Are you suffering from anxiety, panic attacks, post trauma stress disorder, PTSD, phobias, health anxiety, intrusive thoughts, depression, trauma, stress of cancer, work stress, obsessive compulsive disorder or social anxiety?
Clinical Psychologist, Dr Roger Baker, offers therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy, CBT and counselling in the Bournemouth and Poole area.
To receive the best professional psychological assessment and therapy speak to the expert, Dr Roger Baker, BA, PhD, C.Psychol, C.Sci, F.B.Ps.S, F.B.A.B.C.P, is a Clinical Psychologist and Professor of Clinical Psychology at Bournemouth University and has practiced for 24 years as a Consultant Clinical Psychologist in NHS Trusts specialising in psychological distress. He is an expert in treating panic attacks, post traumatic stress disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, anxiety conditions, emotional distress and distress associated with medical conditions such as cancer.
In July 2015 Roger was awarded an honorary fellowship by the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP)in recognition of his outstanding contribution to psychological therapy.
He can provide expert psychological assessment, therapy and court reports for solicitors and therapy for many distressing problems on a private basis, and is registered with BUPA, AXA-PPP, Liverpool Victoria, PruHealth, HSBCLife and other major health insurance companies.
He has written three self-help books on panic attacks , post traumatic stress disorder and emotional processing . Lion-Hudson has kindly made these free chapters available for you to read: Intrusive thoughts, Emotional processing and the prevention of panic and Emotional processing therapy in overcoming post traumatic stress.
Recent articles by Roger Baker;
“Assessing the emotional impact of a pandemic”
This explains the relevance of a healthy emotional processing style for coping with the pandemic
“Wellbeing and emotional processing”
This explores how emotional processing can promote wellbeing in the workplace and introduces a new emotional assessment
“Emotional Processing; healing through feeling”
This video suggests we have reserves of emotional resilience which can help us cope with the coronavirus pandemic