Dr Carter is a registered Practitioner Psychologist with the Health and Social Care Professionals Council (HCPC) and Chartered Psychologist with the British Psychological Society. Her work adheres to the HCPC and British Psychological Societies' (BPS) professional and ethical guidelines and she receives regular clinical supervision from a consultant clinical psychologist. Within both her NHS and Private Practice, Dr Carter's focus has been to provide a high standard of expertise to support young people and their families, adults and staff teams. Dr Carter is a trained supervisor for Clinical Psychologists, Psychology trainees, counsellors, assistant psychologists and undergraduate Psychology Students.
Dr Carter has extensive experience within the NHS, working within a range of therapeutic environments such as adult mental health, child and adolescent mental health (CAMHS), learning disability services, physical health community services and hospital wards. Within the NHS, Dr Carter works within a neuropsychological rehabilitation service, providing expertise to adults living with an acquired brain injury. Dr Carter has a specialist interest in exploring the ‘mind-body’ link and in understanding the relationship between neuroscience, physical recovery and our thoughts, feelings and behaviour. More recently, Dr Carter has been involved in providing psychological support, consultation and therapy to staff teams affected by the impact of COVID-19.
Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (DClinPsy)
Supervision in applied Psychological Practice Course - Leicester University
Personal Construct Psychology (PCP) Foundation Course
Group Analytic Analysis Foundation Course - Institute Group Analysis accredited
First Class BSc (Hons) In Psychology and Criminology