We are able to offer individual or group clinical supervision to either qualified or trainee psychologists and psychotherapists wishing to develop their practice, particularly in the areas of adult mental health, forensic mental health, counselling psychology and cognitive behavioural therapy. We offer supervisory services in the South-East as well as the East of England regions.
For example, Hartland Psychology Ltd. has extensive experience of working with forensic and health psychologists seeking to obtain further qualifications in psychotherapy or dual registration as a counselling psychologist. We have also assisted numerous individuals to complete, successfully, primary care level, high intensity trainings in psychological therapies.
We are able to offer therapeutic interventions to private individuals at our clinic in South London, or by arrangement, elsewhere, for a range of commonly experienced psychological and emotional problems. Referrals are accepted from general practitioners and other suitable referral agencies. Hartland Psychology Ltd. is a registered provider of psychological services for BUPA and PruHealth.
Individual sessions typically involve psychological asessment and treatment using cognitive behavioural and other techniques such as Kelly's, Personal Construct Psychology , depending on the presenting issue and individual requirements. Through therapy, clients are assisted to develop a better understanding of their own problems and the solutions that might be available to them. Some of the issues that we may be able to help with include:
Anxiety, worry and stress
Depression and low mood
Phobia and fears
Managing physical pain
Feelings of anger
Difficulties with motivation
At the heart of delivering great services is the ambition to deliver real results which improve or change people’s lives. Hartland Psychology Ltd. has significant experience and expertise in service design and managing and improving performance and outcomes, particularly in the fields of psychological therapies and offending behaviour.
We work with partners in the NHS, the Probation Service, the Prison Service and the private and voluntary sectors in the design, delivery and evaluation of clinical interventions, delivering training for individuals and groups around these themes. The company is regularly engaged with services facing the pressure of meeting external clinical audit and inspection requirements and is able to assist staff and teams in developing their practice in line with these and other quality assurance systems.
We also have experience of both sides of the tendering process, in particular, specification design and evaluation and have been involved in helping services meet requirements for successful renewal of contract.