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I am a Chartered Clinical Psychologist with a passion for compassion! Currently I am seeing clients online using video conferencing. I read my first degree at Cambridge University, followed by a doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the Institute of Psychology, Psychiatry and Neuropsychology in London. Initially trained in CBT, I have since moved over to compassion focused therapy developed by Professor Paul Gilbert. I find it is useful for most clients, with a 90% success rate. With CFT, I can teach you how to balance your mind for the rest of your life.
If you are struggling to flourish in your life, then I can help you. My clients are of all ages and have a wide range of challenges, from low confidence and burnout to depression, anxiety & trauma. I use therapeutic techniques from many years of experience, mindfulness meditation practice and coaching techniques like motivational interviewing.
Please get in touch for an initial consultation - you have nothing to lose and so much to gain - client quote: "I feel open to everything with the knowledge that it’s ok… I’m ok… the world is ok… I’m not stuck in a never-ending loop of negative emotions, regularly feeling close to rock bottom. I feel empowered. Thank you Kate for everything."
Areas of interest
Anxiety; depression; trauma; relationship issues; burnout; self-criticism.
Compassion in education, educational cultures, school governance.
Currently authoring "Cultivating Teacher Wellbeing", part of a series of books for educational managers (Cambridge University Press)
Education articles and blogs published by Cambridge University Press
3 ways to support wellbeing remotely when teaching online
Helping primary aged children to express and process emotions when teaching online
Be ready series - 3 magazine articles for CUP on returning to the classroom post-lockdown (early years, primary and secondary)
Emotionally supporting your students on return to the classroom
Supporting every teacher: staying mentally healthy when working from home
Supporting every teacher: 3 mindfulness tips for teachers
Supporting every teacher: teenage student wellbeing
Building compassionate teacher-student relationships
Sowing the seeds of compassion in your school
- Doctorate in Clinical Psychology Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience 2002
Affiliations / memberships
CPsychol (British Psychological Society)
Information for healthcare professionals (Bupa patients only, last 12 months)
Psychology session - remote - (>50)
Psychology session - (>50)