Ms Rosalind Coon

Associate Clinical Psychologist
BSc, MSc, MSc, PGCE

Ms Rosalind Coon has worked with adults, children and families as a psychologist since 1996. She has additional training and qualifications in cognitive behavioural therapy, EMDR, systemic and family therapy and solution focused brief therapy. She has been influenced by person centred therapy and has a particular interest in mindfulness approaches, including acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT).

Ms Coon works with adults and children who are experiencing a variety of psychological difficulties, including low mood/depression, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), phobias, self-harm, difficulties with eating, and family conflict. She has a particular interest in trauma, and works with people experiencing trauma and PTSD, whether as a result of specific incident, a number or stressful life events or difficulties in early development.

She has experience of working with people with learning and/or developmental difficulties, for example autistic spectrum conditions (ASC) and health difficulties, for example diabetes.

She has taught on the Doctorate training courses in Clinical, and Educational Psychology at Leeds and Manchester Universities, and has run training sessions on a wide variety of psychological issues for different organisations.

Ms Coon worked as an Educational Psychologist for 9 years, a senior and principal clinical psychologist in the NHS for 9 years, and since 2014 has worked with adults, adolescents, children and families solely in private practice.

Ms Coon is registered with the Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC) as both an Educational and a Clinical Psychologist, and is a Chartered Psychologist with the British Psychological Society (BPS). She is an EMDR Therapist and is qualified to teach mindfulness to help with low mood and anxiety.