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- Child and Adolescent Mental Health services
Dr Jackie Gorman is a Clinical Psychologist who has a number of years’ experience in the assessment and treatment of individuals across the age range with emotional and behavioural difficulties. She has also held a position Principal Clinical Psychologist in the NHS working with children and families. Alongside independent practice, Dr Gorman holds a position as Associate Clinical Tutor on the Doctorate Clinical Psychology Training Programme at Lancaster University. In this role she is involved in the selection, assessment and supervision of clinical psychologists in training.
Dr Gorman provides assessment and therapeutic work for adults and children focussing on a range of difficulties (e.g. anxiety, depression, deliberate self-harm, PTSD, OCD) and also has a significant interest in working with families and carers where they have concerns about the emotional and psychological wellbeing of their child.
Dr Gorman undertakes assessment and therapy for individuals following trauma, (e.g. road traffic accidents, physical assault, accidents at work/school, and witnessing distressing incidents). This has included work focussing on clients’ return to school/work/ work related activity. Dr Gorman draws from a range of therapeutic models, including CBT, narrative, solution focussed and systemic models.
As well as offering in person appointments, Dr Gorman is able to facilitate remote appointments via secure video link or telephone.
Areas of interest
Children; Adolescents; Adult
- Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (DClinPsy) Lancaster University 2003
- BSc (Hons) Psychology Bolton Institute of Higher Education 1996
Affiliations / memberships
Division of Clinical Psychology
British Psychological Society