- Fee assured
- Verified this account
This healthcare professional let us know that they are currently available for:
- Video consultations
- Phone consultations
Last updated: 12 Nov 2020
- Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)
- Mindfulness based CBT
I chose to study psychology because I’m fascinated by how different we all are from each other, at the same time as having something fundamental in common that lets us empathise with each other’s experience. Each person’s situation is different, and what suits one person may not work for another. As a therapist, my job isn’t to tell people what to do, but to collaborate with them to find and implement the solutions that work best for them. I believe in using evidence-based therapies in a flexible, responsive way, to help each individual person to make meaningful changes in their life. It is a privilege to do this work, and I am continually impressed by the ways in which people are able to change their lives for the better. However complex or long-term the issues, it is always possible to make a difference.
Areas of interest
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT); Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT); Mindfulness-based approaches;
Eating disorders; Childhood trauma; OCD; Anxiety disorders and Depression; Chronic or progressive physical health conditions; Autism; Hypothesis-led psychometric testing for complex neurological issues in adults and children, including autism; memory issues; difficulties with executive functioning; general learning disability.
General IQ testing and cognitive profiling. Also able to communicate using British Sign Language.
Autism, psychological therapies, attachment
(Additional) Languages spoken
- French - Fluent
- German - Basic
Taylor, E., Target, M. & Charman, T. (2008) Attachment in adults with high-functioning autism. Attachment and Human Development 10: 43-163.
Drew, A., Baird, G., Taylor, E., Milne, E. & Charman, T. (2007) The Social Communication Assessment for Toddlers with Autism: an instrument to measure the frequency, form and function of communication in toddlers with autism spectrum disorder. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 37: 648-666.
Charman, T., Taylor, E., Drew, A., Cockerill, H., Brown, J. A. & Baird, G. (2005) Outcome at 7 years of children diagnosed with autism at age 2: predictive validity of assessments conducted at 2 and 3 years of age and pattern of symptom change over time. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 46(5): 500-513.
- DClinPsy Doctorate in Clinical Psychology University College London 2006
- BA (Hons) Experimental Psychology Oxford University 2001