Taylar Ashlin - Clinical/Neuro Psychologist
BBsc (hons), MAPsych (Clinical), Statement of Equivalence (SoE BPS), Member of the British Neuropsychological Society (BNS)
Available for appointments Online via Skype Counselling
At any stage of a person’s life one may find themselves in a situation they couldn’t have predicted or find themselves stuck, not knowing how to improve their life. At times of reflection you may stop and conclude this is not how you want to live. In difficult times like these it’s hard to cope and it’s easy to fall into negative habits or cycles that can lead to long term problems. Psychological help is highly beneficial in identifying and acknowledging these problems, the underlying causes and the negative thoughts, feelings, and behaviours associated with them. With the right support, we are all capable of embracing therapy and learning new skills which allow us to make positive changes in our lives.
Helping a person to find a better balance in their lives underpins my work as a Psychologist. My approach is to engage with you to work in a collaborative way to promote positive change. I predominately practise with Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, but also, where appropriate, use Family Systemic Therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (including mindfulness), and some holistic approaches. All treatment is formulated and tailored to the individual, your therapy goals are reviewed and amended accordingly throughout the course of treatment.
I am a Clinical Psychologist/Neuropsychologist who is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council. I first qualified in Australia and started working in Acute Adult and Child Mental Health units. I then came to the UK and now hold the title of Lead Paediatric Neuropsychologist at a Private Hospital. I also provide expert witness services in Clinical and Neuropsychology.
I love going home and visiting Sydney, water skiing and cycling. I strive to practice what I preach, and try to adopt a balanced life with good mental health and well-being.
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