Dr Christina Wilson -Clinical Psychologist
Dr Christina Wilson
Available for appointments Online via Skype Counselling.
Works With All Ages
Growth and healing become possible when your emotional pain is no longer hidden and is brought into the open.
I invite you to a safe therapeutic space which offers warmth, acceptance, honesty, empathy, validation, freedom, healing, and unfolding possibilities.
My aim is to provide a supportive compassionate therapy space for you to explore difficulties and emotional distress, including experiences of anxiety, low mood, eating difficulties, relational difficulties, and trauma. I will be with you through your personal growth and whilst we explore how to make a meaningful life. I work flexibly and collaboratively to meet your needs by using, amongst others, cognitive-analytic therapies, cognitive-behavioural treatments (CBT), compassion-focused therapy, as well as acceptance and commitment therapy approaches. Each plan is tailored to your specific needs
I want you to feel seen and heard. My motivation is to value people, value diversity, lessen your distress and improve your wellbeing.
The journey to wellbeing is as important as reaching that destination. It is important to acknowledge each step of the way, valuing every important change.
Hearing an individual’s story is important to me. Noticing how getting stuck can be experienced as brokenness, exploring finding a light in the dark moments, and noticing the strength and courage as you fight internal battles that only you know about and exploring what it means to be yourself and to care for yourself.
I have worked in psychological services since 2010, offering therapy for mild to complex psychological difficulties. In addition, I specialise in Eating Disorders as well as ‘Looked After and Adopted Children’. I am currently training in Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) and attending further training in trauma approaches. Life outside of work is focused upon family life, films, reading, nature and spirituality.
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