Dr. Hannah Butler-Coyne is a Health and Care Professions Council Registered and British Psychological Society Chartered Clinical Psychologist. She works in both the NHS and private practice with children, adults and families experiencing a broad range of mental health difficulties.
As part of her independent practice Hannah also specialises in the application of clinical psychology within the sport setting in supporting athletes and sportspeople improve their focus and confidence and to address and manage mental health difficulties which may be impacting on performance. Hannah is one of few Clinical Psychologists in the United Kingdom practising in both clinical and sport psychology domains.
She lectures at the University of Central Lancashire and is visiting Lecturer on a number of courses at universities and colleges throughout the North West of England.
|The Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health|
|British Psychological Society|
|• Division of Clinical Psychology|
|○ Faculty for Children and Young People|
|• Division of Sport & Exercise Psychology|
|• British Psychological Society Register for Applied Psychology Practice Supervisors (RAPPS) (RAPPS Verification)|
|The British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences|
|Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing Association|