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Meet the Team

Our Clinical Psychologists all have formal postgraduate university training in psychology and have extensive experience in both community and acute hospital settings working across the lifespan and treating a broad range of psychological difficulties.


James Serpesedes

Principal Psychologist,
Clinical Psychologist

BA (Hons), MPsych (Clinical and Organisational)

James approaches therapy in an open-minded and collaborative way that is tailored to each client's individual goals. He is experienced in working across the lifespan with a broad range of mental health, relationship, and work-related problems.  James has worked in the disability sector for several years and enjoys helping individuals with disability reach their potential and live fulfilling lives. He also has strong experience working with children with developmental disabilities including ASD and ADHD, and supporting their families to overcome challenges that come with these diagnoses. His therapeutic work integrates components of cognitive behavioural therapy, schema therapy, dialectical behaviour therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, and solution-focused therapy. James is currently completing a PhD in Organisational Psychology specialising in the field of leadership.


Dr Irene Serfaty

Clinical Psychologist

BA (Hons), DPsych (Clinical)

Irene adopts an individualised approach to her therapeutic work with children, adolescents, and adults. She strives to create a safe and non-judgemental space for her clients. Irene has experience working with a range of psychological difficulties including depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, child behavioural problems, and relationship problems. She has particular interests in parent-child and family work, perinatal mental health, complex trauma including sexual abuse, and eating disorders. Irene completed a Doctor of Clinical Psychology involving the development of an attachment-based family therapy. Her therapeutic approach is strongly guided by this attachment-based framework, along with elements of cognitive behavioural therapy, schema therapy, EMDR, dialectical behaviour therapy, mentalisation-based therapy, and psychodynamic therapy.

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