Dr Jaime Horn, Director of Cambrian Psychology
I am a clinical psychologist with over 15 years' experience as a psychologist in the NHS, working with individuals, couples, families and staff groups. I have worked in NHS Trusts across England and Wales. I am experienced in working with individuals who have learning disabilities, Autistic Spectrum Conditions and more specific learning difficulties such as dyslexia. In my private work I work extensively with adults of all ages struggling with anxiety and depression, stress at work, sexual and intimacy problems and all types of relationship work, trauma following abuse or road traffic accidents. I also conduct a number of specialist learning and developmental assessments with recommendations of how best to make adjustments for the future.
My experience has enabled me to work with individuals and couples with a wide range of difficulties. These include: depression, anxiety, stress, phobias, obsessive compulsive disorder, childhood abuse, anger, low self esteem, relationship and intimacy problems, loss and bereavement, eating issues, adjustment to significant life events such as retirement, and trauma (including PTSD). I also work with adults and children with learning disabilities and social communication disorders such as autism and aspergers, who can often face many barriers in accessing individual therapy. It may be most helpful to work with those who care and support the individual, for example, giving advice and support on a range of issues, such as mental health, behaviour that can challenge capacity and decision making.