Dr Eleanor Clark (D.Clin.Psych)

Dr Clark is an experienced HCPC accredited and registered Clinical Psychologist who specialises in working with children, teenagers and families. She worked within the NHS for 10 years within both CAMHS services as well as a specialist eating disorder post before leaving to establish herself as an independent practitioner.

She works with young people who are experiencing emotional and behavioural difficulties and has particular expertise in the treatment of anxiety-based disorders, low mood and self esteem issues, eating and body image concerns as well as a specialist interest in Tic Disorders and Tourette Syndrome.

As a psychologist, she is trained in and able to draw upon a range of psychological therapies however she specialises in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). Her website link below provides information around this approach as well as more details around making an initial appointment.

Dr Emma Cotterill (D.Clin.Psych)

Dr Emma Cotterill is an experienced HCPC accredited and registered Clinical Psychologist, with 10 years experience working in the NHS and privately.  She works with adults experiencing mental health difficulties, including, depression, anxiety, panic, stress, eating difficulties, grief and loss, as well as people with neurological and learning difficulties.

She supports individuals to develop an understanding of difficulties they may be experiencing and to help them to manage and overcome their difficulties. She has trained and works with a range of therapy approaches including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and Mindfulness.

Dr Cotterill believes passionately in supporting individuals to lead fulfilling lives, in line with the goals and values that are important to them; to help them to overcome whatever difficulties, challenges, or losses they may be facing, by having the space and support to talk about and make sense of their thoughts and feelings and by building psychological strength, skills, and resilience.

Her website is


Lisa Carver – Executive Coach

Lisa supports people navigating employed life.  For many people a large proportion of time is spent at work, it’s crucial to a person’s overall happiness to be engaged, connected and thriving in the workplace.

Here are some of the situations that Lisa has coached people through:

  • Return to work  • Building confidence & self-esteem in the workplace • Career strategy & progression• Interview preparation • Going for promotion •Communication, relationships & networking • Raising your profile & making an impact • New role support & success • Optimise personal & team performance • Leadership support • Managing conflict & difficult conversations • Improve work/life balance, managing workload & stress

Lisa has worked and succeeded in highly pressured corporate environments as a leader and commercial director before becoming an executive coach.  Prior to coaching she was promoted internally by every employer within a year of being hired and every two years subsequently.  She launched as an executive coach in 2017 having completed her masters level executive coaching qualification and secured accreditation from the ICF (International Coaching Federation).

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