Chartered Counselling Psychologist

I am a Chartered Counselling Psychologist with extensive experience of working in a variety of NHS primary and secondary care mental health services, as well as more traditional counselling settings. I am fully qualified with both the Health and Care Professionals Council and British Psychological Society. Through my clinical work I have wide experience of working with a range of difficulties including depression, anxiety, trauma, personality issues, OCD, phobias and bipolar disorder.

Accredited psychologist and member of the HCPC

As I am an accredited psychologist I adhere to a Code of Ethics and Professional Practice as determined by the Health and Care Professionals Council and the British Psychological Society. I am committed to providing therapy that is well researched and has a strong evidence base and practice continual professional development as I am dedicated to maintaining and developing my knowledge and skills as a way of assuring legal, effective and safe practice. As a Chartered Counselling Psychologist I am registered and listed on the British Psychological Society and Health and Care Professional Council websites

Individual approach

I believe that each person’s experience is unique so I will often draw upon a number of therapeutic models to tailor each individual package of treatment. This allows me to be flexible and adaptive to your needs, although I base all of my practice in a warm, open, non-judgmental and compassionate therapeutic relationship.

Dr. Chris Keithley

(CPsychol, DCounPsych, MSc, PsyDip, BA Hons, PRINCE2)

Specialist Interests

Organisational Pyschology

In a previous career, I have also worked within Organisational Psychology and as a management consultant for more than 10 years, thus bring an understanding of the unique challenges and stressors of working in organisational environments.

Chartered Counselling Psychologist

Mental Health in Sport

I have a particular interest in mental health within sport and have supported elite level athletes with their unique challenges in relation to mental health.

Sport Psychology Durham