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With over 20 years of experience, I am passionate about tailoring evidence-based psychological interventions, so clients reach their best hopes in a relatively short space of time. Whilst providing a safe and contained space, I aim for clients to gain a marked sense of well-being and increased ease in their lives. When necessary, I offer diagnostic neuropsychometric assessment that can help with the management of autism, dyslexia and other related neurological conditions, including brain injury and memory loss.

Daksha is a Clinical Executive at CPG. She is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist and an Associate Clinical Tutor at the Royal Holloway Clinical Doctorate Programme. She has worked with the whole range of adult mental health and neuropsychological conditions. Given her diverse clinical expertise she regularly works with clients who present with anxiety, depression, burnout, sleep problems, phobias, eating disorders, trauma, bereavement and personality challenges. With her background in health psychology she is able to work with clients who present with chronic pain and other health-related conditions. When required her neuropsychological assessments extend to the diagnosis of all neuropsychological conditions across the age range, from autistic spectrum disorder, dyslexia, dyspraxia and head injuries to dementia.

Daksha uses the myriad to psychotherapies she has been trained in to bring about effective change, including CBT, ACT, MBCT, EMDR, BSFT. She tailors individuals’ needs to the appropriate therapy tools to provide the best in psychological care.

As a clinical executive with CPG for the past 5 years, Daksha has worked effectively with people who live or work in London. She has gained a unique insight into the challenges of living and working in London. This has helped her to sharpen her clinical skills with this client group. 

In her role as a clinical tutor with the Royal Holloway Clinical Psychology Doctoral program she is responsible for assessments of doctoral trainees in varied settings with different client groups, ensuring the trainee Clinical Psychologists meet the clinical and professional standards set by the college, the British Psychological Society (BPS) and British Association of Cognitive and Behavioural Therapists (BABCP). Her role extends to mentoring and guiding to enable successful completion of the doctoral programme.

During her private practice work in Africa, Daksha worked regularly with the United Nations, international aid and charity agencies and the British High Commission to provide psychological support and services. This international exposure has helped to widen her understanding of differing psychological presentation in clients.

During her time with the NHS, Daksha headed the community neurorehabilitation services responsible for the care of all the patients in the trusts’ catchment area as well as providing inpatient neuropsychological services in the hospital wards.  

Daksha has an MSc in health psychology, a Doctorate in clinical psychology and is an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society.  She is a full member of the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).

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