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Clinical Psychology

Clinical psychology is an integration of science, theory and clinical knowledge for the purpose of understanding, preventing, and relieving psychologically-based distress or dysfunction and personal development. Central to its practice are physiological assessment and psychotherapy although clinical psychologists also engage in research, teaching, consultation, forensic testimony, and program development and administration.

As a clinical psychologist Anna Wybraniec has been professionally trained in all major psychological treatment methods. She has extensive experience in assessment and treatment of clients based on different approaches and treatment techniques that enable her to plan the best and individually tailored therapeutic interventions which provide the fastest results.

In her clinical practice she specialises in assessments, diagnosis and provision of treatment for clients suffering from a variety of emotional and behavioural problems, including:

 

-       Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and trauma conditions

-       Anxiety

-       Panic attacks

-       Phobias, including phobia of car travel, social phobia, agoraphobia

-       Depression

-       Chronic pain

-       Stress

She has particular interest and expertise in assessment, diagnosis and treatment of clients suffering from trauma resulting from accidents such as: road traffic accidents, accidents at work, medical negligence, animal attacks, as well as physical and sexual assaults and robbery. While working at the INPUT Pain Management Clinic at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital, London, she gained additional expertise in making assessments and providing treatment for patients suffering from chronic pain. In her practice she uses techniques which can lead to a reduction of chronic pain.

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