All of our Psychologists are highly skilled and trained to Doctorate level, and registered with HCPC.


Dr Deby Graham


Clinical Director

I am a Counselling Psychologist, registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). I have an Honours Degree in Psychology, a Postgraduate Diploma in Alcohol & Drug studies, a Masters Degree in Forensic Psychology and a Doctorate in Counselling Psychology.

I have a vast amount of experience working with adolescents and adults with offending behaviours in both a secure prison setting and in the community, including risk/needs assessment and case management.  I additionally have training and experience working with individuals experiencing addiction issues, and survivors of childhood sexual abuse. Furthermore I hold an interest in working with children and adolescents, where I am trained and experienced in play therapy.

I have experience working with adults facing mild to severe mental health issues in both the voluntary sector and NHS setting. I offer individual, couple and family therapy using a variety of theoretical approaches working from a pluralistic and integrative framework, adapted to suit your individual needs. I will work collaboratively with you to help you understand what you want from therapy and how you will be able to achieve this.  Placing a firm importance on the therapeutic relationship, my therapeutic approach holds a humanistic underpinning.  I can also work with you to achieve personal life goals, using a variety of coaching techniques.


Dr Sophia Tolmie


I am a Counselling Psychologist registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) trained to offer specialised psychological therapy for both moderate and severe psychological distress.

I use an open and friendly approach to help you to feel at ease while offering you a safe, compassionate and confidential space. I will work together with you to create a therapy which is unique to your individual needs – this is achieved using a range of therapeutic approaches and techniques. My main approach is cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), but I also incorporate a wide range of psychological therapies, including person-centred therapy, compassion-focused therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), schema therapy and play therapy.

I will work with you to make sense of your distress and experiences – helping you to find the best way to move forward to increase your quality of life and your sense of wellbeing. I encourage regular reviews and feedback from you to ensure you feel happy and safe at each stage in therapy.

I offer both short-term and long-term therapy interventions for adults, children and young people – I can also work with couples and families. I have a particular interest in working with anxiety-related issues, and have undergone specialised training to work with trauma-related distress (for example, physical and sexual abuse) and post-traumatic stress (PTSD). Further to this, I have extensive experience of working with a diverse range of emotional and psychological issues spanning low self-esteem, depression, relational and attachment issues, anger management, life transitions, self-harm, suicidal ideation, psychosis and working through unresolved issues from childhood.

My previous experience involves working within the NHS, educational settings (including university and primary school therapeutic services) and charity organisations.

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Dr Abbey davies


I am a Counselling Psychologist registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), and a Chartered Member of the British Psychological Society (BPS). I have a First Class Honours Degree in Psychology and a Doctorate in Counselling Psychology.

I hold a pluralistic perspective on practice, and therefore believe that there is not one single, correct approach that works for everybody. I draw on a range on interventions; including person-centred therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy, schema therapy and mindfulness based approaches depending on your unique needs.  I will work in collaboration with you to work out what your goals are and how we might begin to address them, making use of regular reviews to ensure that you are getting what you want and need from therapy. Throughout your sessions I will engage with you in a warm and respectful way, ensuring that you feel safe and comfortable.

I am experienced in working with a broad range of presenting issues; including social anxiety, depression, bereavement, obsessive compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder and health related anxiety. I have worked in NHS services and various organisations within the voluntary sector; including a hospice setting, a charity for survivors of abuse, a children’s mental health service and a charity for bereaved children and young people. I am trained and experienced in offering interventions on a one to one basis and with groups and families, and can also work with couples.