Emma Rhoda has a degree in Psychology, a Masters in Health Psychology and a Masters in Counselling. She has 10 years of experience working in health-based services both in the UK and Hong Kong.
Emma has extensive experience working with children/adolescents in Social Thinking groups, as well as adolescents and adults who face a range of issues including;
• Low mood
• Health and illness challenges (e.g. coping with an illness (acute or chronic) or an unwell loved one, chronic pain, unhelpful health behaviours, pre- and post-surgical support)
• Pre and postnatal or fertility issues
• End of life (self and/or loved ones) and bereavement
• Social Thinking/skills
Emma uses evidence-based psychological therapies, such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Mindfulness, to support people in understanding what is happening in their lives, to identify more effective strategies for living and ways of achieving lasting change.
Emma can be seen at our Central and Southside clinic by appointment.