Dr Anna Elderton
The Little Therapy Room 2020
She is trained in a range of therapeutic approaches including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).
Anna has a specialist interest in the interactions between mental and physical health, and is committed to working with young people and their families to alleviate emotional distress and improve quality of life.
Anna is a Clinical Psychologist working with children, young people and families in the NHS and independent practice. Anna trained on the Oxford Doctoral Course at the University of Oxford and qualified as a Clinical Psychologist in 2013.
Prior to this, in 2006, she completed a Psychology undergraduate degree at the University of Sheffield and in 2008 a Masters of Philosophy at the University of Liverpool, focusing on psychological health in the context of Parkinson’s Disease.
Anna is an experienced practitioner working with children and young people with tics and Tourette’s syndrome, anxiety, depression, behavioural difficulties, ASD, relationship problems, toileting and adjustment difficulties, as well as psychological adjustment to health conditions.
Dr Hannah Stratford
Hannah is passionate about helping people understand psychology and mental health, and has contributed to Short Films About Mental Health and The Man With His Head In The Clouds by Richard O. Smith (2014, Signal books). Hannah offers teaching and training within Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust for staff and for external agencies (like schools and residential units) to help
a range of professionals understand more about mental health. She is a guest lecturer at the Oxford Institute for Clinical Psychology Training and Research (OxICPTR) in gender diversity. She is keen to learn more about mental health, and has published research on mental imagery in anxiety and bipolar disorder, and on paranoia in young people, and is currently involved in research into mentalisation (thinking about thinking) in young people with anxiety, depression, and borderline personality traits. She cares about the environment, and likes music and films. At the weekend she enjoys walking her dog.
Hannah is a Clinical Psychologist working in the NHS and private practice. Hannah finished her degree in Experimental Psychology at the University of Cambridge in 2007 and has been working in mental health care and research ever since. She qualified as a Clinical Psychologist at the University of Oxford in 2013.
Hannah works with adolescents, adults, and families offering psychological assessment and therapy, and has training in several therapeutic models including CBT, Systemic therapy, Mindfulness, CBT-E (enhanced for eating disorders), Narrative Exposure Therapy, DBT-informed skills. She works with people with a range of problems including eating problems, anxiety, OCD, gender dysphoria, trauma, depression, psychosis, self-harm, and relationship problems.