Dr Lisa Tomlinson, Clinical Psychologist
Dr Lisa Tomlinson is a Clinical Psychologist registered with the Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC). She has 10 years experience of working in the NHS, within a number of different services, for people with a range of difficulties.
Lisa believes that it is essential that you find a therapist you can trust and feel comfortable talking to.
She aims to provide a non-judgmental, safe, and containing space to explore your difficulties, taking sessions at your pace and providing compassion, warmth and understanding.
Lisa has an optimistic nature and can hold hope for people when they are feeling at their most hopeless.
Lisa often uses an integrated approach to therapy and may draw on a range of approaches, including:
She also uses Cognitive-Behavioural Integrated Treatment (C-BIT) for addictions.
Lisa has availability: weekday, including some evenings, and Saturdays.
Dr Lisa Tomlinson is a trained, qualified, experienced, private Clinical Psychologist, who is committed to offering people high-quality therapy for Mental Health issues.
She has extensive experience, as well as offering private, non-NHS, online therapy through this website.
Dr Lisa Tomlinson has seen people for help with a wide range of difficulties, from single to multiple issues.
Check her registration as a genuine Registered Psychologist with the Health Care and Professions Council (HCPC) and as a Practitioner Psychologist with the Professional Standards Authority.
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“Lisa was incredibly easy to talk to, with a warm and friendly presence that put me at ease straight away and made me feel that I could talk to her about anything. She was always really caring and compassionate in listening to and responding to all my difficulties.
At the start of therapy, we created diagrams to lay out the core beliefs and thinking/behavioural patterns contributing to my difficulties. This was very helpful as it enabled me to understand and pinpoint what needed to be addressed.
In helping me address these beliefs and patterns, Lisa provided me with many tools and strategies. These were helpful during the therapy and will be of use in the future.
As my therapy progressed, I felt an increasing sense of confidence in my own ability to cope with my problems. This increasing confidence was facilitated by using the tools/strategies in my life and seeing my progress, as well as by Lisa being completely open to and encouraging me to explore my own ideas about my difficulties, often prompting me to think of solutions myself as well as providing her own advice. As I had long been a person that turned for others for support, this increasing self-confidence in dealing with life was really nice to experience.
I also found it very helpful that Lisa was able to provide various forms of therapy, as this meant we were easily able to try different approaches for particular issues to find out what was best.
After much progress, I decided that I was ready to stop therapy, but the door was left open to return for more help should it ever be needed.“