Scarlett is a provisional psychologist currently completing a combined Masters and PhD in clinical psychology. Her PhD research focuses on the connection between identity (our sense of self) and mental illness, highlighting her commitment to gaining knowledge on the complexities of mental health. Scarlett believes therapy is a collaborative process between psychologist and client and she works using a person-centred approach with a focus on creating a non-judgemental, safe, and warm environment.

Guinea pigs, Pip and Squeak will be joining Scarlett in her sessions. They absolutely love receiving treats and meeting new people.

Scarlett has experience working with young people through to older adults and practices evidence-based treatments including: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), mindfulness, solution focused therapy, schema therapy, and psychodynamic therapy. She is experienced working with a diverse range of concerns including social anxiety, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), depression, attachment issues, and difficulties associated with Autism and ADHD. She is also experienced in conducting cognitive and personality assessments.

Outside of the clinic, Scarlett spends time with her beloved cats, Bella and Tabitha, enjoys baking, gardening, watching YouTube and anime, and playing video games (particularly Pokemon).