- Fee assured
- Verified account
- Behaviour Therapy
- CBT with Exposure and Response Prevention (CBT with ERP)
- Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)
- Dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT)
- Family Therapy
- Motivational Interviewing
- Video and telephone consultations
Every young person is unique and importantly, so is their context: their family, friends and experience of education. Therefore, I'm a strong believer in really listening to the young person and their family and generating a joint understanding before agreeing on the most useful psychological intervention.
As Psychologists, we are trained to be adept in a range of therapeutic models and draw from them depending on what may be most helpful for the young person. These models include CBT, ACT, DBT, Systemic Family Therapy, Person-centred approaches and Brief solution focussed methods.
My hope is that young people complete their therapy feeling heard and respected and able to face the world with a range of life skills to draw on in the future. An additional aim is for parents leave with a deeper shared understanding of difficulties, stronger relationships and more confidence.
Areas of interest
Family conflict/ communication difficulties; coping with divorce/ separation/ domestic violence; managing distress and heightened emotions (emotional dysregulation); parenting support; anxiety (generalised anxiety; health anxiety; separation anxiety; phobias); low mood/depression; self-harm; OCD; Autistic Spectrum and other neuro-developmental difficulties e.g. ADHD, tics and Tourettes; disordered eating; body image difficulties; sleep problems; behavioural difficulties; resilience; low self-esteem and bullying; school liaison.
- Dr Catherine Binney
- Halcyon Clinical Psychology & Animal Assisted Therapy, Studio 2, Brookend Farm Brookend Lane Kempsey Worcester WR5 3LF
- 07510 318118