Dr Katy Roe
I am a Chartered Clinical Psychologist who has worked in the NHS for fifteen years and I have had my own private practice for ten years carrying out clinical work, teaching / training and supervision.
After qualifying from Liverpool University with a Doctorate in 2006, I worked in Adult Mental Health in a community setting. My areas of interest include promoting cultural and organisational change and using creative solutions to communicate psychological concepts.
Prior to working within the NHS, I worked for three years in palliative care using art making as a form of communication and completed my first degree in Psychology and Fine Art. Following this, I worked for two years in a Community Brain Injury Service where I studied for an MSc in Clinical Psychology at Bangor University and carried out research into 'Carers Needs' of people with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI).
I have offered numerous training events to healthcare and non healthcare professionals on psychological skills in various settings and have lectured on an honorary basis for The University of Liverpool Doctoral Programme.
Since working in private practice I have developed a range of wellbeing programmes designed to accommodate different organisational needs.
I am a member of the Health Professions Council (HPC) and the British Psychological Society (BPS) and regularly attend training for my continuing professional development.