Works as Applied Psychology Practitioner at First Psychology Centre, Inverness.
Hannah-Kelly has a particular interest in working with people with eating disorders and complex PTSD.
Hannah-Kelly's way of workingHannah-Kelly is passionate about supporting clients using different approaches and techniques to facilitate mental wellbeing. She works in an empowering, nurturing and relational way with clients and aims to provide a safe space in which clients can explore their issues and problems. Hannah-Kelly tailors her therapeutic approach to meet the individual needs and preferences of each person. Therapies she offers include: Counselling / Psychotherapy, Person-Centred Therapy, and Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy (CBT) and she also integrates elements from other therapeutic approaches/techniques such as Schema Therapy and experiential exercises where she feels these may be helpful. Hannah-Kelly believes that the therapeutic relationship is the basis for all effective therapy and she will work to build a relationship with each client.
Hannah-Kelly has several years' experience working in a variety of supporting roles in a range of settings. These include in adult mental health community and residential care, family mediation services, and in NHS services supporting adults, children and families.
Hannah-Kelly's background and training
She has a COSCA Certificate in Counselling Skills and a Degree in Psychology (Hons) from the University of Stirling. In addition, Hannah-Kelly is in the final year of a DPsych in Counselling Psychology at Glasgow Caledonian University.
Hannah-Kelly charges £70 a session for self-funding clients. She also works with clients referred via their employer/organisation – for further details, please visit First Psychology Assistance.