Clinical Psychology

Clinical psychologists use well established techniques to promote psychological wellbeing and positive change using thoroughly researched and clinically proven techniques. Clinical psychologists work with people of all ages who experience mental or physical health problems. These may include: anxiety and depression; serious and enduring mental illness; adjustment to physical illness; neurological disorders; addictive behaviours; eating disorders; behaviour disorders; personal and family relationship problems; learning disabilities.

In most countries Clinical Psychology is a regulated profession and requirements for professional practice are extremely stringent. Clinical Psychologists undertake many years of supervised training and are qualified to doctoral level in clinical practice. Though local standards in Europe may vary The City Practice requires that Clinical Psychologists working as associates are fully qualified trained and experienced to the standards required by the British Psychological Society and UK Health Professions Counsel (HPC) no matter where they are working in Europe.