Dr Sally Field
is a qualified Clinical Psychologist and the founder of Kingston Psychology Clinic. She is a Chartered Psychologist with the Health Care Professions Council (HCPC) and has chartered membership of the British Psychological Society (BPS). She is also a full member of the BPS division of clinical psychology and fully accredited by the British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP). Having trained and worked in the NHS for ten years in Surrey, Chelsea and Westminster, Sally started the Kingston Psychology Clinic in 2013.
Each persons unique experience requires a tailored and compassionate approach
Sally draws on years of experience working with clients who have a range of difficulties, from mild and moderate to more severe, longer-standing issues. She also has specialist training in working with people with difficulties associated with traumatic events/experiences, both in their adult life and in childhood.
After additional training at Oxford Cognitive Therapy Centre, she expanded the clinic to offer services for young people, aged sixteen plus. As a result, Sally now provides highly qualified help for a range of conditions including depression, stress, trauma, anxiety and relationship difficulties.
Sally’s expertise includes a number of therapeutic models including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Systemic Therapy, Psychodynamic Therapy (primarily focusing on patterns of attachment relationships), Acceptance & Commitment Therapy and Compassion-focused Therapy.
Sally’s therapeutic training allows her to work on both short and long-term interventions, depending on her client’s needs
As part of her NHS role, Sally led a team of clinical psychologists and was involved in teaching, training and supervision of her colleagues. She still supports and supervises other mental health professionals and she works hard to keep learning – keeping her skills up-to-date through regular training workshops and clinical supervision.
Dr Jess Kingston
Dr Jess Kingston is a qualified Clinical Psychologist and works as an associate with Kingston Psychology Clinic. She is a Chartered Psychologist with the Health Care Professions Council (HCPC) and has provisional accreditation with the British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP).
Jess draws on thirteen years of clinical experience working with clients in the NHS and is currently a Lecturer in Clinical Psychology for the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (Royal Holloway University) training up the next generation of clinical psychologists.
Jess has specialist experience working with young people and their families, as well as adults with a range of mild to more complex difficulties, including; anxiety, depression, stress and symptoms of psychosis. She has worked for many years within Central and North West London NHS Trust as well as working in a Surrey primary care service ‘Improving Access for Psychological Therapies’ (IAPT) for adults.
Jess has developed a particular specialism in providing ‘third wave’ psychological therapies; mindfulness and acceptance-based approaches.
In addition to her doctoral training Jess completed a PhD investigating the use of ‘Acceptance and Commitment Therapy’ for clients with a broad range of mental health difficulties in the NHS. She has expertise in ‘mindfulness’ and ‘acceptance-based’ interventions, as well as traditional Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT). She sees the heart of therapy as helping people to build lives that are deeply meaningful rather than dominated by psychological worries and suffering.
Jess offers both short and longer-term therapies, depending on careful formulation and the needs/preferences of each individual. She offers weekly appointments at the Kingston clinic on Thursday evenings.
Dr Liana Hadleigh
is a qualified Clinical Psychologist and works as an associate with Kingston Psychology Clinic. She is fully registered with the Health Care Professions council (HCPC).
Liana has practiced in the NHS for 15 years, working with people experiencing a wide range of emotional difficulties. As well as her work with adults, Liana has extensive experience of working with children and adolescents, having worked for several years in an NHS Child & Family Mental Health Service. Today, she continues to work part-time for an Early Intervention in Psychosis Service; offering assessment and therapy to people experiencing psychosis and other emotional difficulties such as depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, and difficulties associated with traumatic experiences. As a senior clinician, Liana also supervises other psychologists and CBT therapists.
Liana can draw on a range of therapeutic models to offer an individualised approach to each person; CBT, Acceptance & Commitment Therapy, Mindfulness and systemic approaches.
Liana views psychological therapy as a tool to help individuals to understand themselves better and the difficulties they are facing. With this shared understanding, therapy can help the person to learn ways of coping so that they can live the life they want. Liana offers a very friendly and collaborative approach, creating a safe and non-judgmental space for individuals to explore their hopes and concerns.
At Kingston Psychology Clinic, Liana offers specialist interventions, both short and long-term, for a wide range of presenting difficulties; depression, anxiety, stress, bereavement, self-esteem, trauma and managing unusual experiences/experience of psychosis. She offers weekly appointments on Tuesday evenings.