Ellie moved to Oxford in 2012 where she has worked for the university as a Clinical Research Coordinator investigating the links between cognition and motivation. Over the past couple of years she has completed further specialist training, pursuing her passion for helping people through clinical work.
Ellie has a masters degree in Psychology and Psychological Practice from the University of Birmingham. During this time she gained experience volunteering at the university supporting students and offering her skills at an early detection and intervention service for psychosis. She has now completed training at Oxford university completing her training in Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) and Postgraduate Diploma in CBT with a specific focus on complex presentations in addition to a range of anxiety disorders such as Panic, OCD and social phobia, sleep difficulties and depression. Ellie is passionate about using evidence-based techniques to help clients overcome challenges and realise their goals.
Outside of mental health, Ellie is a keen snowboarder and enjoys arts and crafts, travelling and hiking during the warmer months.
MSci Psychology and Psychological Practice, University of Birmingham
Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy, Oxford Mindfulness Centre
Working towards Postgraduate Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy: Complex Presentations Pathway, Oxford Cognitive Therapy Centre
MSci (Hons), PG Dip CBT Oxon, BABCP student member