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Paul Carroll
Clinical lead/CBT psychotherapist
Paul Carroll

Paul Carroll has worked in the field of mental health for 35 years and has amassed a wealth of experience and skills to help individuals improve and manage their mental wellbeing.

Paul is a qualified cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) psychotherapist. Paul is also a trained mental health nurse (RMN) which enables him to consult and treat the majority of mental illnesses.

He believes in working with his clients collaboratively, where everyone is helped to develop their own bespoke treatment plan. Although CBT will be the main modality, Paul is able to include other evidence-based approaches to complement this. These include metacognitive therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and mindfulness, as well as others.

Position at Priory

Paul moved from the NHS in December 2022 to become the clinical lead for Priory Wellbeing Centre Oxford. He also provides individual CBT to adults.

Training

Paul trained and worked in London for 10 years as a nurse (RMN) from 1988. He then moved to work for the NHS in Coventry for the last 25 years where he has been a locality manager, service lead and CBT psychotherapist. He helped set up and manage the IAPT service in 2010, where he stayed until moving to Priory.

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Qualifications
  • Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT) certificate
  • Bachelor of Science (Hons) Health Services Management (HSM)
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
  • RMN – Registered Mental Health Nurse
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