For wellbeing, for quality of life, for everyone...

Northern Clinical Psychology Services (NCPS) provide assessment, counselling, therapy and expert consultancy in Leeds, Wakefield Knaresborough, across Yorkshire and beyond. Our caring team of qualified and experienced professionals help adults, adolescents and children in specialist areas including post-trauma, health psychology, developmental disorders and clinical neuropsychology.

      • Qualified psychology professionals

      • Wide range of specialisms & therapies
      • Children, adolescents, adults & families
      • Clinics throughout Yorkshire & beyond
      • Small, independent & friendly

      • Self-referrals welcome

"As one of the leading independent services in Yorkshire we offer psychological assessment and therapy across the age range, including children, young people, adults and family work.

At NCPS we’re small enough for everyone to get personal care and attention, but large enough to have all the different skills our clients need. Every member of our team is friendly and discreet as well as being qualified and experienced, including Clinical Psychologists, Cognitive Behavioural Therapists and Counsellors.

We’re fully qualified and registered with all relevant professional bodies, including the Health Care Professionals Council (HCPC), British Psychological Society (BPS), British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP), and British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP).

Dr Adele Parker, Managing Director

We make a point of offering our clients choice and flexibility as well as care and professionalism.


If you need an appointment outside working hours, no problem, and with therapists based all around Yorkshire, as well as clinics in Newcastle and Manchester, we’re ready to work the way you need us to."

Private EMDR therapy in Leeds, Private EMDR therapy in Wakefield, Private CBT in Newcastle, Private Cognitive Behavioural Therapy in Newcastle, Alex Perry, Fiona Lowis, Adele Parker, Debbie Hanson, Jon Linstead, Karen Hardwick, Rebekah Olive, Ben Marram, Tim Chapman, Matt Stalker, Claire Wilson, Samantha Stables, Linda Matthews,  Rajinder Dhanjal, Paul Perry, Kathy Thwaites, Vickie Campbell-Hemming, Tom Brown, Romy Sherlock, The Psychology Service, The Pain Service, Pulse Psychology, Annette Morris, Anita Sabey, SAm Edwards, Robynne Boyd, Joanna Mary, medico legal assessment, claiming for car accidents, PTSD, EMDR, Looked after children, Local authority assessments, Sarah Bruno, The Lawrence Clinic, The Wakefield Media Centre, Castle Clinic, ASD assessments, ASC assessment, autism assessments, autism diagnosis service, Autism, Autism Spectrum Conditions, Autism Conditions, Autism Spectrum Disorders, sport injury, rugby, impact of mental health on athletes, depression in sport, depression in rugby, gambling after sport, cricket, golf, horse riding, swimming, football, mental health after sports injury, Dr Sam White, Claudia Salt, Dr Claudia Salt, Autism Support Groups, AWARE, SW Psychology, support for rugby players, support for cricketers, professional sport

Northern Clinical Psychology Services


Arrange a consultation...


Contact us now for an initial consultation in complete confidence at a time and place that suits you. We have clinics across Yorkshire and Newcastle. You can reach us on:


Jane Guymer
Senior Team Administrator 

0800 622 6266



Alternatively, you can follow us on Social Media using the buttons below:

UK Health Centre
A blood factor involved in weight loss and aging (Tue, 22 Oct 2019)
Aging can be delayed through lifestyle changes (physical exercise, restricting calorie intake, etc.). Researchers have elucidated the properties of a molecule in the blood - GDF11 - whose mechanisms were previously unknown. In a mouse model, they showed that this molecule could mimic the benefits of certain calorie restrictions - dietary regimens that have proven their efficacy in reducing cardiovascular disease, preventing cancer and increasing neurogenesis in the brain.
>> Read more

How the brain dials up the volume to hear someone in a crowd (Tue, 22 Oct 2019)
Our brains have a remarkable ability to pick out one voice from among many. Now, a team has uncovered the steps that take place in the brain to make this feat possible. Today's discovery helps to solve a long-standing scientific question as to how the brain's listening center can decode and amplify one voice over others. It also stands to spur development of hearing-aid technologies and brain-computer interfaces that more closely resemble the brain.
>> Read more

Print Print | Sitemap
© NCPS. Please click here to view our Privacy Policy