Dr Alex Perry

Bsc (Hons) DClinPsychol

Clinical Psychologist


Based at Horsforth



Dr Perry qualified as a Clinical Psychologist in 2005 and has worked in the NHS since then. Alex works in the field of adult mental health and he particularly specialsies in young adults. The types of difficulties Alex helps people with ranges from those with relatively mild to those that can be a lot more complex and frightening.


As a Clinical Psychologist, Alex integrates a range of psychological approaches depending on what a person needs, with a particualr emphasis on Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT). CAT is a relatively new development of Cogntive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), which focusses on helping people with repeating patterns in relationships and helping them to manage strong or overwhelming emotions.


In addition to Alex's direct clinical work, he provides supervision, consultation and training to Clinical Psychologists and other mental health professionals.  Alex is also a trainer on the Leeds and Sheffield Clinical Psychology doctorate programmes.


Alex offers CAT, CBT and Mindfulness-based therapy. His specialist areas include, anxiety, trauma, adjustment (e.g. bereavement), therapy for people on the autistic spectrum, and those individuals with more severe difficulties, such as hearing voices.

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