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“I have always been inspired by the strength that people can cultivate in the face of suffering that is a common part of the course of life. As a fellow human being who shares in that pain, I approach therapy with a humble, genuine, and non-judgemental approach, where I aim to create a safe and trusting therapeutic space for the person.”

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I draw upon my training in psychology, and academic and clinical experiences, to embark on a therapeutic journey with my clients, exploring the meaning of their problems, and nurturing self-awareness, compassion, and resources that can enable them to reconnect with what is personally meaningful.

Angelica has worked with people across the lifespan who experience a range of difficulties, from mild to severe, including: depression; anxiety; low self-esteem; low self-confidence; relationship difficulties; sleep difficulties; perfectionism; stress; burnout; substance misuse; panic attacks; phobias; bereavement; chronic pain and other physical health problems; autism; trauma; psychosis; personality disorders; and bipolar disorder. 

Angelica also has extensive experience working with carers of people suffering from dementia, brain injury, psychosis, and physical illnesses.  

Angelica uses a range of psychological approaches including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT). She is also trained to provide Behavioural Family Therapy (BFT) and Family Intervention in Psychosis (FIp), and draws upon systemic and attachment theories to inform her work. She is currently training in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). 

Angelica provides face-to-face and online therapy sessions.

Angelica provides training and consultation for mental health teams in the NHS, and delivers supervision in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Family Intervention in Psychosis (FIp) to trainee clinical psychologists, qualified psychologists, and other professionals. She has an interest in academic teaching and has taught on the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology programme at the University of East London. 

Angelica began her professional career working for the Rehabilitation for Addicted Prisoners Trust in Oxfordshire before taking up various positions working with community mental health teams, child and adolescent mental health services, and as a trainee clinical psychologist in Birmingham. She is currently a Principal Clinical Psychologist for the North East London NHS Foundation Trust and a specialist child and adolescent clinical psychologist for the Perinatal Mental Health Service.

Attard, A., Larkin, M., Boden, Z., & Jackson, C. (2017). Understanding adaptation to first episode psychosis through the creation of images. Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Mental Health4(1), 73-88.

Attard, A., & Larkin, M. (2016). Art therapy for people with psychosis: a narrative review of the literature. The Lancet Psychiatry3(11), 1067-1078.

Attard, A., & Coulson, N. S. (2012). A thematic analysis of patient communication in Parkinson’s disease online support group discussion forums. Computers in Human Behavior28(2), 500-506.

Participation in a video resource available online which is used by GPs across London to inform clients and families about early intervention in psychosis.

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