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Empowering well-being through Clinical Psychology

We specialise in helping to support needs associated with:

Autism & ADHD

Learning disabilities

Challenging behaviours

Anxiety

Trauma 

Loss

Stress

Relationships

Family Therapy

We work with children, young people and adults.

At Ealing Clinical Psychology we are passionate about providing the highest standard of care for our clients. With several decades of shared experience, we provide comprehensive psychological assessments and evidence-based treatments for adults, children and families.

Dr Helen Devonshire and Dr Patsie Staite are highly qualified and dedicated to supporting people to understand the difficulties they are experiencing. We strive to provide the best care possible in a safe and supportive environment.


Our ways of working are strengths-focused, empowering and we enable possibilities for change. We create safe and non-judgemental therapeutic relationships, where experiences can be shared in ways that enable people to feel stronger.

"We are warm, empathic and passionate about supporting people"

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Support

Therapy

Consultation

We use evidence-based psychological approaches to address a broad spectrum of mental health needs and help people lead more meaningful and purposeful lives.

Find out more about our therapy approaches.

We provide a supportive service focusing on the needs of individuals and working together to develop the best care plan. We are dedicated to providing tailored care to those experiencing  mental health needs, as well as neurodiversity.

Our work with teams includes teaching, training and consultations to schools, care providers, and therapeutic organisations. 

  • What is Clinical Psychology?
    Clinical psychologists work with a wide range of mental health and physical health needs including anxiety, depression, neurodiversity and relationship difficulties. In accordance with the British Psychological Society, Clinical Psychology aims to improve people’s quality of life by reducing psychological distress and enhancing psychological wellbeing.
  • What therapy do you offer?
    We support people who are experiencing psychological distress or are showing behaviours that disrupt everyday life and wellbeing. The therapy we offer is informed by our training in Systemic Family Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Mindfulness and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Mentalisation Based Therapy, Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Trauma-Informed Practice, Attachment Based Practice, Video Interaction Guidance, and Positive Behaviour Support. As Clinical Psychologists, we are skilled in integrating these interventions to best meet people’s needs and goals. We are trained to work with individuals, families, groups, teams and services. We offer psychological supervision, consultation and training.
  • My child has been diagnosed with Autism, can you support us?
    An autism diagnosis can be difficult to understand. You may be coping with a condition you know very little about, and trying to find new ways for everyone to live together and feel supported. Understanding what the diagnosis means and what support to offer can feel daunting, but we’re here to help. Your child is the same person they have always been. Now that you know they are autistic, you can begin to better understand their needs, plan the right support and help them to show their full potential. Contact us today to find out about how we can help and support you..
  • What can I expect from our first meeting?
    We work in partnership with people seeking support. We begin with a clinical assessment, which usually takes place over a series of individual, couple, family or group sessions. The assessment enables us to develop shared understandings of the situation, which we call a ‘formulation’. The formulation guides our shared decision making about what support would be most helpful.
  • Where are your clinics based?
    We work out of three locations in Ealing: - Ealing Common: 4a Station Parade, Uxbridge Road, W5 3LD - Ealing Broadway/Pitshanger: 3 Montpelier Ave, W5 2XP - Northfields: The Space, 12B St Mary's Road, Ealing, W5 5ES We also offer online sessions via Google meet.
  • Are therapy sessions in-person or online?
    We offer both online and in-person sessions. We offer in-person sessions at Back 2 Well-Being, Northfield Avenue, Ealing W5 4UB. We also offer online therapy sessions via Zoom and Google meet.
  • What are your fees?
    When you first contact us to enquire about working with us, Dr Helen Devonshire or Dr Patsie Staite will offer you a FREE 30minute conversation over the phone. During this conversation we will talk about your current situation, what would be useful, and think together about how we could be of help. Our fees are £150 per 50min session. We are registered with a number of insurance companies. However, we are currently only offering sessions funded by Aviva.

I'm so pleased my daughter felt so at ease. It was lovely to see her come out of her shell

Feedback from the parent of child after an Ealing Clinical Psychology session

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We offer an initial free 30min chat

Contact

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