As well as being a Chartered Psychologist Patricia holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). She is also a qualified Eye Movement Desensitising Reprocessing (EMDR) trauma therapist and through her experience is able to draw on other approaches to meet the individual needs of each client.See More
Educational Psychology Services
As a Chartered Educational Psychologist Patricia can provide psychological assessment, including cognitive and attainment assessments, in order to inform educational learning plans and identify any learning difficulties.See More
Training & Consultation
Patricia has carried out extensive training in a variety of settings including psychological services, schools, parental workshops, colleges, universities and businesses. Any training provided is tailored to the needs of each individual stakeholder and evaluated to ensure efficacy.See More
Expert Witness Service
Patricia has undertaken courses by Bond Solon in London and has acted as an expert witness for many cases presented at the Sheriff and Immigration Court. These reports have addressed issues such as children’s intellectual capacity, parental contact, child development, effects of disabilities such as autism, as well as the effects of attachment and trauma.See More
Working with children takes a knowledge and understanding of child development. Patricia is able to make any intervention developmentally appropriate and engaging for younger clients.See More
Patricia at Glen Psychology can offer a rapid response to any employee referred to her service through their manager or human resource provider; typically responding to any enquiry within 24 hours. Assessment and risk assessment can be carried out by telephone or by remote means and, if necessary, a treatment plan can be quickly implemented ensuring employees get the support they need.See More
In this short video Patricia describes the benefits of a therapeutic intervention called Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing (EMDR). EMDR is recommended by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) guidelines for the treatment of trauma and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
In this video Patricia describes how Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) can be used to treat a number of mental health disorders including anxiety disorders and depression. Patricia explains how negative thinking and unhelpful behaviours can be challenged to improve health and wellbeing.