Mindfull Psychology is a private, independent Psychology Service based in Yorkshire. We are registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) which monitors and regulates the practice of Psychologists. We also hold Associate Fellow and Chartered Member status with the British Psychological Society (BPS). This means that we work to the code of conduct and within a strict framework of ethical principles so that you can be assured our practice is safe and delivered to the highest professional standard. We have completed between six and eight years of training and are committed to professional development to further our expertise and to ensure that the services we provide are informed by evidence based research on the most effective methods of assessment and therapy. We have undergone the relevant Disclosure and Barring Service checks (previously CRB).
MindFull Psychology offers a wide range of psychological services. We provide psychological assessment and therapy in addition to a number of Forensic Services. Our psychological treatment service offers support to clients with varying difficulties using methods such as cognitive behavioural therapy and EMDR: evidence based interventions endorsed by the National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE). We accept referrals from members of the public, professionals including GPs and the private sector.
Our forensic service includes providing expert services to criminal justice agencies involved in the assessment, management and / or treatment of individuals with challenging behaviour who present a risk to themselves or others. Furthermore, we offer bespoke training packages to organisations and can provide supervision for individuals training in the discipline of Forensic Psychology.
Our ethos is to maximise an individual’s potential by working in a positive and non-judgemental way, applying psychological knowledge and understanding to the difficulty to facilitate the achievement of goals. We are committed to providing a professional and high quality service in a flexible, responsive and accessible way.
Stephanie Money is a Practitioner Psychologist with over nine years experience of working with clients with a range of mental health needs in both a secure environment and in a community setting. She is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council and is an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society. With regard to her work in the community, Stephanie has focused on providing individualised psychological treatment based on a formulation of the individual’s difficulties in areas such as problem-solving, poor coping, self-esteem, anger control, anxiety management, low mood, trauma and stress. She is trained in a number of therapeutic approaches such as person-centred counselling, motivational interviewing and brief solution focused therapy however, her main therapeutic approaches are cognitive behavioural therapy and EMDR. Her areas of expertise also include the assessment of mental health, personality disorder and intellectual functioning.
Stephanie’s work history includes employment within the prison system where she progressed to Team Leader of the Psychology Department of a prison in South Yorkshire. Her responsibilities included working with, and / or assessing clients presenting with a range of offence backgrounds and completing psychological risk assessments for violent, sexually violent or domestic violence forensic backgrounds using a range of standardised psychometric measures and structured risk assessment tools. She has presented evidence at formal settings such as Parole Board Hearings and meetings such as MAPPA and self-harm / suicide prevention meetings. She was also an accredited facilitator of the Thinking Skills Programme and author and Treatment Manager of a Victim Awareness Intervention. In 2008 she was nominated for a Butler Trust Award for her contributions to the prison’s psychology service and a Pulse Award in 2009. Her previous experience also includes working as part of a Substance Misuse Team assisting individuals in building skills to prevent relapse and life skills such as independence and confidence.