Dr Alice Laskey is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Director of The Psychology Partnership.
Alice has a 20 year background of training and practice in multiple therapeutic modalities and settings, in both the NHS and private practice. She has a deep well of knowledge, skills and experience to draw from and her focus lies in the healing of deep-rooted trauma and engendering wellbeing.
Alongside the more traditional psychological approaches she can draw from (such as various Cognitive, Analytic and Mindfulness-based approaches), her training as a Systemic Family Constellation Practitioner particularly influences and supports her current work as a Group Facilitator.
Alice is passionate about working to support the rebalancing of feminine and masculine energies within individuals, groups and systems for the transformative benefits of our inner ecology and the natural world. Her current creative projects and workshops are focused on rebalancing the masculine and feminine in relationship with ourselves, each other and as stewards of the natural environment. Watch this space for her forthcoming book.
Alice believes in contributing positively to communities and in the benefits of sharing good quality information across all levels of a system. This led her to create the Networking Community of Psychologists in Independent Practice (NCPIP) which enabled registered psychologists to come together as a supportive and informative network.
Alice has a keen background in research and training and has published research in the fields of ptsd, psychosis, cognitive therapies and dementia care services. She is author of the best-selling book, How to Become A Clinical Psychologist: Getting Your Foot in the Door. She has served as an examiner for the Clinical Psychology Doctorate Programme at the University of Lancaster and has served as a research reviewer for the Association of Cognitive Analytic Therapy.
Dr Alice Laskey is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and is an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society (BPS) as well as a member of the Division of Clinical Psychology. She has also been a member of the Association of Cognitive Analytic Therapy (ACAT), previously served on the National Communications Committee for the British Association of Behaviour and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) and as Chair for the North-West Branch of the BABCP.