Supporting you
with your well-being

Psychological Therapy

Psychological therapy is a collaborative process which seeks to find out what is important to you and identify barriers to moving forward in life. The therapist is there to facilitate this process and support you to develop strategies that might help you to overcome obstacles to well-being. 

Psychological therapy works best when you attend with an openness to explore new ways of doing things and with a willingness to engage with self-practice outside of the therapy sessions. At the end of therapy, you should leave feeling equipped to face future challenges without regular input from your therapist.

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Workplace Well-being

Mental ill health is estimated to cost £45billion per year to UK Business with 1 in 6 employees experiencing a mental health problem at some point this year. We provide specialist Clinical Psychology input to support organisations to develop workplace well-being strategies that benefit your employees and the business. 

The focus of this work is to promote psychological well-being in the workplace. Research suggests implementing a successful mental well-being programme can improve productively by as much as 12% as well as reducing sickness absence rates and costs associated with staff turnover by up to 70%.

About Keystone Psychology

Dr James Rathbone

Clinical Psychologist
Founder of Keystone Psychology

James is a Clinical Psychologist working in Lincolnshire. He completed his Bachelors degree in Psychology in 2007 and went on to study a Masters in Psychological Research Methods. After working in research in the NHS for 2 years he went on to complete his Doctoral training in Clinical Psychology between 2011-2014.

Since gaining his qualifications, James has held various clinical roles in the NHS. He worked at The Royal Derby Children’s Hospital before moving to a more senior role working with adults with physical health problems in Nottinghamshire. More recently, he has been supporting the launch of an innovative oncology service providing support to patients with cancer. In independent practice, James specialises in working with long term health conditions.

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What is a Clinical Psychologist?

Clinical Psychologists focus on reducing distress and promoting psychological well-being. Working in a range of clinical settings, they support individuals who are struggling with both mental and physical ill health. All Clinical Psychologists undertake extensive training to Doctoral level. Clinical Psychologist is a protected title and all clinicians must maintain registration with The Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).

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Undergraduate Degree
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Postgraduate Degree
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Assistant Psychologist post
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Doctorate in Clinical Psychology

Once qualified, Clinical Psychologists are required to undertake Continued Professional Development (CPD) through further training programmes. Many choose to specialise to work with a specific client group or in a particular model of therapy. They need to be able to demonstrate further training in the form of a CPD log to remain registered with the HCPC.

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