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"I grew up in Liverpool and returned here to lead to Service in 2019, after 15 years of experience working as a consultant clinical psychologist at King’s College Hospital in London. I am training in cognitive-behavioural and interpersonal therapies and am also an experienced mindfulness teacher. I am interested in the benefits of psychology and mindfulness for healthcare professionals, as well as for people living with cancer and other illnesses."

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"I qualified as a Clinical Psychologist in 2009 and I have worked for the Liverpool Cancer Psychology Service since qualification. I am currently Principal Clinical Psychologist in the service and support people affected by various types of cancer. I also provide assessment and support for people considering risk reducing mastectomy. I offer an integrative approach to psychological therapy, with a specialist interest in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and metacognitive therapy (MCT)."

"I work as a Clinical Psychologist across cancer and cardiology services. I enjoy working with patients and families and with other professionals in the teams to improve mental wellbeing and quality of life for patients with physical health problems. I have previously worked in both Physical Health and Adult Mental Health NHS Services in Scotland. I use a number of different psychological models to inform my practice, including Mindfulness. I am currently involved in a research project across several trusts in Liverpool, working with Heart Failure Nursing Teams to improve the recognition of psychological distress and facilitate onward referral. We hope that this will improve health outcomes and help us to support people with their physical and mental health in a more integrated way."

"Following an extensive career in oncology nursing in London, I moved to Liverpool in 2006 and trained as a Health Psychologist. Since 2010 I have provided a Health Psychology service for patients with eye cancer. My interests lies in preventing distress in patients with cancer by identifying those vulnerable to persistent distress and providing early psychological intervention."

"I am working at both the University of Liverpool and the Royal Hospital. My initial study was in philosophy before I moved into clinical psychology and research. I completed my doctorate in clinical psychology at the University of Lancaster where I specialised in meaning based therapies such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). I grew up on the Wirral and have been working and living in the Liverpool area for over 10 years; I am proud to contribute to the psychological wellbeing of the local community."

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"I work as an Assistant Psychologist in the Cancer Psychology Service, and at the University of Liverpool contributing to psychological research. I completed my Masters in Clinical and Health Psychology at the University and have previous experience of working as a health care assistant here at the Royal. In addition to experience of working in mental health teams with support work and volunteer counselling roles. I enjoy working with individuals, their families and other professionals in the team to help improve wellbeing and quality of life."

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Bio coming soon.