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.


NHS experience

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.

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