Dr Freya Corfield
Key info about Freya:
Qualifications: Psychology and Education BSc, Psychological Research Methods MSc, Psychological Medicine PhD, Doctorate in Clinical Psychology
Therapy used: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Mindfulness and Compassion Focused Therapy
Ages worked with: 18+
Clinics at: Online
Health insurance coverage: Aviva, AXA, BUPA, Cigna, Vitality, WPA and other providers
Accreditation: Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC)
Hi! I’m Freya and I’m a Clinical Psychologist.
Freya is a chartered Clinical Psychologist and is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and the British Psychological Society (BPS).
She completed her clinical training at Royal Holloway, University of London, and her PhD at the Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London. Freya has published academic papers on a range of psychology topics, including neuropsychology, eating disorders and perinatal psychology.
She has worked with adults with health and neurological conditions, which included neuropsychological assessment. Freya values the importance of staff wellbeing and has facilitated training and reflective practice groups for staff working in challenging and emotive contexts. Freya has extensive experience providing evidence based psychological support across NHS, private and voluntary services and more recently in the corporate settings, including law, consulting, retail and technology.
Freya is passionate about improving access to psychological support and making it part of people’s daily lives. She has experience in providing remote and onsite assessment and treatment for adults with mental health difficulties in organisational healthcare centres, including working with:
· Confidence - feelings of imposterism; assertive communication skills
· Motivation - procrastination; stuckness; avoidance
· Fatigue - sleeping problems; exhaustion; burnout
· Inclusion - managing feelings of difference, belonging and connection
· Identity - professional and personal roles; sexuality
· Stress - health or financial challenges, traumatic events, managing changes
· Relationships - patterns; loneliness; caring for a loved one
· Grief and loss - bereavement
· Health - acute and chronic conditions, fertility challenges
· Neurodiversity - developing effective management strategies