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What are Clinical Psychologists?

Clinical Psychologists are mental health professionals who are trained to an exceptionally high level in the ways that biological, psychological and social factors influence how we think, feel and behave. This means that Clinical Psychologists have the skills to use a wide range of psychological theories and techniques to help people overcome difficulties. Accordingly, they are experienced in undertaking detailed assessments and are able to offer a variety of interventions tailored for each individuals.

What are Chartered Clinical Psychologists?

The British psychological societyThese are highly trained and experienced Clinical Psychologists who are regulated by The Health Professions Council and whose professional body is the British Psychological Society (www.bps.org.uk). Clinical Psychologists are expected to work in accordance with national best practice guidelines such as Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network (www.sign.ac.uk) and The National Institute Clinical Excellence (www.nice.org.uk)