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Dr Neha Matharu
Clinical Psychologist

Dr Neha Matharu

Dr Neha Matharu has worked in the NHS and private sector for over thirteen years, and has experience of working across the lifespan. Dr Matharu has extensive experience of completing specialist psychological assessment, developing formulations and in engaging clients into a therapeutic process either in a one to one setting or through group work/family therapy.

Dr Matharu has also had the opportunity to provide teaching, training and supervision to others and through this she was able to develop effective liaison and interpersonal skills. She is currently designing a service for a residential setting for children and young people with severe and enduring mental health conditions.

Her clinical practice is influenced by the following long and short term therapies; cognitive-behavioural therapy, person centred therapy, dialectical behavioural therapy, mindfulness, systemic and narrative therapy. She has recently also undertaken a qualification in life coaching.

I believe in developing a nurturing and safe space for clients where they feel comfortable and safe. I enjoy my role as Clinical Psychologist and take pride in supporting clients on their journey and achieving their therapeutic goals. My experience of working with children, families and young people is extensive and where a great deal of my clinical experience lies. I adapt interventions to suit all and all ages.

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Qualifications
  • BSc. (Hons.) Psychology with Criminology (2:1), Nottingham Trent University
  • Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (Sept 2009 – Sept 2012), University of Birmingham
  • Master of Research (Sept 2005 – Sept 2006), University of Birmingham
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