The difficulties Redhill Psychology can help with  

Redhill Psychology provides psychological assessment and therapy for adults and teenagers with a range of emotional difficulties including:

 

  • Work/ School related stress & other work issues such as procrastination or bullying in the workplace

  • Worry/ rumination and anxiety including disorders such as panic disorder, social phobia, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) & generalised anxiety disorder (GAD) 

  • Relationship difficulties including sexual issues

  • Anger issues and impulsive behaviours

  • Bereavement

  • Depression, suicidal thoughts and self harm 

  • Eating disorders & Body Dysmorphia

  • Adjustment difficulties 

  • Addictions & unhelpful habits such as trichotillomania (hair pulling)

Other Specialist services

 

1. Physical conditions such as Chronic Pain, bowel conditions (IBS), Chronic Fatigue (ME)

Dr Rosie Odhuba has a specialist interest and extensive experience in working with people suffering with physical health difficulties; both chronic and the more acute health problems. Mindfulness based approaches are particularly useful, such as ACT (Acceptance and commitment therapy) for helping people to live well despite their illness, as well as helping alleviate suffering that occurs as a response to the symptoms of illness.   

2. Trauma

Working with the impact of trauma and traumatic experiences using trauma focused CBT and other approaches is an area of specialist interest. This includes working with recent trauma such as road traffic accidents as well as past experiences such as child sexual abuse and other trauma.  

3. Brain injury and developmental disorders. 

Past experience of working in brain injury rehabilitation has led to a specialist interest in this area, with further experience of working with teenagers & adults struggling with the impact of disorders such as Aspergers, as well as other

 

difficulties that may effect memory, cognitive & emotional  functioning. 

Phone 07984 836215 

Email: Enquiries@redhillpsychology.co.uk