Dr Donna Morris

Clinical Psychologist

Donna is a Forensic Psychologist with ten years of therapy experience. She is registered as a Practitioner Psychologist with the Health and Care Professions Council, and as a member of the British Psychological Society (BPS), including the Division of Forensic Psychology.

Aside from independent work, Donna has worked in the NHS for seven years, specialising in adults with histories of childhood trauma and resulting personality difficulties. Donna has also developed the service to enhance the wellbeing of staff and patients through use of yoga and mindfulness. Prior to this, she worked for St Andrew’s Healthcare, in a secure unit with adolescents with developmental disabilities who have histories of trauma and behavioural problems/offending. Donna’s current employment involves consultation work to help a mental health in reach service become informed about trauma and ways to work positively with the adults who have experienced it. Donna has extensive experience of both 1:1 and group therapy work and specialising in risk assessments e.g. for violence/offending.

Donna specialises in working with people with attachment difficulties, childhood trauma and behavioural difficulties/offending. Using her experience and training, she takes an integrated approach in therapy, using different psychological models and ways of working to best suit the person’s needs. Some of these approaches include: compassion focused therapy, schema therapycognitive behavioural therapy, and sensorimotor psychotherapy – an approach that includes how the body stores trauma and can be the key to further recovery.

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