Dr Tim Smith – Clinical Psychologist

I have worked in NHS secondary care mental health services since qualifying in 2010, so have a wide range of experience including working with people experiencing depression and anxiety as well as those living with the ongoing impact of traumatic life events. I have also worked in specialist services supporting people struggling with drug and alcohol addiction.

I support people to develop their own goals for change and to work through whatever they are facing in their life. Having worked with people in crisis, I’ve often supported people who feel “stuck”, perhaps after trying different therapies, after a life event or loss that has impacted on their usual ways of coping, or when they want to change the pattern of relationships with others.

I have a relaxed, flexible style, drawing on a range of models within a trauma-informed, compassionate approach.

In my current NHS job I manage and supervise other psychologists and trainees.

I work with people with a wide range of difficulties, but have particular expertise in the following areas:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Childhood Abuse
  • Trauma / PTSD
  • Hearing Voices
  • Suicidal Thoughts
  • Self-Harm
  • Work related Stress

Formal qualifications:

  • MA (Hons) Joint Honours, Psychology & Linguistics, University of Edinburgh
  • Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (ClinPsyD), University of East London
  • PgDip in CBT for Psychosis, Kings College London

Professional Registrations & Memberships:

  • Health & Care Professions Council – Registered Practitioner Psychologist
  • Association of Clinical Psychologist UK – Registered Member.

Advanced Therapy Training:

  • CBT for complex mental health problems
  • Trauma Focussed CBT
  • Dialectal Behaviour Therapy
  • Family Interventions for complex mental health problems

Fees:

  • £110 per session

CONSULTING LOCATION

8 Carlton Yard,
Victoria Road,
Farnham
GU9 7RD

One minute’s walk from the central carpark.
Farnham has several other places to park (e.g. Waggon Yard) a short walk away.

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