Prior to any formal agreement of work, an initial free telephone consultation can be arranged to discuss your situation, how Hannah may be able to help and what this would entail.
Brief Initial Assessment: An initial assessment of 1 or 2 sessions takes place to develop a clear understanding of the challenges and a focus for future intervention.
Comprehensive Psychological Assessment: A comprehensive psychological assessment will be recommended for those difficulties and challenges which are complex and less clear. The number of sessions will be contingent upon the individual situation.
Intervention sessions are determined by;
- Outcome of the initial assessment
- Agreement with the client
- Complexity of the difficulties and challenges being worked through
- Therapeutic approach
Individual sessions range from 50 minutes to 1½ hours
A range of therapeutic approaches are available including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT),
Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR), narrative and systemic approaches.
Consultation and one-off sessions can be provided to professionals, teams and individuals, privately or within organisations, regarding all areas associated with clinical and sport psychology.
Ad hoc and regular supervision is available for individuals and groups, privately or within organisations. Hannah regularly supervises individuals from a variety of professional backgrounds.
Hannah has provided supervision to professionals and students across various fields including:
|MSc in Applied Clinical Psychology – MSc Students||University of Central Lancashire|
|Trainee Clinical Psychologists –|
Clinical Supervisor &
Research Field Supervisor
|Lancaster University & University of Manchester|
|Clinical Supervisor||NHS – Assistant Psychologists|
Multi-Disciplinary Team Members
Clinical Psychologists in Private Practice
|Group Clinical Supervisor||NHS Professionals|
Tailored teaching, training and workshop packages on a variety of clinical and sport psychology topics and areas (including, mental health, parenting dilemmas, performance enhancement, ‘being your next best’) can be developed for a wide range of audiences (e.g., academics, professionals, coaches, parents, sportspeople/athletes etc.).
Teaching and workshops are provided to cover a range of topics tailored to the audience. Examples undertaken :
|Child Development & Overcoming Competition Nerves||National Ice Skating Association Coaches Convention, Nottingham|
|Various topics MSc in Applied Clinical Psychology||University of Central Lancashire|
|‘How to Reach Your Next Level’ Workshop– Sports Psychology||HE Equine Students, Myerscough College, Preston|
|Adolescence||Doctorate in Clinical Psychology; University of Manchester|
|Self-Harm & Suicide in Adolescence||Doctorate in Clinical Psychology; University of Manchester|
|Tier 4 Child & Adolescent Mental Health Services||Foundation Degree in Mental Health; Accrington & Rossendale College|
|Athletes and Eating Difficulties||Ministry of Defence; CPD Event for Clinical Psychologists|
Virtual Sessions e.g. Skype/Zoom
In the event of the difficulty of occasional geographical challenges, consultation, supervision and/or sessional work can be provided virtually (e.g., via Skype/Zoom). Such service provision can be discussed as and when appropriate.