The impact of Coronavirus is effecting us all in various ways and on many levels so we feel it’s important to remind you that as always, City Psychology Group (CPG) is here to help and support your mental health and psychological wellbeing.

 We continue to be fully operational with all our clinicians now conducting equally effective therapy sessions via online video or telephone call appointments.

The good news is that this has enabled us to continue providing you with the high quality care that we pride ourselves in especially during these unprecedented times.

 If you have any queries or are interested in CPG supporting you, or someone else who may be struggling, during these challenging times, then please do not hesitate to get in touch.

 Wishing you the best of health.
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“Everyone deserves the opportunity to live a healthy, happy and meaningful life.

 I have a genuine passion for helping others and making positive changes to the way we talk about mental health”

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My aim as a psychologist is to work alongside clients in a sensitive, warm, and non-judgmental manner, providing a safe space for open discussion. I always strive to build a trusting, collaborative, and supportive relationship. I support clients to gain an in-depth understanding of themselves, their relationships, and their world. I work on strategies to ensure clients build on their existing strengths, improve their well-being, and live a life they value. Having worked with a diverse range of clients across Ireland, the UK, and Australia, I approach my work in a culturally sensitive manner and understand clients’ needs in the context of their unique backgrounds and life experiences. 

Aisling has worked with people across the lifespan with a wide range of difficulties including: depression; anxiety; panic; work-related stress; low self-esteem; relationship difficulties; trauma; pain management; illness adjustment; bereavement; dementia; autism; psychosis; personality disorders; and bipolar disorder. She is skilled in the delivery of a wide range of cognitive assessments including intelligence (IQ), learning, memory, and dementia assessments, and has worked clinically in specialist neuropsychiatry clinics and in a research capacity within memory clinics across London. 

Aisling specialises in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and third-wave CBT models including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT), and mindfulness, but tailors her approach to each client and draws on other evidence-based therapies such as Interpersonal Therapy (IPT). She has a special interest in trauma-informed therapeutic approaches and in the integration of physical and mental health care.

Aisling holds a position as a clinical psychologist at South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust in the award-winning National Psychological Interventions Clinic for people with Psychosis (PICuP) . Before completing her clinical doctorate at King’s College London, she worked as a counsellor in Perth, Western Australia, supporting families to reunite under the care of child protection services. Prior to this, she worked with children and adults with autism spectrum disorder and as an assistant psychologist in older adult memory services and child and adolescent mental health services in Ireland and Wales. 

Since qualifying as a clinical psychologist, she has completed additional training in mindfulness and compassion focused therapy (CFT).

Roche-Morris, A., & Cheetham, J. (2019). “You hear voices too?”: A hearing voices group for people with learning disabilities in a community mental health setting. British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 47, 42-49. 

DOI: 10.1111/bld.12255

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