Dr Vickie Campbell-Hemming

Clinical Psychologist BSc (Hons) MSc DClin Psyc


Based at Cookridge & Pudsey


Dr Campbell-Hemming obtained a BSc (Hons) degree from the University of Leeds in 2003. She obtained an MSc in Forensic Psychology in 2006 and a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology in 2010.


She has eleven years of professional experience, within the NHS, voluntary and independent sectors, working with children, adults and older adults. She has experience of assessing and providing psychological interventions for a wide range of difficulties including depression, anxiety disorders, low self-esteem, bereavement and adjustment, to adverse life events, including past trauma, physical illness and ill health.


Vickie integrates a combination of evidence based therapeutic interventions in her clinical practice, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT), Mindfulness and Compassion Focused Therapy. She strongly values the importance of developing safe, therapeutic relationships with clients and prides herself on building strong therapeutic alliances.


Vickie's current role within the NHS involves working with older adults with severe and enduring mental health problems, within a Community Mental Health Team. She also provides input into the Memory Assessment and Treatment Service, undertaking detailed memory assessments and providing individualised strategies to assist clients with their memory difficulties. This role incorporates direct clinical work and indirect work, including the provision of consultation and teaching and training to other professionals.


Vickie has significant experience of working within the field of clinical neuropsychology and neurorehabilitation. This has included undertaking neuropsychological assessments with both adults and children and using these to devise individually tailored cognitive rehabilitation strategies to address a range of difficulties associated with acquired brain injury, including memory deficits, difficulties with executive functioning and challenging behaviour.


In her spare time she enjoys spending time with friends and family, exploring the Yorkshire countryside, swimming, relaxing with a good book and experimenting with home cooking. 

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