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Clinical Psychology
Compassion-Focused Therapy
Trauma-Focused Therapy
Chronic Exhaustive Conditions Mindfulness

Janet founded Psychology One-to-One in order to provide a prompt, high quality, face-to-face clinical psychology assessment and treatment service. Janet cares deeply about helping people to alleviate their suffering and is passionate about helping people to bring about the change that is needed to improve their quality of life.

About Janet

Janet has worked within the mental health field since 1996 and qualified with a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology in 2004 from the University of Newcastle-upon- Tyne. She has over 20 years experience in mental health and works with a range of mental health, psychological and emotional issues through face-to-face psychological therapy sessions.

Area of Expertise

Janet is experienced in offering both specific time-limited psychological interventions and longer-term psychological therapy for an extensive range of difficulties, offering a safe and comfortable space for you if you are experiencing psychological difficulties, emotional distress, mental health issues and relationship difficulties.

​How Janet Can Help You

​As an integrative clinical psychologist, Janet draws upon a number of evidence-based therapeutic approaches so that treatment can be personalised to meet your needs. If you are an adult experiencing mental health issues then Jan helps you to understand the development and maintenance of your difficulties so that you can reduce your symptoms in both the short and long term and improve the quality of your life.

Treatments Offered (but not limited to)

Abuse, adjustment, addiction, anger, anxiety, bipolar disorder, body image/dysmorphia, borderline personality disorder, bullying, childhood trauma, chronic fatigue syndrome, chronic illness, chronic pain, coping skills, depression, dissociative disorders, domestic abuse, eating disorders, emotional regulation, family conflict, grief/bereavement/loss, hoarding, life transitions, obesity, obsessive-compulsive disorder, panic, personality issues, phobias, physical health, post-traumatic, stress, relationship problems, self-esteem, self-harm, sexuality, sexual trauma, shame, sleep problems, stress and burnout, suicidal thinking, weight loss surgery support, weight management, work-related stress.


Psychotherapists are mental health professionals who are trained to listen to a person’s problems to help to find out what’s causing them and work to find a solution. As well as listening and discussing important issues with you, a psychotherapist can suggest strategies for resolving problems and, if necessary, help you change your attitudes and behaviour.



    Daytime and evening appointments available at a range of locations across Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

    Prior to arranging an appointment, a free 15 minute telephone consultation is available to you

    Janet accepts self-referrals.

    • Initial Assessment £120
    • Ongoing appointments £100 per session
    • Appointments last for 50 minutes
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