For Adults

At Northern Clinical Psychology Services we offer assessment and therapy for all age groups.

We use effective, evidenced-based therapies, such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing (EMDR). All our work is backed by regular clinical supervision to make sure that each client gets up-to-date treatment that best fits their individual needs.

Whether self-referred, or through solicitors, education, local authorities, rehabilitation and insurance companies or GP, we’re always ready to offer the expertise and care every client needs.


We can help with:

     • Anxiety problems (such as phobias, panic attacks,
        health anxiety)

     • Low mood and depression

     • Difficulties after trauma (like road accidents, assault,
        sexual abuse)

     • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

     • Bereavement and loss

     • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

     • Relationship difficulties

     • Anger problems

     • Sleep disorders

     • Psychosomatic problems

     • Chronic pain

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



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