Psychology Chartered

Welcome to Psychology Chartered

We believe that psychology can change how we live and improve who we are.

 Whether young or old, healthy or sick, an individual, family or organisation, psychology has influenced our lives in significant and positive ways.

 This isn’t just our view. The evidence base for psychological interventions and treatments speaks for itself and underpins its ever growing contribution to health and social care, education, law, business and elite sport.

Psychology Chartered has been applying this knowledge and experience to real life problems since 2003.  However, as the evidence base grows and psychological skills evolve, our dynamic service is evolving to meet the increasingly challenging demands of living today and the changing world we live in.

We believe that achieving a sustainable and dynamic business is entirely compatible with maintaining our strong values regarding working collaboratively, sharing ideas and offering our professional expertise via consultation, training and supervision.

We know that we can only progress and develop by listening to clients, referrers and each other. In fact, being entirely open to feedback and advice makes our service more responsive and relevant. We look forward to working with you, accepting the challenges presented in the course of this work with respect and compassion but also an unwavering belief and confidence that psychology is a compelling force for positive change and innovation.

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How the human brain works

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Meet the Team

Richard Maddicks

Richard Maddicks

Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist and Director

Richard’s decision to pursue neuropsychology followed his experience during doctoral training at Hurstwood Park Neurological Centre in 1995.  He went on to complete his post-doctoral More...
Elliot Miller

Elliot Miller

Assistant Psychologist

Elliot graduated from Goldsmiths, University of London with a BSc in Psychology with Clinical Psychology in 2016. His first graduate job was working as a More...
Meet the rest of the team

Case Studies

Sam’s Tourette’s syndrome & psychological treatment
Sam, aged 29, lives in Portsmouth and was diagnosed with Tourette’s syndrome in early childhood (https://www.tourettes-action.org.uk). The separation of his parents during adolescence caused significant emotional difficulties for Sam and whilst remaining dependent on his family, he experiences communication with his parents extremely stressful. In the past, Sam has refused More...

Case Studies

Assessing Mental Capacity
Last year, John (aged 24) from Hampshire had a traumatic brain injury which affected his memory, executive functioning. John was increasingly impulsive and would buy multiple items of something he has seen advertised online even if he didn’t really want them, this has continued excessively and has left John with More...
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Medically Unexplained Symptoms: How misunderstanding leads to mistakes

By Lily Hopkins The term Medically Unexplained Symptoms, or MUS, refers to persistent bodily complaints, such as pain, seizures and fatigue, which have no identifiable physical explanation. These symptoms are more common than you may think, with a recent publication by the Joint Commissioning Panel for Mental Health finding that an estimated 52% of patients who access outpatient services are More...

New!!! Risks of Social Media and Internet Use

We are delighted to announce a new forthcoming training event for 2019: Risks of Social Media and Internet Use on the 29th January 2019.  This training event will be held at our Havant premises and is targeted at case managers and team leaders. It will provide up to date information, advice and discussion regarding the risks presented by the internet for many clients More...
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