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The Clinicians

Dr Rebekah Proctor

Dr Rebekah Proctor

Dr Rebekah Proctor

Dr Rebekah Proctor has run a successful private practice in Central Manchester since 2007. She is a consultant chartered clinical psychologist who has worked in a range of clinical, academic and professional leadership roles since qualifying in 2000, including head of Older Adult Psychology Services and Professional lead for older adult psychology services. She has a broad range of experience in psychological assessment, psychological therapy, training and supervision of health professionals and academic research. She has been working in full time independent practice since January 2013 and has seen the practice grow from strength to strength during this time.

Dr Proctor offers a range of different therapies such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing (EMDR). These different therapeutic approaches allow Dr Proctor to provide specialist psychological therapy for a wide range of difficulties. She has a particular interest in working with psychological trauma and has extensive clinical experience in this area.

Dr Proctor also has experience of medico-legal reports and has undertaken assessments in relation to road traffic accidents, clinical negligence, industrial accidents and physical and psychological abuse. She always provides an efficient service and will complete reports within an agreed timescale with instructing solicitors. Reports are individually tailored to the solicitor’s instruction and client circumstances.

Dr Proctor provides clinical supervision to other clinical psychologists and counselling psychologists as part of her independent practice.

Dr Hayley Bailey

Dr Hayley Bailey

Dr Hayley Bailey

Dr Bailey is a fully qualified Chartered Clinical Psychologist with over 10 years experience of working both in the NHS and Private sector.

She has experience of undergoing training and working with a range of evidence based therapeutic approaches, including Psycho-dynamically informed therapy, CBT, Compassionate Focused Therapy, Mentalisation Based Therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy and Acceptance and Mindfulness Therapy. She has extensive experience of working with adults with severe and complex emotional difficulties, specialising in trauma, emotional, physical and sexual abuse and personality disorders.

She has also worked in a range of settings including child and adolescent mental health services.

Dr Anna Warm

Dr Anna Warm

Dr Anna Warm

Dr Warm has worked in the NHS for 15 years and has been in private practice since 2008. Her clinical experience has been acquired within adolescent and adult mental health services.

She uses a number of clinical approaches, including psychoanalytically-informed models and Cognitive-Behavioural treatment approaches. She works collaboratively with clients to develop an individualised plan for therapy. She has extensive experience of working with clients with a wide range of psychological difficulties.

 

Dr Ruth Watson

Dr Ruth Watson

Dr Ruth Watson

Dr Watson currently works as a Clinical Psychologist within NHS Older Adult Psychology Service and has worked in private practice across Greater Manchester since 2008. She enjoys working with a variety of client issues including depression, anxiety, chronic pain, dementia, PTSD and behavior that challenges. She provides individual therapeutic packages for clients, in addition to neuropsychological assessments and consultation to health professionals and carers. She offers a range of therapeutic approaches including CBT, EMDR, Cognitive-analytic, Systemic and Behavioural elements.

Dr Watson frequently provides training packages to other health professionals, and regularly teaches on the Manchester University Clinical Psychology doctorate course. She has an interest in cognitive-analytic models of therapy and working with trauma. She completed her EMDR training in 2013, and is currently completing a skills based certificate in using Cognitive-Analytic Therapy with complex cases.

Dr Tammy Oluyori

Dr Tammy Oluyori

Dr Tammy Oluyori

Dr Oluyori is a Chartered Counselling Psychologist. She has worked in the field of Mental Health and Social Care for the past 10 years in various settings, including: community, residential education, and specialist Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services.

Dr Oluyori is highly skilled in conducting thorough psychological assessment and providing evidence-based psychological therapy for a wide range of emotional difficulties including, Depression, Anxiety, Eating Disorders, Post Traumatic Stress, Occupational Stress, Adjustment and Conduct Disorders. She offers a range of evidence-based therapies including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing (EMDR), Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT), Solution Focused Therapy (SFT) and Person Centred Therapy. She works collaboratively with clients by helping them to understand their difficulties and tailor a treatment plan that meets their needs.

Dr Oluyori also undertakes medico-legal work for psychological assessment and therapy in areas of road traffic accident, clinical negligence and parental capacity in relations to child protection proceedings.

Dr Kelly Sweeney

Dr Kelly Sweeney

Dr Kelly Sweeney

Dr Kelly Sweeney in a Consultant clinical psychologist based in North Manchester. She worked in the NHS for 17 years in forensic and adolescent services. She now works as the Clinical and Governance lead in a private looked after child (LAC) residential service. In her independent practice she specialises in working with older children, adolescents and adults and has an interest in working with anxiety, stress and the development of identity and personality in young people. She uses an integrative psychological approach to treatment drawing on modalities such as CBT, Compassion focussed therapy, Dialectical behaviour therapy and EMDR.

Kelly continues to complete assessments for Family Courts and Social Care around placement and intervention planning, risk of harm to self and others and risk assessments of parents/carers.

Dr Sophia Kariotaki

Dr Sophia Kariotaki

Dr Sophia Kariotaki

Dr Sophia Kariotaki is a chartered Counselling Psychologisit with over 10 years of experience working in the NHS, private and third sector, initially as a qualified counsellor and over the last 5 years as a chartered psychologist. She has been working as an independence practitioner since 2011.

She uses a number of evidenced based approaches, integrating them and tailoring them in order to meet her client’s needs. She has been trained in Psychodynamic interpersonal therapy, Person centre therapy , EMDR and CBT. She has a wide experience working with individuals with complex physical and mental health issues, specialising in managing chronic conditions, trauma and interpersonal difficulties. She has experience working with children and adults.

She provides therapy in English and Greek.

Dr Hannah Butler-Coyne

Dr Hannah Butler-Coyne

Dr Hannah Butler-Coyne

Dr Hannah Butler-Coyne is a HCPC Registered and British Psychological Society Chartered Clinical Psychologist working in the NHS and private practice with children, adults and families experiencing a range of mental health difficulties. Hannah works with individuals experiencing a range of difficulties including depression, anxiety, trauma experiences and behaviour that challenges, offering comprehensive assessment, formulation and an integrative psychological approach utilising a range of therapeutic approaches (such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing).

Within her independent practice Hannah specialises in the application of clinical psychology within the sport setting, supporting athletes and sportspeople to enhance performance, focus, confidence and/or manage mental health difficulties. Hannah provides consultation, assessments, specialist therapy, workshops, supervision of practitioners and training within sport settings.

Hannah is currently en route to becoming one of a handful of Clinical Psychologists in the country dual trained in both the clinical and sport psychology domains. She is a Lecturer at the University of Central Lancashire, visiting Lecturer on a number of courses in various universities and colleges in the North West, regularly presents research at national conferences and publishes work in academic journals.