Dr Elizabeth Hazelwood

Dr Elizabeth Hazelwood has worked in clinical psychology for nine years. She studied her Psychology Degree (BSc Hons) at Bangor University before completing her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (DClinPsy) in 2010 at Lancaster University.

Alongside working for Time Psychology, she works in the NHS in child and adolescent mental health services. She has assessed and treated children, young people and adults in both in- patient and community settings and also works with others involved in an individual’s care, such as parents, carers and other professionals. Her highly skilled approach draws on a number of psychological models.

Dr Elizabeth Hazelwood has completed post-doctoral training in behavioural, cognitive, parenting, solution-focused, and narrative approaches.

Away from psychology, Dr Elizabeth Hazelwood enjoys cooking and spending time with family and friends.

Dr Julie Preston

Dr Julie Preston has worked in the clinical psychology profession for over 24 years.  She completed her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology in 2003 at The University of Lancaster and now works both in the NHS as well as in independent practice.

She has experience of assessing, formulating and treating both adults and children with a wide range of difficulties including anxiety, low mood, self-harm, eating disorders, conduct difficulties,

relationship difficulties and trauma related symptoms.  She uses a range of approaches in her practice including behavioural, cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT), solution-focused, video interaction guidance (VIG) and parent child game (PCG) and Theraplay ideas. She is a VIG supervisor and an individual PCG trainer. She is accredited as a Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapist in CBT.

At home she is kept busy with her three teenage children. In her spare time she likes to keep herself active by running as well as walking her black pug.

Dr Kelly Sweeney

Dr Kelly Sweeney has extensive experience working with adults and adolescents in mental health settings. She worked within the NHS for 15 years before moving to independent practice in 2016. She has worked in adult and adolescent inpatient mental health services, in Probation and with young people attending Youth Offending Teams. She currently works part-time as the Lead Clinical Psychologist at an adolescent therapeutic residential service.

Dr Kelly works as an expert witness completing assessments for Family Courts relating to adolescent risk (to self and others) and parent’s capacity to protect. She also works on a project providing consultation to staff from CAFCASS (Child and Family Court Advisory and Support Service) and has provided training to the Police across the country.

Dr Kelly specialises in working therapeutically with adults and adolescents experiencing emotional distress, including anxiety and low mood, self-esteem and identity difficulties and those with self-harming behaviours. She implements an integrative approach to therapy drawing on a range of modalities including Compassion Focussed, Dialectical Behaviour and Cognitive Behavioural based therapies.

Dr Kelly is delighted to have the opportunity to work with Time Psychology. Away from her day-to-day work she is kept very busy with her three children.

Dr Rachel Andrew

Dr Rachel Andrew has worked as a qualified clinical psychologist for 17 years.  She began her career by studying Psychology (BA Hons) at The University of Newcastle upon Tyne. She later studied at the University of Northumbria at Newcastle for a Post Graduate Certificate In Education and completed her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (ClinPsyD) in 2003 at the University of Teesside.

Before working for Time Psychology, she worked in the NHS with a forensic psychology team, youth offending teams, and child and adolescent mental health teams. She has assessed and treated adults and young people across in- patient, secure and community settings. Her approaches draw on a number of psychological models.

Dr Rachel has completed post-doctoral training in cognitive, behavioural, solution focused, narrative, EMDR and systemic approaches.

Away from psychology, she loves television, the theatre and swimming.