I graduated from the University of Glasgow, Scotland with a first-class honours degree in Psychology (BSc) in 2016. Following this, I worked in the charitable and public sector to gain clinical experience before pursuing a clinical doctorate degree. I completed a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (DClinPsy) at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland. During my clinical doctorate I completed six clinical placements within the public health service across all age groups, training in psychological models and therapy and research projects. I also completed specialist training in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), systemic therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).
Through working across charitable, public, and private sectors, I have gained experience and specialist knowledge of difficulties that can present throughout the lifespan. I have skills in assessing autism spectrum disorder (ASD), attention disorders and cognitive difficulties. I have experience in the treatment of a wide range of psychological difficulties such as anxiety, OCD, depression, chronic pain, stress, and behavioural difficulties.
At Hejmdal, I work in the outpatient clinic with adults and children. I provide assessment and treatment in English only.