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Hi, I’m Dr Jess Eade

I am a clinical health psychologist trained as a scientist-practitioner with over 25 years of experience in the field of psychology.


 

My foundational principles of practice are:

  • Your body wants you to be well

  • The mind, brain, body are dynamic interconnecting systems

  • Symptom root causes are unique to each person

  • You often have many more options (and control) than you realise

  • Daily choices and foundational lifestyle habits (diet, hydration, movement, stress management, joy) are a significant determinant of long-term health maintenance

  • Health and well-being are so much more than symptom resolution

  • Sustainable behaviour change requires more than good intentions

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My approach to health and wellness is holistic, firmly based in the latest evidence with a strong emphasis on living a healthy (and were indicated menopause-friendly) lifestyle. A whole health approach means that I work to understand your unique situation by considering the biological, psychological, and social factors that influence your health and behaviour. This approach is important for whole health creation and sustainable behaviour change, as it considers the many factors and dynamic interactions that might underpin and keep your symptoms and problems going. It also highlights the factors that might get in the way of change making, including unprocessed emotion and trauma. I am trained in several therapeutic approaches, including EMDR for trauma. I also have a good understanding of the impact of neurodiversity on health, lifestyle, and behaviour change.

My practice encourages you to consider lifestyle factors as an essential part of supporting and sustaining behaviour change. Changing the way that you live your life can help you prevent, manage, and potentially reverse many persistent or lifestyle-related health conditions.

Find out more about support and treatment options on my consultation page.

 
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Credentials

  • BSc Psychology with Health Psychology, Bangor University (1997)

  • PhD The effects of dieting on mood and cognitive function, Bangor University (2001)

  • Doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology, Bangor University (2007)

  • Independently assessed as meeting criteria for Consultant Clinical Health Psychologist (2015)

  • Training in CBT and third wave approaches, including ACT and Compassion Focused Therapy. Further training in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy (ISTDP); Solution Focused Brief Therapy; and EMDR for trauma.

  • Statutorily regulated by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC reg. PYL04819)

  • Chartered with the British Psychological Society (BPS reg. 175355)

 

Book a FREE Consultation

Use this form to arrange a FREE 15-minute telephone call to discuss your needs (please check your junk mail folder for my reply). You must be over 18 years old to use this service.

Please note that I do not offer a crisis service; click here for advice on emergency support options.

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