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Gursharan is a highly skilled warm and empathetic Chartered Clinical Psychologist. She works in a collaborative and person-centred way, offering a safe space for clients to explore their difficulties whilst finding hope, feeling empowered and discovering what is meaningful for them.

She has 15 years’ experience of working in our invaluable NHS, across mental health and social care settings. Her clinical training means that she has worked with people across the life span spectrum from children, working age adults, to adults in later life, who experience a range of psychological & physical needs.

Gursharan currently holds a senior part-time position in the NHS working alongside social care colleagues to help young people and families, those who are often marginalised in society and have experienced significant traumas and complex mental health. The other half of her role is devoted to offering a service in private practice, which focuses on helping adolescents and adults. 

Gursharan’s specialties are in working with a range of mental health difficulties and often a combination of: Anxiety, Anger difficulties, Bereavement/loss, Childhood/developmental trauma, Confidence/Self-esteem, Depression, Life and role transitions, Neurodevelopmental conditions, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Trauma, Obsessions and Compulsions, Relationship anxieties/insecurities and Parental/family difficulties. She views these difficulties arising within the context of a person’s lived experience, seeing them in a holistic way and understanding their story. Her expert guidance and work has seen many a clients’ mental health and wellbeing improved beyond what they thought was possible.

Being a Clinical Psychologist, she is highly trained in a number of different therapeutic modalities which are evidence based. Rather than use a ‘one size fits all’ approach, Gursharan adapts and tailors therapeutic approaches so that therapy is suited to the needs of the individual.

It would be her pleasure to work with you towards your best hopes in therapy.

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