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Dr Alexandra Quigley

Clinical Psychologist

You can make the changes that you need to if you understand how and why
If you understand what contributes to the problems and challenges that you face, you can learn to change how you think, feel and respond to those challenges so that you can live a better life Stress and Anxiety Persistent Pain Negative Thinking Trauma Fatigue Fear of Judgement Intrusive Thoughts Sleep Problems Phobias

Tailored and effective specialist psychological interventions that are supported by science and research to help you to
live better and move forward

Testimonials “I have learned a number of tools to better manage my chronic condition and I feel more hopeful and confident about managing my illness. I have already started to be more grateful, re-direct thoughts when feeling stressed, do regular stretching, have kinder thoughts, and am better managing my energy levels. I honestly feel that attending these sessions has prevented me from dropping into a depression. I was not managing well but now I feel more hopeful and empowered.” “I would like to express my gratitude to you for helping me to confront the difficulties that have held me back for many years. I never thought that I would be able to do the things that we have managed to do in the sessions together. It has really been a privilege working with you. You have taught me a lot, and have been very kind and patient along the way.” “We had moments throughout the sessions when I had breakthroughs with understanding and challenging my negative behaviours, and with your support I was able to truly see that there were alternatives. You taught me how to see them even when I felt that there were none and thought that I couldn’t do it. I very much appreciated your knowledge and experience; your calm, friendly and amusing personality really made these sessions work for me.”
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