Dr Jake Camp
I am a registered Doctor of Clinical Psychology with training and experience in delivering cognitive behavioural therapies (CBT), dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT), schema-focused therapy, mentalisation based therapy, mindfulness and trauma-informed therapies within the NHS.
In my private practice I work with adults and specialise in working with difficulties arising from traumatic stress and chronic/complex trauma, depression and anxiety, stress, and managing difficult emotions, as well as with populations who identify with minority sexual orientations and gender identities.
I aim to provide a safe, compassionate, and non-judgemental space to support my clients to develop an understanding of their difficulties and feel empowered to make a choice about how psychological therapy can best help reduce these, with the ultimate aim of building and/or maintaining a good quality of life. This work can include: learning strategies to manage and cope with difficult emotions and stressors, using mindfulness and acceptance-based strategies to build awareness and reduce suffering, changing the way we think and behave to improve how we feel, and engaging in tasks to test out unhelpful beliefs and reduce the intensity of emotions such as anxiety and fear.
I am registered with HCPC (Health and Care Professions Council), which upholds high standards in professional codes of practice, qualification and ongoing training.