Clinical & Child Psychologists
Nethali Sabbah – Child Psychologist
BSc, MSc Psych
Nethali is a tri-lingual child psychologist and is fluent in English, French and Spanish. She has studied and worked in several countries including the UK, France, Spain, Rwanda and America, and is sensitive to the needs of people from a diverse range of cultures and backgrounds. She has assessed and treated children that have suffered extreme trauma as well as a range of behaviour disorders.
Dr Rebecca Rowley - Clinical Psychologist
BSc, DClinPsy, CPsychol
Rebecca is a Highly Specialist Clinical Psychologist who has 14 years of experience of working with children, adolescents and their families. Rebecca has worked for the NHS in a variety of settings, including Child Development, Child and Adolescent Mental Health and Child and Adolescent Inpatient Services. She also has extensive experience working for Local Authorities carrying out assessments of children who have experienced childhood trauma and has contributing to parenting assessments for Family Courts. Rebecca works individually with children and adolescents, as well as with caregivers, teachers and other professionals, to undertake a thorough assessment of a young person’s presenting difficulties. She is trained in a variety of therapies, including cognitive behavioural, systemic, narrative, solution focussed, mentalisation and mindfulness-based approaches.
Rachel Couper – Clinical Psychologist
MA, M-Res, MSc, DClinPsy
Rachel is a skilled Clinical Psychologist who has over six years of experience of working with children, young people and their families in various settings within the NHS.
Emma Trustam - Clinical Psychologist
MSc, DClinPsy, CPsychol
Emma is a Highly Specialised Clinical Psychologist with experience in working across various child and adolescent mental health settings working with a range of mental heath conditions, physical health conditions, looked after children, those with neurodevelopmental conditions such as ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder), ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), learning difficulties and verbal and non-verbal children with learning disabilities.