Specialisms

  • Trauma

  • Somatic

  • Sleep concerns

  • Sexual difficulties

  • Schizophrenia / psychosis

  • Relationships

  • Personality disorders

  • Obsessive compulsive disorders

  • Mood

  • Identity

  • Grief / loss

  • Family

  • Eating

  • Dissociative disorders

  • Depression

  • Anxiety / stress

  • Anger

  • Addiction

  • Abuse

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Dr Amy Bloxham

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14 Years Experience

Dr Amy Bloxham holds a BSc Psychology (honours) and Professional Doctorate in Counselling Psychology. Amy is registered with HCPC and BPS (UK) and AHPRA (Australia). She has worked within mental health services in the public and private sector for the last 13 years and qualified as a psychologist for 10 of those years. Amy...

14 Years Experience

Dr Amy Bloxham holds a BSc Psychology (honours) and Professional Doctorate in Counselling Psychology. Amy is registered with HCPC and BPS (UK) and AHPRA (Australia). She has worked within mental health services in the public and private sector for the last 13 years and qualified as a psychologist for 10 of those years. Amy has worked internationally in Australia and the UK and is currently offering Skype sessions. This may particularly be of interest for those who have exceptionally busy lives, and are struggling to find time fit in therapy. Many people struggle with intense distress, continue to try and put it to one side and yet very much deserve to give themselves the time to explore and find ways to soothe this.

Amy has worked in private practice for Harley Therapy, London and currently in NSW, Australia.

Amy prides herself on being able to engage and develop therapeutic relationships with those from varying backgrounds, economic, spiritual and cultural experiences. Amy is open to working with those who identify as LGBTQI.

Amy practices within an integrative framework, incorporating evidence based techniques such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Psychodynamic ideas. She has a continued interest in pursuing and developing her skills in other diverse areas and thus draws upon modalities such as Compassion Focused Therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, and other mindfulness based approaches. Amy has a passion to explore clients distress through utilising Compassion Focussed Therapy (Gilbert, 2013) that aims to “Promote wellbeing through the scientific understanding and application of compassion” (Compassionate Mind Foundation).

Amy has worked with a large spectrum of client difficulties, ranging from mild to the more complex.
The length of therapy that has been offered has ranged from short to longer-term therapy dependent on client need and the approach undertaken. Amy particularly values a long term therapy approach whereby a client is able to hold onto the importance of their weekly therapy space and what it means for them. Amy very much values a collaborative therapeutic relationship and using the therapeutic relationship to enable change. She aims to gently enable you to explore, process and engage with distress to ultimately feel more of a sense of understanding, feel more in control and start to adjust to life's journey in a way that feels more soothed, fulfilled and whole. Amy offers a warm welcome and admires you taking that courageous step in making the first appointment to explore the distress you are going through.


Accreditations

    • Humanistic / Person Centred
    • Cognitive Behavioural CBT
    • Psychodynamic
    • Mentalisation
    • Interpersonal
    • Attachment / Relational
    • Compassion Focused

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