About Great Glen Psychology

Dr Kate Rhee

Dr Kate RheeMany of the interventions and assessments are conducted by Dr Kate Rhee, a Consultant Clinical Psychologist who specialises in the treatment of adults, children, young people and families. Kate is an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society, is registered with the Health & Care Professions Council and is one of only two accredited ‘Mentors’ in Scotland for the Incredible Years Parenting Series.

Having completed her Doctoral training in 1995 Kate worked for a number of years in Neuropsychology and Paediatric Psychology with children who suffered chronic illnesses such as Diabetes and Epilepsy. She became the Consultant Lead Psychologist for a thriving and successful Clinical Psychology Service in Lancashire and developed and delivered a much sought after Early Years Parenting Service for children aged 12 years and under. Across the course of her career Kate has successfully worked with hundreds of children, young people and their parents experiencing psychological difficulties.

During her 25 year career in the NHS Kate has kept up to date with new approaches and continued to develop her skills. She has particular expertise in Cognitive Behavioural Approaches, Family work and Parenting work and has many additional post qualification diplomas’ and certificates. These include Family Therapy; Video Interaction Guidance Therapy (VIG); Solution Focused Therapy; Parent-Child-Game and Clinical Supervision Skills. Kate works within and around Inverness and the surrounding areas.

 

Clinical Associate: Katrina Tickle

Katrina Tickle is a Clinical Applied Psychologist and BABCP Accredited Cognitive Behavioural Therapist. Katrina offers specialist cognitive behavioural work in Obsessional Compulsive Disorder (OCD) and Anxiety and Depression. She completed her Masters in Applied Psychology for Children and Young People in 2013 and her Postgraduate Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy shortly after in 2014.

As an accredited member of the British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy Katrina delivers Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) to a high standard of professional practice which is maintained by appropriate supervision and professional development.

In addition to her work here at Great Glen Psychology she continues to work within the NHS as a Psychological Therapist.

"We were delighted someone finally recognised our concerns and was able to implement recognised and validated strategies to help with our son’s problems. We felt listened to and supported and it was helpful to have Kate’s support in school meetings. A first class service ... "

"I found Kate non-judgmental, very approachable, reassuring and very knowledgeable regarding my daughter's condition"

"It is definitely worth the money, Kate has been instrumental in helping my daughter on the first steps to her recovery"

"I would highly recommend this service for families. I feel it actively contributes to empowering children and their families, helping to work through social, emotional and behavioural problems, which families can’t always resolve on their own. The level of care we received was always very positive and more to the point my child bonded and almost immediately started to open up. Compassion and a real want to help was always very visible."

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Psychologists and child psychologists in Inverness
Therapy for adults and therapy for children, parenting support, counselling, counselling for children, CBT children and family psychology in Inverness and the Highlands.

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Great Glen Psychology