Dr Stuart has been a practicing psychologist for 18 years. She heads the team at DSA and is a trainer in psychological treatment and regularly supervises other psychologists. Dr Stuart has an expertise in providing evidenced-based treatments for all adult mental health problems. Anxiety disorders, pain management and eating disorders are her specialist interest.
Dr Joanne Stuart
Dr Anne Lane has been providing evidence based therapeutic interventions for a wide range of psychological disorders in adults and children since 1996. She has worked in the NHS as a Specialist, Highly Specialist and Principal Clinical Psychologist / Professional Manager. She provides supervision, training and consultation to psychologists and people from other disciplines. She has a doctorate in clinical psychology and a masters in systemic therapy.
Dr Anne Lane
Gemma qualified as a counselling psychologist in 2001. Since that time, she has had extensive experience working with a variety of disorders and with people across the ages. She has had substantive post within the NHS where she has supervised other specialist psychologists. She is able to work with children, adults, families and with couples. Her approach is one of focused and goal centred and her aim is to help individuals quickly achieve an understanding of their difficulties and how they can improve their situation.
Dr Griffiths has been a practicing psychologist for 14 years and has a doctorate in Clinical Psychology. NHS posts included highly specialist and principle psychology role where Dr Griffiths provided supervision and training, and management to other psychologists. She has a doctorate in clinical psychology and a highly specialist training in Neuropsychology. Anxiety disorders and neuropsychological rehabilitation are her specialist interests.
Dr Jayne Griffiths
Dr Douglas-Pennant has been working in the NHS since 1988. She began studying psychology and working across a variety of mental health settings in 2000 and has extensive experience working with children, adolescents, couples and families. Her area of interest is specifically in supporting parents, children and families post parental divorce. She has both a doctorate in counselling psychology and a specialist training in systemic therapy. Dr Douglas-Pennant presently works at CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service) in the NHS and for a charity supporting young people with enduring and complex mental health issues.
Dr Caroline Douglas-Pennant
Simon has worked as a clinical psychologist for over 30 years, initially in the NHS and now as an independent practitioner. He has experience in a wide range of areas, primarily using a cognitive behavioural approach. Working collaboratively, usually on a 1 to 1 basis, he sees people with anxiety, depression, ocd, phobias, sleep, low self - esteem and anger /assertiveness issues. He also has seen clients with drug and alcohol problems, gambling habits and men who are abusive to their partners.