Psychological Therapeutic Solutions

Meet The Team

Dr Deborah Kingston
Clinical Director of Psychological Therapeutic Solutions

Deborah is a chartered clinical psychologist, and an accredited EMDR supervisor and consultant. She holds a specialist interest in neuro diversity and neuro biological factors associated with trauma. She frequently attends conferences with world leading experts in the field of trauma. She has over 10 years of experience of working within both the NHS and private sector. 
 
Deborah works with both single event trauma and complex trauma which may present in lots of mental health difficulties. These includes depression, anxiety, personality, and panic disorders. 
 
Deborah has a field of knowledge and experience of working with solicitors and case management providers to support their clients who have been through a traumatic experience. Over the last few years, she has supported numerous organisations with training courses such as Mental Health, Awareness Training, and Understanding Trauma Training. 

 

Dr Deborah Kingston
Clinical Psychologist

  • Doctorate in Clinical Psychology
    BSc (Hons)
  • Psychology Graduate
  • Certification in Couple Counselling (Relate)
  • Chartered Member of Health Professionals Council
  • Chartered Member of British Psychological Society (BPS)
  • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Europe
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
  • EMDR
  • Integrative Approaches
  • Schema Focused Therapies

How do differential explanations of voice-hearing influence attributions and behavioural intentions towards voice-hearers? (Kingston, Moghaddam & Dawson, 2016)

Do they practice what we teach? Follow-up evaluation of a Schema Therapy training programme (Kingston, Moghaddam & Beckley, 2014)

Dr Zoe Young
Clinical Psychologist

Dr Zoe Young is a Clinical Psychologist who until recently worked in the NHS in adult mental health services.

Previous NHS roles include working in a dedicated therapy service and in community adult mental health teams. These varied roles cover individual work with clients who experience a broad range of psychological distress and supporting staff teams to understand and implement psychological ways of working with clients. With a focus on Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Compassion Focussed Therapy (CFT) as therapeutic modalities, Dr Young aims to tailor specific treatment plans to the individual’s needs

Dr Zoe Young
Clinical Psychologist

Dr Le-Sharn Parker
Clinical Psychologist

Le-Sharn is a Clinical Psychologist currently working in NHS community adult mental health and perinatal services. She has experience of working with a range of mental health difficulties in children and adults across their lifespan. Le-Sharn is particularly skilled in working therapeutically with people who have experienced both single-event and complex traumas and are struggling with their mental health as a result.
Life can present us with immense challenges that we did not ask for, but nonetheless find ourselves contending with. Le-Sharn works with people to create a safe and trusting therapeutic relationship, through which they can explore a shared understanding of these challenges and their impact, to find a way forward that is in line with the person’s values and hopes for the future.
Le-Sharn takes an integrative approach, using a range of evidence-based therapeutic models and tailoring the therapy to the person and their specific needs.

Dr Le-Sharn Parker
Clinical Psychologist

Dr Marta de Madariaga Lopez
Clinical Psychologist

As a highly motivated and dedicated professional, Marta has provided psychological services within the NHS and as an independent practitioner in the United Kingdom since 2001. Marta is experienced in using psychological therapies to help alleviate emotional distress across the lifespan. She is trained in a number of therapeutic modalities including CBT, EMDR, Psychodynamic, Schema, and Attachment. She employs trauma-informed integrative approaches to understand the complex and pervasive impact of trauma on a person’s worldview, and to suit your needs and experience within the foundations of our therapeutic alliance. 

She is particularly interested in understanding internal as well as external factors that might have convened at this time and that may play a fundamental role in the way you are currently feeling. Some of these internal factors might include cognition (e.g., memory, attention, planning and organisational skills) sleep, hormones, pain, nutrition, movement/exercise and your ability to self-sooth. External aspects include climate change, abuse, relationships, work and social life amongst others.

Dr Marta de Madariaga Lopez
Clinical Psychologist

Dr Lily Lewis
Clinical Psychologist

Dr Lily Lewis is a clinical psychologist working in the NHS and in private practice. She is passionate about creating a collaborative therapy experience and supporting others to understand and process distressing life experiences. Drawing on EMDR, compassion focused therapy and CBT, Lily offers personalised therapy based on the individual’s goals and needs. Lily works in an NHS perinatal mental health service and has a particular interest in working with birth trauma and reproductive trauma. 

amongst others.

Dr Lily Lewis
Clinical Psychologist

Mary-Jane
Practice Co-ordinator

Mary-Jane is our Practice Co-ordinator who manages all our business administration requirements. Her main role is to look after our associate team and clients. Mary-Jane has extensive history of working in healthcare and was nominated for a Leadership in Management award when she was a Registered Manager of a Domiciliary Healthcare Company. 
 
Mary-Jane has specialist skills in compliance and recruitment and will oversee the day to day running of the office, supporting the development of our associate team within our organisation and aims to provide an outstanding level of service to all those who are involved with Psychological Therapeutic Solutions.

Mary-Jane
Practice Co-ordinator

The pendulum of the mind oscillates between sense and nonsense, not between right and wrong.