Dr Mike Lloyd, BA., MSc., DClinPsych, Consultant Clinical Psychologist.
Mike received his Doctoral Post-Graduate degree from the University of Birmingham in 2005, and has been practicing full-time ever since. . In addition to his Doctorate, Mike has a first degree in Psychology and a Master's degree in Medical Anthropology, and holds a certificate of membership provided by the British Psychological Society and the Health Professions Council based on level of training and competency to practise.
As well as running Cheshire Psychology, Mike has worked within an NHS post in an Adult Community Mental Health team providing a broad range of assessments, diagnostics, therapies and training. Mike has also previously worked in child and adolescent teams and paediatric psychology within the NHS. He also provides therapy for people with physical health problems, such as chronic pain. Mike has recently taken up a consultant post within the Ministry of Defence, working in mental health services to assist serving military personnel.
In addition to his NHS and private practice, Mike is a UK Member of the European Society for Trauma and Dissociation (ESTD), The Trauma and Abuse Group (TAG) and a lifetime member of First Person Plural, an expert-by-experience led organisation for people with Dissociative Identity Disorder. He has extensive experience offering specialist therapy for people with dissociative disorders, regularly presents his work on dissociation and conversion disorders at conferences, and publishes in this field. For more information on these specialist services, please visit our partner page, www.ctadclinic.co.uk
Dr Sarah Parry, MSc, DClinPsy, fHEA
Sarah is a Clinical Psychologist, researcher and Senior Clinical Lecturer with a specialism in children and young people's mental health. Sarah has worked in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) with young people and parents, later specialising in looked-after children's services, supporting young people who experience voices and visions that others cannot hear or see, and the wellbeing of health and social care practitioners. Sarah works integratively with a range of therapeutic approaches to collaboratively find a 'good fit' for each individual.