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Meet Hannah 

Clinical and Forensic Psychologist 

If you're reading this, chances are you're looking for a psychologist who can really understand what you're going through. Well, let me tell you, I get it. Life can be tough and overwhelming, and sometimes we all need a little extra support to help us navigate our way through it. That's why I became a Clinical and Forensic Psychologist - to help people like you.


I've worked in a range of mental health  and prison services, and I've seen first-hand the adversities people can face. But I've also seen the incredible resilience and strength that people have, and how with the right support, they can thrive.


So if you're feeling lost, stuck, or overwhelmed, know that you're not alone.

My story

Helping people has always been my passion, but it became even stronger in March 2021 when I sadly lost one of my parents. I felt confused, lost, overwhelmed by emotions, and really didn't know where to turn. Even though others around me were going through grief as well, I often felt alone in my experience, and I understand how isolating experiencing a trauma can feel. I didn't want others to have to go through that too.

This experience inspired me to focus my work on supporting people who are going through difficult life situations. I'm committed to promote open conversations on sensitive and often stigmatised topics, such as grief, loss, trauma and mental health. These are vital, but can often be things that people shy away from


Life can be difficult sometimes and throw curveballs at us, leaving us feeling lost, confused or like we've lost a part of ourselves. It can feel extremely overwhelming, debilitating and lonely, but I want you to know that you're not alone. There is no right or wrong way to feel, and sometimes we need a little guidance to make sense of what we're going through.

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That's where I come in.


I'm here to help you navigate through this difficult time and support you along the way. My goal is to create a safe space for you to share your story, explore your emotions and experiences, and help you gain clarity and understanding.


Let's work together to move forward and find a path that works for you.

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Doctorate in Clinical and Forensic Psychology - University of Birmingham

MSc in Forensic Psychology - University of Leicester

BSc in Psychology - University of Lancaster


Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing (EMDR)

Dyadic Development Psychotherapy Training Level One

Facts about me...
To try and keep on top of my own mental health I like to be active and can often be found walking, playing netball or running. 
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