Dr Eleanor Gunn
Dr Eleanor Gunn is a Clinical Psychologist registered with the Health Care Professions Council as a Clinical Psychologist and Information Commissioner's Office. She holds public liability and professional indemnity insurance.
Health Care & Professions Council
Skills & Experience
Dr Gunn is qualified as a Clinical Psychologist and has 10 years pre qualification experience working in mental health with children, young people and adults. Dr Gunn has experience in a range of psychological approaches including Cognitive Behavioural, Systemic, and Psychodynamic approaches.
Her range of experience and skills includes:
Assessment and therapeutic intervention for adolescents and adults with a range of mental health difficulties including depression and anxiety, interpersonal difficulties, trauma (including PTSD), emotional regulation, and complex mental health difficulties.
Specialist knowledge of health psychology for supporting people with chronic health conditions, somatic conditions and behaviour change.
Jan 2020 – present: Community Mental Health Team, Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust.
Oct 2019 – present: Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner – preferred provider/independent contractor, VitaHealth Group,.
Sept 2014 – Dec 2019: Trainee Clinical Psychologist, Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Partnership Trust.
Relevant post-qualification training
Jan 2020, EMDR Training, Rickman EMDR Training part 1 of 3.
October 2019 The development of Psychoanalytic Theory, Tavistock and Portman, 1 year (ongoing)
2018 Introduction to Experiential Dynamic Therapy, Thrive PPP Ltd.
2017 Maximising therapeutic effectiveness: transforming work with complex clients, IEDTA.
2016, Overcoming treatment resistant depression: the power of emotion, International immersive conference, IEDTA.
Other relevant experience
2014: MSc Health Psychology, Distinction, University of Nottingham.
2010: PGcert Psychological Therapies, Anglia Ruskin University.
Pregnancy Interrupted - 1) empirical paper focussing on the lived experiences of women with primary tokophobia. 2) The systematic review explores the psychosocial processes in women’s experiences of miscarriage (currently being written for publication).
Teaching to MSc students.