Therapy Services

Psychology in Healthcare

Our Psychology in Healthcare Service provides therapy and support for people with mental health issues related to injury and illness.

We also provide support to carers and family members. 

Expert team

Our team works in hospitals, in local surgeries, and a variety of other health service locations.

The wider team includes:

  • clinical psychologists
  • primary care mental health practitioners
  • specialist physiotherapists 
  • counsellors.

What is a clinical psychologist?

Clinical psychologists have been trained to understand how people think, feel and behave. They help people to change thoughts, feelings and behaviours which cause distress.

They can help adults, children, young people, families, parents and carers when they are experiencing particular difficulties in their lives.

Our services

We provide assessment and treatment for individuals, couples, families and groups.

Our service covers four main areas:

We also run a range of wellbeing classes where people can learn about, and manage mental health conditions.

We carry out a range of other work including research, supervising healthcare staff, and consultation to staff from healthcare and other agencies.

Our senior staff

You can find out about our senior staff working in Healthcare Psychology services.

How do I access the service?

Please see the relevant section for details on how to access our services.

Some services are only available to Newcastle residents, while other services may be available to people outside of Newcastle.

More information

For more information about our Psychology in Healthcare Service, please contact: 

  • Tel: 0191 282 4081
  • Fax: 0191 233 1192

Alternatively, you can write to:

Health Psychology Department
Old Childrens Outpatients, Office Block 26
Royal Victoria Infirmary
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