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Dr Rebekah Olive

BSc (Hons) DClinPsychol
Clinical Psychologist

 

Based at Ilkley, Chapel Allerton & Horsforth

 

Dr Rebekah Olive qualified as a Clinical Psychologist from the University of Leeds in 2009. She is a registered Practitioner Psychologist with the Health & Care Professions Council (PYL 24259). She is also a trained counsellor, having obtained a Post Graduate Diploma in counselling from York St John College (affiliated with Leeds Metropolitan University) in 2006.

 

Rebekah has eight years’ professional mental health experience within the NHS, working with a wide range of mental health difficulties in adults, children, groups and families.

 

Rebekah has worked in independent practice since February 2011 and is a key member of the Northern Clinical Psychology Services team, which offers psychological assessment and treatment across the age range. She is skilled in assessing and treating the effects of trauma with adults and children. She also specialises in depression, low self-esteem and anxiety disorders.

 

Rebekah is experienced in delivering training on psychological issues, particularly attachment. She is also available for supervision.

 

Away from NCPS, Rebekah is mum to a bouncing two year old boy, keen barbershop singer and partial to the odd bit of cheese and wine.

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