Clinical Psychology

What is a Clinical Psychologist?

A clinical psychologist helps people with a wide range of mental health problems. They support mental health sufferers to understand and cope with their issues, phobias and addictions. They also assist patients with physical health conditions such as fertility issues, ME and heart disease.

There are a number of therapy tools a clinical psychologist can use to help lessen behavioural, emotional and/or psychological distress which upsets your everyday functioning and well-being. The goal of a clinical psychologist is to enhance your psychological well-being.

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