CarpeDiem Psychology Services
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Counselling Psychology

Based in Whitchurch, Hampshire, CarpeDiem Psychology Services is a confidential Counselling Psychology service, serving the Andover, Basingstoke, Winchester and Newbury area.

Dr Susanne Robbins is a Chartered Psychologist and Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society. She is registered as a Practitioner Psychologist with the Health and Care Professions Council, and is also an experienced practice supervisor, listed on the Register of Applied Psychology Practice Supervisors held by the British Psychological Society.

She has many years experience of working in a number of settings within the NHS, in a University Counselling Service, in private practice, and as a university lecturer. She is experienced at working with a number of difficulties such as depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties and bereavement, and also experienced at working with people who are coping with and adjusting to physical health difficulties.

Susanne has a very good understanding of how difficult it can be to ask for help, and of the effect that any kinds of difficulties can have on the whole family. Approaches used include Systemic (solution focused) therapy, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) with Mindfullness and Psychodynamic therapy. Sessions are offered to meet the specific needs of clients, with flexible use of time between sessions. Emphasis is placed on enhancing individual strengths and resources and developing coping abilities so that difficulties can be overcome.

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Providing Confidential Counselling Psychology For

  • Individuals seeking personal therapy
  • In-training psychologists requiring personal therapy and supervision
  • NHS
  • Medico-legal referrals


  • BSc (hons) Psychology
  • MSc Counselling Psychology
  • Post MSc Practitioner Diploma Counselling Psychology
  • Practitioner Doctorate Counselling Psychology
  • Registered Hypnotherapist (General Hypnotherapy Register)

Code of ethics

Counselling is provided under the ethics guidelines of the British Psychological Society and the Health and Care Professions Council