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Dr Alan Grieve

Provision of psychological assessment and therapy to individuals with complex mental health problems using cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) • Conducting therapeutic interventions including cognitive behavioural therapy, solution focused therapy and eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing therapy (EMDR) • Comprehensive experience of working with children and adolescents • Experience in working with neuropsychological rehabilitation, severe head injury, issues of anger management and adjustment to permanent disability • Specialist skills in working with PTSD and complex trauma • Experience of working with translators • Experienced in providing treatment in the medico-legal context with families and adults

Dr Alan Grieve is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist with special interest in the assessment and treatment of psychological disorders including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and complex trauma.

Dr Grieve’s research on PTSD has been presented at the annual conference for the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers. He has completed private clinical and medico-legal reports for large public sector organisations. He has been commissioned to provide clinical reports for large financial institutions as part of employee return to work proceedings.

Dr Grieve has extensive experience of assessing adults with a wide range of mental health problems by psychometric objective assessments and clinical interview. Dr Grieve currently works for the Older Adults Service in the NHS.

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Age groups: Adolescent, Adult, Child, Family, Older Adult

Psychological Specialisms: ADHD, Adult Mental Health Problems, Anger and Violence, Autistic Spectum Disorder, Behavioural Difficulties, Domestic Abuse, Learning Difficulties, Mental Capacity, Personality Disorder, Physical Disabilty, Psychosexual Difficulties, Relationships Difficulites, Sexual Offending, Substance Misuse, Trauma and PTSD

Therapies offered: Adult Therapy, CBT, Family Therapy, Systemic

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