Dr Gregory Warwick has a doctorate in counselling psychology from the University of Manchester. From 2012 he has been working as a counsellor in various mental health settings such as school counselling services, eating disorder clinics, employee assistance programmes, sexual trauma charities and the NHS. This was until he was concurrently awarded chartership by the British Psychological Society and registration with the Health and Professions Council from June 2017 as a practitioner psychologist. From there he has been working in medium and low secure forensic inpatient mental illness and personality disorder services.
Dr Warwick is a member of the British Psychological Society and the Division of Counselling Psychology with experience working in various mental health services including forensic services. He has been employed as the Lead Psychologist for the Female and Deaf Service at Cygnet Hospital Bury. Here he has worked on developing national pathways for the organisation for patients with personality disorder, and Deaf service user pathways.
Dr Warwick is the Director of Quest Psychology services, a private practice which offers assessment, therapy, training and medico-legal reports.
AREAS OF SPECIALISM
• Mental health in Deaf individuals
• Mental health problems, anxiety, depression, eating disorders, self-harm
• Severe mental illness, psychosis
• Personality difficulties
• Relationship difficulties, adult relationships, parenting problems, conflict resolution
• Bereavement, loss, trauma, sexual abuse, domestic violence
• Boundary violations
• The dynamics of power
• Substance misuse and addictions
• Use and interpretation of psychometric tests
Courts or Tribunals: Family Court, Occupational Health, Personal Injury
Age groups: Adolescent, Adult, Older Adult
Psychological Specialisms: Adult Mental Health Problems, Child Mental Health, Domestic Abuse, Trauma and PTSD
Therapies offered: CBT, Counselling, Dialectic Behaviour Therapy, EMDR, Mentalisation Based Therapy, Psychological Supervision