her formulation determine the predominate model for therapy.

Professional Memberships

Health and Care Professions Council

British Psychological Society

NHS base

Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust

Clinic Times

Every Wednesday afternoon and evening

01704 335 398