BA (Hons), MSc, PGDipClinPsych
Hannah is a clinical psychologist with extensive experience in all aspects of the psychology of women’s health and related fields. She works alongside women and their families who live with endometriosis or similar symptoms including management of; chronic pain, endometriosis treatment associated outcomes, fertility planning, pregnancy and postnatal care, sexual disorders, sexuality issues and the general management of coping with chronic medical treatments.
Hannah works with girls and women who have persistent pelvic pain using psychological strategies and skills from treatment modalities mentioned below to better cope with their daily functioning. Her approach is centred on both the overall well-being of the individual as well as the impact on couples and wider the family system.
Most often utilising the treatment modality, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, or Metacognitive Therapy focusing (incorporating the interactions of thoughts, feelings, behaviour and their processes) as primary treatment modalities. She works well as part of team alongside Obstetric and Gynaecologist Specialists, Nurses, Midwives and General Practitioners.
Specifically, Hannah’s background clinical training encompasses all aspects of general mental health and health anxiety, Anxiety disorders, Depression, Post-natal Depression, Adjustment, Loss and Grief, Pain, and Sexuality as well as supporting individuals and couples regarding issues associated with fertility, and child and family dynamics. Patients referred need not be seeing any other medical professional at Oxford Women’s Health. Please contact Alison Bush at Oxford Women’s Health. Ph: 03 379 0555 for booking details and or contact Hannah directly by email: firstname.lastname@example.org