Nick Radcliffe, Clinical Psychologist, Family Therapist and Mediator
BSc Psychology, MA Psychology and Learning Disabilities, M Clinical Psychology, Postgraduate Diploma in Systemic Therapy, Certificate in Mediation
Dr Lucy Gahan, Clinical Psychologist
Dr Amanda Crawshaw, Counselling Psychologist
Johanna Bruger, Assistant Psychologist BSc Psychology, MSc Organisational Psychology
We adopt an open, honest and ethical approach to our work.
Respect and Compassion
We show empathy and understanding and treat everyone with respect and cortesy.
We value differences and ensure to treat everyone with a fair and consistent approach.
We are passionate about our work and the difference our work can make in people's life.
We believe in continouse development and learning in order to improve our services.
We believe in the importance of taking responsibility of one's own action.
We believe that many problems are best understood when explored in the context of the relationships that give them meaning (i.e. other people and the problem situation).
This means that we try to help you to look at the problems experienced from different standpoints while remaining connected - whether these are problems at home, at work, school or in your community – we believe that by doing this it invites you to be open to seeing things anew.
Our approach helps people to build a richer understanding and can lead to real changes in their experience, feelings and relationship with others.