Dr Hannah Taylor
Hannah is an experienced UK based Clinical Psychologist with over 15 years experience working within the NHS in both clinical and research posts; she also works in private practice with adults (over the age of 16).
Hannah is a registered HCPC Clinical Psychologist (PYL31314) and is trained in CBT plus several other therapeutic psychological approaches. She has also completed further training in Compassion focused therapy (CFT) and Acceptance and Commitment therapy (ACT).
In addition to her doctorate in Clinical Psychology, Hannah has obtained a PhD in Clinical Psychology and has a number of journal articles published in leading Psychology and Psychiatry Journals. Hannah has extensive experience working with a number of concerns including:
Traumatic life experiences (including post-traumatic stress disorder)
Anxiety (including health anxiety, social anxiety, panic disorder)
Self-esteem and self-confidence issues
Stress (including work stress)
Dissatisfaction with life
Body image concerns
Hannah’s extensive training enables her to use her scientific knowledge and experience of the factors that may be contributing to a persons difficulties and to help her clients to understand and make sense of what’s going on for them. She will then work with them to develop ways in which they can better manage those challenges.
Hannah tailors the work she does with her clients to their individual needs and goals. Her approach is compassionate and non-judgemental and she creates a space where people feel safe and able to explore their thoughts and feelings.
Hannah feels passionate about helping people to lead fulfilling, rich and meaningful lives.
Registered with - Simply Health, Aviva, AXA PPP Healthcare
Feedback about therapy with Hannah
“Therapy with Hannah has totally transformed how I think about myself and others, the overwhelming negativity which had been present my entire adult life has lifted and been replaced with creativity, confidence and a more compassionate understanding of my own difficulties and those experienced by the people around me.”
"I feel so much more confident and happy within myself. I know how to be compassionate towards myself and others. “
"I feel like I am finally the person I have wanted to be for a long time thanks to therapy. I am now my own best friend and I can take care of myself compassionately, which is something I could never have done without therapy.“