Dr Arthur Pearce

Dr Pearce has over 12 years’ experience working with adults with mental health and learning difficulties in a broad range of roles. He currently works full-time as the psychology lead for a pain management service, as well as running a successful private practice where he works with a very broad range of difficulties.

After gaining a Bachelor’s degree at Liverpool University (2011), Dr Pearce worked in various roles across the homelessness sector in London, working with some of the most entrenched rough sleepers to improve multiple domains of their lives including mental health, substance use, financial difficulties, offending, domestic violence, and interpersonal relationships. He then went on to complete his Masters’ degree in mental health psychology at Liverpool University whilst also continuing to work in the homelessness sector, achieving a distinction.

Following this, he completed his Doctorate at the University of Birmingham. His thesis focused on strategies to support recall for individuals with an acquired brain injury. He has extensive training in cognitive-behaviour therapy (CBT), acceptance & commitment therapy (ACT), and cognitive- processing therapy (CPT). He has also received training in systemic, behavioural, and psychodynamic approaches and draw upon these approaches where relevant.

Courts or Tribunals: Clinical Negligence, Occupational Health, Personal Injury

Age groups: Adult

Psychological Specialisms: Anger and Violence, Mental Capacity, Neurological Disorder, Physical Disabilty, Trauma and PTSD

Therapies offered: CBT