A chartered child psychologist, Rachel helps children and families of all ages with behavioural, emotional and development issues. Areas of expertise include managing anxiety, assessing children for dyslexia and positive parenting.
Child & Family Psychological Assessment & Therapy
Behavioural & Emotional Concerns
Psychological Support for Children of all ages - including Anxiety, Phobias, Depression, Social Difficulties & Self-Esteem work.
Classroom & Playground Difficulties
Baby & Toddler Parenting Support for common Early Years problems - including Feeding Difficulties, Sleep Routines, Potty Training & Temper Tantrums.
Educational & Clinical Assessment
Dr Rachel Johnson has over twelve years of NHS and private experience in the field of psychological assessment and intervention with children and families, gained across the health, education and social care settings.
Now working in full time independent practice, Rachel focuses on providing immediate, targeted and friendly support to both children and their parents. Rachel works with children and families of all ages, from babies through to teens, who come with a wide range of behavioural, emotional and development concerns.
When not working directly with families, Rachel also works with schools, community groups and voluntary sector workers, providing training, supervision and consultancy to support their work with children and families. Rachel is also actively involved in local community initiatives working to provide targeted psychological support for families living in areas of social deprivation.
In addition to her clinical specialism, Rachel also has extensive experience in educational and psychological assessment, with a particular interest in the wider emotional and behavioural impact of struggling at school.
A qualified Clinical Psychologist, Rachel is a registered with the Health Professions council and is a Chartered Member of the British Psychological Society's Division of Clinical Psychology, as well as the Association of Child Psychologists in Private Practice (AChiPPP) and British Dyslexia Association.
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