We treat our clients with the utmost respect in all our interactions. Our team of administration and clinical staff are pleasant people with the right attitude and skills to make your experience of us a good one.
BSc(Hons) PhD DClinPsych CPsychol AFBPsS
Consultant Clinical Psychologist
Dr Paterson achieved a BSc Psychology, with first class honours, from the University of Ulster in 1987, and gained clinical experience with clients of all ages and a diverse range of problems, both within the voluntary and statutory sectors. Now a Consultant Clinical Psychologist, He holds two doctoral degrees, in Psychology, from the Queen's University of Belfast.
Dr Paterson's achievement in the field of psychology has been recognised by the award of the OBE during 2008, subsequent to the granting of Associate Fellowship of the British Psychological Society (BPS) and accreditation as a Chartered Clinical Psychologist. He is also a Registered Practitioner Psychologist with the Health & Care Professions Council.
Dr Kelly is aConsultant Psychiatrist and a Fellow of the Royal College of Psychiatrists. He has extensive experience of adult psychiatry ranging from inpatient treatment, treatment of serious mental illness and Primary Care Psychiatry. He has also 20 years experience as a Liaison Psychiatrist.
Dr Kelly completed a MD at Queens University of Belfast where he is an honorary senior lecturer and has over 30 peer reviewed publications in international journals. His primary interests are in mood disorders and suicide.
DipSW, CQSW, Cert Adv SW, Dip Fam Ther,
Adv Dip Mgt Psych Trauma, MSc Psychotherapy
Consultant Psychotherapist and Family Therapist
Through her experience, Mrs Healey developed a culturally sensitive family therapy approach to help families in trauma and grief and published her work in several journals and books. Her clinical work was referred to in the Government’s Bloomfield Report.
In 1999 she was appointed as the Consultant Family Therapist and Manager of the Family Trauma Centre, a regional service set up as a result of the recommendations of both the Bloomfield Report and the DHSSPS Social Services Inspectorate's Report into the needs of those affected by the Troubles.
Active in crisis response work, Mrs
Healey has been a member of the Belfast Health Trust's
Community Crisis Response Team for more than 15 years.
In January 2005 she was seconded to the British Red
Cross as part of the first response to