Dr Abigail Pamich, Consultant Clinical Psychologist & Clinical Director
Dr Abigail is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist and the Clinical Director of Malvern Hills Private Practice. She is highly experienced and has worked in many different mental health teams in the NHS both in the UK and internationally. Dr Abigail has worked in CAMHS, Adult mental health, inpatient and alongside police in courts, and previously ran a full time private practice in Sydney, Australia. Dr Abigail has also published her academic work. Dr Abigail chooses the most suitable therapy for her clients based on a multitude of different trainings including CBT, EMDR and many other approaches. Self funding sessions cost £95 (Insurance have their own set fees). Dr Abigail is covered by Bupa, Aviva, Axa PPP and a number of other insurers.
Helen King, Clinical Psychotherapist/ EMDR Practitioner
Debra Lewis, Individual & Couple Counsellor
Dr Sarah Whitson, Clinical Psychologist
Dr Sarah is a kind and supportive Clinical Psychologist, presently employed in the NHS. She is highly experienced, and trained in many different types of therapy for different age ranges, including adults and adolescents. She works with ages 11+ and has many skills to work with stress, anxiety, self esteem and depression as well as physical illness. She also has specialist training in neuropsychology and has an interest in eating disorders. In her approaches she uses CBT, DBT and ACT as well as some systemic approaches. Dr Sarah works on a Monday and Thursday evenings from 5.30pm (and some Wednesdays). Self funding sessions cost £85 (Insurance have their own set fees).
Dr Victoria (Toya) Smalley, Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Alison Walne is a highly experienced and compassionate Psychologist, and a Registered practitioner with the Health Care and Professions Council. Dr Alison is a genuinely caring person – built on a simple philosophy that stems from Humanism to Treat people like you would like them to treat you. Dr Alison finds remaining focused on this principle helps endorse a firm commitment to psychological practice in a non-judgemental way, to achieve positive and sustainable outcomes for her clients. Dr Alison works Wednesday and Thursday daytimes. Self funding sessions cost £85 (Insurance have their own set fees).