Who do Clinical Psychologists Work With?

Clinical Psychologists help a wide range of people of all ages, with all sorts of problems. They are trained to work with children, families, adults, older adults, and people with learning disabilities or neurological conditions. They also often receive training to work with staff members or teams, as well as organisations. However, most Clinical Psychologists specialise after their training to work with a particular age group or type of difficulty.


The Clinical Psychologists at the Chorley Clinic work with adolescents and adults. They work one-to-one with individuals and sometimes, where a relationship is the difficulty, with couples.


The issues they work with include:

  • anxiety/ panic attacks
  • stress
  • phobias
  • obsessions and/or compulsions (OCD)
  • post-traumatic stress reactions
  • adult recovery from childhood trauma
  • low mood and depression
  • bereavement and adjustment to loss
  • relationship issues
  • low self-esteem and confidence
  • sleeping problems
  • eating problems
  • addictive behaviours
  • sexual problems
  • problems relating to chronic health conditions
  • management of long term pain
  • voice hearing
  • neurological conditions such as Traumatic Brain Injury, Stroke, Dementia, MS, Parkinson’s disease, MND, amongst others.
  • Assessments relating to Personal Injury claims, e.g. Traumatic Brain Injury, PTSD.

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For all enquires please telephone: 01257 232000


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