Dr Kinza Janjua

Dr Janjua is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist with 9 years’ experience of working across a range of NHS mental health and physical health services, private inpatient settings, private practice, within the voluntary sector and academic settings. She is skilled in using an integrative approach drawing upon evidence-based models to fit to client’s individual needs. These models include Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT), Compassion-Focused Therapy (CFT) and aspects of Mindfulness. Strong values of honesty, empathy and compassion underpin her practice.

Dr Janjua is currently developing supervision skills through a mentoring role with The Pathfinder West Midlands Mentoring Scheme (funded by Health Education England) and Staffordshire University. She is offering individual mentoring to support people from ethnic minority backgrounds in their journey of entering the profession of clinical psychology.


• Long-term health conditions and persistent pain
• Common Mental Health Difficulties
• Life Transition and Adjustment Difficulties
• Holistic Assessments based on approaches of CBT, ACT and CFT

Profession: Psychologist

Courts or Tribunals: Family Court, Immigration and Asylum, Occupational Health, Personal Injury

Age groups: Adult

Psychological Specialisms: Adult Mental Health Problems, Mental Capacity, Parent-Child Attachment, Parental alienation, Parenting Problems, Personality Disorder, Physical Disabilty, Trauma and PTSD

Therapies offered: CBT, Cognitive Analytic Therapy