Dr Suzanne Whitehead
Suzanne has worked in the NHS since qualifying 20 years ago. She has specialised in mental health and working with people with health conditions such as Type 1 Diabetes and chronic kidney disease. She has expertise working with people to help manage fatigue, pain, anxiety and depression, and living well with health conditions. She has 15 years experience working in the private sector providing psychological training workshops and therapy, and currently offers assessment and therapy at Litfield House.
||Dr Suzanne Whitehead
||CPsychol & PG Dip in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
||Anxiety, depression, relationships, adult mental health, adjusting to & living with health conditions
|Clinical Research Interests:
||Psychosocial factors that improve treatment outcomes after transplantation.
||1997 Oxford Doctorate in Clinical Psychology training course
||1997 – 1999 Older Adults with Mental health problems Stoke Mandeville Hospital; 1999- 2004 Adult Mental Health and Adults with enduring mental health problems, Bristol; 2004-05 Adults with Type 1 Diabetes, North Bristol NHS Trust; 2010- current Adults with chronic kidney disease and transplantation, North Bristol NHS Trust.
||2004-2010 Clinical Tutor with Bristol Doctorate in Clinical Psychology Training Course
|Membership of National Professional Societies:
||British Psychological Society, Registered with HCPC.
||Richardson P, Whitehead S, Meek P, Gunary R & Richards G (2005) ‘Type 1 diabetes: A complex condition requiring a multidisciplinary intervention’ Diabetic Medicine April 2005 vol. 22 supplement 2, p116
|Medico Legal Reports:
||Thursday’s daytime only