Lincoln Team

Lincoln Team

Our Team

The Clinical Director of our Lincoln clinic is Psychologist, Alice Vine who is supported by a team of highly qualified and experienced independent (Associate) Psychologists. Trained to doctorate level, our Psychologists are experts in the assessment and treatment of psychological difficulties. Please click on the profiles below for further information:

Alice Vine

Alice Vine

Forensic Psychologist & Clinical Director

BSc (Hons), MSc, CPsychol.

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Expertise and Experience

Alice is the Director and lead Psychologist of the Purple House Clinic, Lincoln.

Alice is a highly experienced Psychologist, having led an NHS Forensic Child and Adolescent Service in Lincolnshire. She is a Registered and Chartered Forensic Psychologist. Alice is experienced in working with clients of all ages – adults, children and adolescents. She provides assessment and therapeutic intervention for a range of psychological difficulties including depression, anxiety, phobias, obsessive/compulsive problems, complex grief, addictions, trauma, and child behavioural problems. Within her NHS role Alice has gained a vast experience providing assessment and treatment, working predominantly with Looked After Children and young people whose behavioural difficulties have brought them into contact with criminal justice agencies, or have caused them to be excluded from educational settings. For this type of work, Alice works with children, their families and involved professionals in order to gain a deep understanding of the specific circumstances which may have contributed towards their difficulties. This holistic approach seeks to engender effective coping strategies, increased personal resilience, and minimise risk-related behaviours.

Alice specialises in Child Psychology, offending and behavioural problems, attachment and trauma (PTSD). She also has extensive experience of working with adults suffering with emotional and interpersonal difficulties (often linked to childhood), personality disorders and accompanying risk-related behaviours. Alice is skilled in working with complex presentations including dissociative conditions. She utilises several therapeutic approaches including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR), Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy (DDP) and Schema Therapy.

Alice is an EMDR Consultant who supervises groups and individuals in their EMDR practice. She also facilitates regional EMDR training events.

Alice has over 17 years’ experience working with clients within secure and community settings. Alice provides supervision, consultation and service development. She also provides supervision services for a number of public and private service providers.

Qualifications

2005 – Qualification in Forensic Psychology (Stage 2), British Psychological Society.

2002 – Master of Science in Applied Forensic and Legal Psychology (MSc.), University of Leicester.

1999 – Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Psychology (BSc. Hons).

Professional Registrations & Memberships

Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC): PYL06784

British Psychological Society (BPS): 098653

EMDR Association UK and Ireland.

Specialisms

Child/Adolescent Psychology (mental health problems, behaviour problems and parenting).

Attachment difficulties, including Looked After and Adopted Children.

Adult Psychology (PTSD, Personality Disorders, childhood trauma, interpersonal problems).

Offending Behaviours, Risk Assessment, Formulation and Management.

Main Therapeutic Approaches

EMDR – Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (Alice is an accredited EMDR Practitioner, Consultant and Facilitator).

Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy (DDP).

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).

Teressa Broddle

Clinic Administrator

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Teressa joined the Lincoln administrative team in September 2020, bringing over 20 years administration experience working in both the public and private healthcare sector.

Teressa will be your first point of contact in Lincoln and will guide you through the referral process in a warm, friendly and professional manner, whilst ensuring that all of your questions are answered.

With an empathic and considerate nature, Teressa will always strive to do her best for everyone who contacts our service.

Katie Hall

Clinic Administrator

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Katie joined the Lincoln administrative team in August 2020, bringing many years of experience working in the public healthcare sector.

Katie will be your first point of contact in Lincoln and will guide you through the referral process in a warm, friendly and professional manner, whilst ensuring that all of your questions are answered.

With an empathic and considerate nature, Katie will always strive to do her best for everyone who contacts our service.

Our Associate Clinicians

 

Mr Adam Horner

Consultant Nurse in Mental Health

BSc (Hons), PGCert, MSc.

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Expertise and Experience

Adam is an associate clinician at The Purple House Clinic, Lincoln.

Adam is a highly experienced Mental Health Professional, having led national services at strategic and operational levels as well as having 20 years’ experience in the Army with 3 operational tours. He is a Registered Mental Health Nurse and a Registered Independent Prescriber.

Adam is experienced in working with adults. He provides assessment and therapeutic intervention for a range of psychological difficulties including depression, anxiety, phobias, obsessive/compulsive problems, complex grief, addictions, and trauma.

Within his clinical roles Adam has gained vast experience providing assessment and treatment, working predominantly with combat trauma, psychological trauma, addiction and coexisting mental and substance misuse problems.

Adam specialises in coexisting mental health and substance misuse problems, understanding the need to address these issues together rather than in isolation. He also has extensive operational experience of working with adults in combat and disaster environments from point of trauma through to late onset of PTSD symptoms.

Adam is skilled in working with complex presentations. His main approach utilises Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) but can also utilise elements of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Motivation interviewing (MI) and biopsychosocial approaches to recovery.

Adam is an EMDR provider who also contributes to the research and evidence base for this intervention.

Adam is also a Senior Lecturer in Mental Health at The University of Lincoln.   

Qualifications

2020 – MSc – PhD, EMDR (ongoing) University of Worcester.

2019 – PG Cert, Clinical Teaching and Practice Education, University of Lincoln.

2018 – PG Diploma (MSc), Clinical Neuropsychiatry, Birmingham University.

2017 – MSc Disaster Healthcare (Management), University of South Wales.

2012 – Certificate in the Management of Drug Misuse – Parts 1, 1a & 2, Royal College of General Practitioners.

2011 – BSc (Hons), Mental Health and Social Care – Forensic and Intensive Health Care Studies, Nottingham University.

2011 – Independent Non-Medical Prescribing, Sheffield University.

2010 – Enhanced Operational Mental Health, Birmingham University.

2006 – Higher Diploma, Mental Health Nursing, York University.

Professional Registrations & Memberships

Nurse & Midwifery Council (NMC): 06H1176E.

EMDR Association UK and Ireland.

Specialisms

Adult Mental Health (PTSD, Personality Disorders, childhood trauma, addiction).

Main Therapeutic Approaches

EMDR – Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).

Dr Mary Jinks

Clinical & Forensic Psychologist

BA (Hons), MSc, DClinPsy.

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Expertise and Experience

Dr Mary Jinks is an Associate Clinician of the Purple House Clinic. She is a registered dual qualified Clinical and Forensic Psychologist (HCPC) and a Chartered Psychologist.

Mary is experienced in working with clients of all ages – children, adolescents and adults. She provides assessment, formulation and therapeutic intervention for a range of psychological, emotional and relational difficulties including anxiety, depression, phobias, eating disorders, low self-esteem, interpersonal difficulties, behaviours of concern, addictions, and trauma.

Mary draws on several therapeutic approaches depending on clients’ needs. For example, Cognitive Behavioural therapy (CBT), Narrative Exposure Therapy (NET), Schema Therapy, Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Cognitive Analytical Therapy (CAT). She is an accredited Schema therapist. Mary is creative in her ability to adapt the model to suit each individual client and is responsive to their particular needs. Mary engages in evidence-based practice.

Mary delivers staff training and consultancy and can assist with service evaluation and reflective practice-based groups/team supervision.

Mary currently works full-time in the NHS with clients with complex needs. She has worked in criminal justice and forensic mental health settings. She previously held an academic post at the University of Nottingham whereby she co-authored publications on topics including alcohol-related violence and engagement and readiness for intervention for individuals with personality difficulties.

Qualifications

2016 – Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (DClinPsy), University of Lincoln.

2013 – Qualification in Forensic Psychology (Stage 2), British Psychological Society.

2008 – Masters in Forensic Psychology (MSc), University of Leicester.

2006 – BA (Hons) Psychology.

Professional Registrations & Memberships

Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC): PYL29371.

The International Society of Schema Therapy (ISST).

Specialisms

Adolescent psychology (mental health problems, attachment difficulties, behaviour problems).

Adult psychology (PTSD, eating disorders, Personality Disorders, childhood trauma, interpersonal difficulties).

Forensic Psychology (offending behaviours, risk assessment, formulation and management).

Main Therapeutic Approaches

Schema Therapy (Mary is an accredited schema therapist).

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).

Cognitive Analytical Therapy (CAT).

Narrative Exposure Therapy (NET).

Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT).

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).

Dr Lynn Chapman

Clinical Psychologist

BSc Hons, DClinPsy.

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Expertise and Experience

Dr Lynn Chapman is a Specialist Clinical Psychologist and Associate with Purple House. Lynn has been employed within the NHS since 2006; she has experience working with Children, Adolescents and Adults both in the community and inpatient settings.

Lynn is highly experienced in working with a range of  mental health challenges. This includes difficulties with anxiety, depression, self-esteem, trauma (PTSD and Complex Trauma where the trauma has occurred during childhood); Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Psychosis and Interpersonal difficulties.

Psychological assessments and therapies are tailored to each individual. Lynn will draw on her range of skills, therapeutic knowledge and evidence-based best practice, in order to support the person in working towards their goals.

Lynn has extensive experience working with individuals who have experienced trauma; this may be due to a ‘single-event’ such as a road traffic accident, work-place accident or an assault. Lynn has also worked with more ‘complex’ trauma such as with veterans, individuals who may have experienced abuse from a young age or domestic abuse.

Qualifications

2011 – Doctorate in Clinical Psychology.

2004 – Bachelor of Science.

1999 – Counselling Skills and Counselling Theory.

Professional Registrations & Memberships

Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC): PYL27190.

Specialisms

Adult Psychology, including but not limited to:

  • PTSD;

  • Childhood trauma;

  • Interpersonal difficulties.

Main Therapeutic Approaches

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).

Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT).

Eye Movement Desensitisation & Reprocessing (EMDR).

Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT).

Zoe Powley

Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist

RMN, BSc Hons, MSc in CBT, PG Cert.

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Expertise and Experience

Zoe Powley is a Registered Mental Health Nurse and an accredited Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist.  She has over 25 years’ experience of working clinically, within a variety of mental health settings, with clients of all ages – adults, children, adolescents and their families. 

Zoe provides assessment and therapeutic intervention for clients experiencing a range of mental health difficulties, including depression, anxiety, phobias, obsessive-compulsive difficulties and post-traumatic stress. 

Zoe’s Masters qualification in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) allows her to specialise in using cognitive-behavioural interventions to help address the above, with both individuals and their families, adapting these to suit individual needs, differing developmental abilities and complex presentations. 

In particular, Zoe is skilled in using creative approaches to engage young people in therapy and working with clients who have more than one presenting mental health problem. 

Zoe is also trained in, and experienced in using, Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing therapy (EMDR), solution-focused and systemic approaches within her clinical work.

Zoe is highly experienced and skilled in providing clinical supervision and enjoys teaching and training, holding posts as an Associate Lecturer within several local universities.

Qualifications

2017 –  Post-Graduate Certificate in High Intensity Clinical Supervision, University of Derby.

2016/2017 – Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) Parts I, II and III.

2012 – Masters in Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy (Distinction), University of Derby.

2004 – Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Healthcare Studies (Child, Adolescent and Families Pathway), University of Nottingham.

1997 – Diploma in Mental Health Nursing (RMN), University of Nottingham.

Professional Registrations & Memberships

British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP): 100054.

Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC): 94C0322E

Specialisms

Adult, child and adolescent mental health.

Working systemically with families.

CBT for complex presentations.

Main Therapeutic Approaches

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).

EMDR.

Solution Focused Therapy.

Systemic Approaches.

Dr Vivien Rushmere

Consultant Clinical Psychologist

BSc (Hons), DClinPsy, CPsychol.

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Expertise and Experience

Dr Rushmere is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist who has 27 years’ experience working in the NHS in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services, both in community and inpatient settings.

Dr Rushmere is highly experienced in supporting young people and their carers/ families with a range of significant Mental Health difficulties. This includes difficulties with anxiety, mood, self-esteem, self-harm, eating related issues, family relationships, trauma, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Gender Identity issues. She utilises her breadth of experience to deliver bespoke interventions dependent on the individual’s specific requirements. This can incorporate Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Developmental Dyadic Psychotherapy (DDP), EMDR, Solution Focused Therapy, Systemic Therapy and other integrated approaches.

Dr Rushmere has a particular interest in trauma and attachment-based difficulties, and within her NHS work has provided specialist services to Looked After and Adopted Children and to community projects promoting healthy attachments in babies.

Dr Rushmere also advocates the benefits of human-animal contact and is a trained Animal Assisted Therapist. She was joined by her Therapy Dog Petra, in 2012, who continues to work alongside her as a loyal friend and invaluable co-therapist. Dr Rushmere is also trained in Equine Assisted Therapy and has been involved in research and service developments in this area.

Dr Rushmere has a passionate interest in the increase in prevalence of Mental Health difficulties in young people, and has been vocal in raising awareness of the benefits, challenges and pitfalls of social media on psychological wellbeing.

Qualifications

1998 – Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (DClinPsy), University of Birmingham.

1992 – Bachelors of Science (Honours), Joint degree in Psychology and Music, University of London.

Professional Registrations & Memberships

Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC): PYL25863.

Specialisms

Child and adolescent mental health.

Developmental trauma and attachment.

Animal assisted therapies.

Main Therapeutic Approaches

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT).

Developmental Dyadic Psychotherapy (DDP).

EMDR.

Solution Focused Therapy.

Systemic Therapy.

Animal-assisted therapy (AAT).

Sensorimotor Psychotherapy.

Dr Deborah Kingston

Clinical Psychologist

BSc (Hons), DClinPsy, CPsychol.

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Expertise and Experience

Dr Kingston is an Associate Clinician of The Purple House Clinic. She is a Registered Clinical Psychologist (HCPC) and a Chartered Psychologist (BPS). Dr Kingston is experienced in working with clients of all ages – adults, children and adolescents. She provides assessment and therapeutic intervention for a range of common psychological issues including depression, anxiety, phobias, obsessive/compulsive problems, trauma, and adolescent behavioural problems. She has particular expertise in working with Adults who have experienced traumatic events who, as a result, have developed complex conditions and may attract a range of mental health diagnoses. Dr Kingston utilises several therapeutic approaches including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR), Schema Therapy and Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT). Dr Kingston is an EMDR practitioner. Prior to becoming a Clinical Psychologist, Dr Kingston worked at Relate as a couples counsellor and still enjoys delivering couple/family interventions.

Dr Kingston currently works full-time in private practice. Prior to this, Dr Kingston worked in the NHS for 8 years, including 3 years as a Clinical Psychologist in Prison Mental health. In the prison service, she worked with offenders who had a history of untreated trauma. She regularly undertook assessments of offenders, exploring the impact of historical childhood abuse, and developed treatment packages to support this client group.

Qualifications

2014 – Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (DClinPsy), University of Lincoln.

2009 – Graduate Certificate Couple Counselling (Relate).

2008 –  Bsc (Hons) Psychology.

Professional Registrations & Memberships

Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC): PYL31037.

British Psychological Society (BPS): 230850.

EMDR Association UK and Ireland.

Specialisms

Adolescent Psychology (mental health problems, behaviour problems).

Adult Psychology (PTSD, Personality Disorders, childhood trauma, interpersonal problems).

Main Therapeutic Approaches

EMDR – Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (Dr Kingston is an accredited EMDR practitioner).

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT).

Schema Therapy.

Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT).

Dr Hannah Clements

Clinical Psychologist

BSc (Hons), DClinPsy.

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Expertise and Experience

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Qualifications

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Professional Registrations & Memberships

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Specialisms

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Amy Havenhand

Registered Mental Health Nurse

RMN, BSc (Hons).

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Expertise and Experience

Amy is a Registered Mental Health Nurse who is highly experienced in providing assessments and therapeutic interventions for clients who are experiencing a range of mental health and emotional difficulties including anxiety, depression, self-esteem, self-harm, phobias and post-traumatic stress. 

Amy is trained in both Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing therapy (EMDR) and Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT). She also uses solution focussed, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) and mindfulness approaches within her clinical work. Amy draws on her experience and several therapeutic approaches to suit the individual clients needs and works collaboratively with them to aid their recovery.

Amy has over 21 years’ experience of working clinically, within a variety of mental health settings including both inpatient and community settings with a range of age groups including adults, adolescents, children and their families. Having spent the last 13 years working in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS), Amy has significant experience of working with young people.

More recently Amy has begun working at the University of Lincoln as a Lecturer in Mental Health for Nursing and Health Care Students. Amy is passionate about Mental Health, and in particular Children and Young People’s Mental Health, and uses this passion both in her clinical work and in her teaching to future nurses. 

Amy has a particular interest in trauma and post-traumatic stress. She has, in previous roles, worked as a self-harm Nurse in the NHS and has also provided training to schools and hospital staff on child and adolescent mental health and mental health promotion. She is skilled in using a range of creative approaches to engage both young people and adults in therapy.

Qualifications

2013 – Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Mental Health Nursing, University of Nottingham.

2005 – Diploma in Mental Health Nursing (RMN), University of Nottingham.

Professional Registrations & Memberships

Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC): 05G2515E.

Specialisms

Child and Adolescent Mental Health.

Post-Traumatic Stress.

Depression.

Self-Harm.

Main Therapeutic Approaches

Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing therapy (EMDR).

Solution Focussed Therapy.

Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT).

Dr Caroline Lamerton

Forensic Psychologist

BSc Hons, PGC SSRM, ForenPsyD, CPsychol, AFBsS

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Expertise and Experience

Dr Lamerton is an Associate Psychologist at Purple House Lincoln. She is a Registered Forensic Psychologist and a Chartered Psychologist. 

Dr Lamerton is experienced in working with a range of clients. Historically, she has worked in a range of settings including medium secure care for men and women (also with an outpatient service), healthcare and mainstream prison environments and private practice specialising in child protection / parenting assessments. 

Early in her career, she worked voluntarily within a special needs school, in an ‘Appropriate Adult’ role within the probation service supporting children in custody, as a camp counsellor for Camp America and as a physical support worker. Dr Lamerton has, for the last eleven years, worked within high secure forensic mental health care. 

Dr Lamerton has experience of working with a range of presenting difficulties, including clients with severe and enduring mental health difficulties, medically classified as mental illness or personality disorder and the associated complex trauma. Dr Lamerton works within an attachment model where the power of the therapeutic relationship is paramount in supporting growth.  She uses a trauma informed, systemically driven, psychologically led and evidence-based way of formulating a client’s difficulties; recognising the importance of the many varied factors that influence the development, aetiology and maintenance of distress.

Dr Lamerton has experience of delivering a wide variety of treatments both individually and within a group context.  Some of these include work in relation to self-injurious behaviour, substance and alcohol use, mental health and well-being, depression and anxiety, phobias, mindfulness and relaxation, insight and formulation, problem-solving, coping and support work, sexual offending, treatment for violence (including within the family), motivational and self-esteem work, psychosis and personality, to name a few. Dr Lamerton also has experience of assessing a range of clinical and forensic needs including those required to inform differential diagnosis, complex neurological presentations and linked to risk of future offending, which inform care targets and pathways.

Dr Lamerton works within a range of models including Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Compassion Focussed Therapy and Schema Therapy, amongst others.  Experienced in working with complex cases, she is used to combining elements of different treatment approaches to provide a truly responsive and bespoke service to clients.  Dr Lamerton also has experience of delivering training and supervision to a range of disciplines, managing programme delivery by others, service evaluation and development.

 

Qualifications

2006 – Doctorate in Forensic Psychology (ForenPsyD) – University of Birmingham

2002 – Post Graduate Certificate in Social Science Research Methods (PGC SSRM) – Nottingham Trent University

2002 – Bachelor of Science in Psychology (BSc Hons), 2:1 – Nottingham Trent University

 

Professional Registrations and Memberships

Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) – PYL16052

British Psychological Society (BPS): Associate Fellow – 157325

BPS Division of Forensic Psychology

EMDR Association UK and Ireland

 

Specialisms

Adult Psychology (assessment and treatment of complex trauma, personality disorder, mental illness, interpersonal, attachment and adaptive functioning difficulties, substance use)

Forensic Issues (assessments and treatment of violent and sexual offending)

 

Main Therapeutic Approaches

Schema (informed) Therapy

Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT)

Compassion Focussed Therapy (CFT)

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR)

 

Dr Lesley Gibson

Clinical Psychologist & Psychodynamic Psychotherapist

BSc Hons, DClinPsy, PGDip

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Expertise and Experience

Dr Gibson is an associate Psychologist at the Purple House Clinic in Lincoln.  She is a registered Clinical Psychologist & Psychodynamic Psychotherapist.  She is experienced in working with Adults (aged 16 years and above).  She provides assessment and psychological therapy for a range of emotional problems such as anxiety, depression, difficulties related to trauma, loss or bereavement, appearance/body issue concerns, relationship/interpersonal issues and distress related to physical health conditions.  She draws upon a range of therapeutic approaches but specialises in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy.  This is an approach which explores a deeper understanding of psychological difficulties.  This can be helpful when problems are longstanding or there are repeated negative patterns that feel difficult to change.  Therapy can be short or longer term (depending on the problem) and it may involve working through painful feelings related to past experiences and early relationships.  It aims to provide long term change and benefit, rather than short term relief of symptoms

Dr Gibson has worked as a private practitioner since 2017, this has largely involved therapeutic work with adults.  She has been a Clinical Psychologist in the NHS since 2007, working in adult mental health and also a health psychology service.  As well as direct clinical work, she has also offered supervision to a range of other therapists.

Qualifications

2016 – Intercultural Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: Qualifying course in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy (Northern School of Child & Adolescent Psychotherapy/University of Essex)

2012 – Post Graduate Diploma (PGDip) in Foundations of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy (Northern School of Child & Adolescent Psychotherapy/Tavistock & Portman NHS Foundation Trust)

2007 – Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (DClinPsy) (University of Hull)

2004 – Bachelor of Science in Psychology (BSc Hons) (University of Hull)

Professional Registrations and Memberships

Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) – PYL25054

British Psychoanalytic Council (BPC) – 157325

Tavistock Society of Psychotherapists – Member

Specialisms

Adult Psychology (16 years plus): Anxiety, depression, trauma, loss, bereavement, appearance or body issue distress, relationship/interpersonal problems.

Health Psychology (16 years plus): Distress caused by or exacerbated by physical health conditions

Main Therapeutic Approaches

Psychodynamic Psychotherapy (Shorter or Longer Term)

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT)

Compassion Focussed Therapy (CFT)

 

 

Clinic Location

Our main clinic in Lincoln is situated in the city centre within ‘The Terrace’, Grantham Street. However, some appointments are held at other clinic rooms in Lincoln. Consequently, please check the location details on your booking confirmation email.

The Purple House Clinic
The Terrace
Grantham Street
Lincoln
LN2 1BD

The Purple House Clinic
The Terrace
Grantham Street
Lincoln
LN2 1BD

        

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