Dr Kay Radcliffe

Associate Clinical Psychologist
DClinPsy, BSc (Hons)

Dr Kay Radcliffe is a Senior Clinical Psychologist, registered with the Health Care Professions Council (HCPC), working in the NHS for almost 10 years. Over this time Kay has worked with both adults and children across a variety of settings with people experiencing a range of psychological and emotional difficulties.

Kay’s training in Clinical Psychology has equipped her with the ability to practice across a number of therapeutic models including schema therapy, cognitive analytic therapy (CAT), compassion focussed therapy (CFT), mindfulness and systemic approaches. Kay’s prior experience working in an Improving Access to Psychological Therapy (IAPT) service also allows her to practice using cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT). Kay has applied these techniques to her work in the NHS which has included working with depression, anxiety disorders, relational difficulties, early trauma and attachment difficulties.

Kay’s current role in the NHS involves providing consultation and supervision to staff groups working with people with complex difficulties and early trauma. Recently she has also worked on an inpatient unit for women with histories of complex trauma providing individual therapy, group work, staff supervision and team formulation. She also enjoys teaching and training and regularly provides teaching for staff, including the National Probation Service as well as delivering teaching on the Doctorate of Clinical Psychology at the University of Leeds.