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Meet the Team

As Clinical Psychologists, we work with a range of mental health problems and emotional needs to try and reduce distress and support psychological and emotional wellbeing. Clinical Psychologists can draw upon a range of psychological therapies and approaches when working with individuals and families. We are trained to doctorate level and are specialist in working with psychological issues. We are registered with the Health and Care Professionals Council (HCPC) and have completed further post qualification in psychological assessment and psychological intervention.

Our Assistant Psychologists also work with a range of psychological needs and issues, though they are at a different stage in their training and career, having completed a degree in psychology (BSc) and/or a master’s degree in the field of psychology. Assistant Psychologists work under the supervision of Dr Kate Baldry and are still in training to become fully qualified. They continue to complete training to develop their skills and knowledge and assist the practice in delivering psychological services, in addition to working directly with some clients, adults and children, when it is appropriate for them to do so.

Dr Kate Baldry
Clinical Psychologist
Kate works with a range of psychological issues with experience of working with children, young people, and adults. She has worked in the field of clinical psychology for almost 15 years, working in the NHS in child and adolescent mental health services and learning disability services prior to independent practice. Kate has worked in independent practice for over 5 years, working with both children and adults. Kate is an HCPC registered Clinical Psychologist and a chartered member of the British Psychological Society. She has particular interests and expertise in working with trauma including developmental/childhood trauma and PTSD, anxiety, and adapting psychological therapy to meet the needs of autistic individuals and individuals with learning needs. Kate uses different therapy approaches including cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR), Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT), and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). She draws upon these different approaches to tailor therapy to each client, working with them to move towards their therapeutic goals and make changes which reflect what is most important in their lives.

Katie Haji-Miller
Assistant Psychologist
Katie has worked in the field of psychology for over 7 years and has worked in both the NHS and private sector before joining the practice. She has a degree in Applied Psychology (BSc) and is working towards qualifying as a Counsellor. Katie has experience of working therapeutically with both adults and children. She contributes to the team’s work with schools and psychological assessments. Katie is also helping to develop our early support pathway under the supervision of the Clinical Psychologists in the team, working with adults, children, and young people who are experiencing difficulties managing feelings of anxiety and anger, and those who experience specific phobias and may be experiencing low self-esteem. Katie draws upon cognitive-behavioural models, as well as her counselling skills, with interests in working from compassion-focused and mindfulness approaches and techniques.