Dr Nancy Nsiah
Dr Nancy Nsiah is described by those she has worked with as 'empathic', 'genuine', and 'personable'. Her therapeutic style is an asset in creating and inclusive and collaborative spaces to explore challenging experiences including stress, anxiety, race-related trauma, low mood, low self-esteem and adjusting to physical health conditions. Nancy is an established Clinical Psychologist, author, and visiting lecturer across various Higher Education instituions, with experience working psychologically with individuals across the lifespan.
Her clinical experiences include working within world-renowned NHS Trust, Great Ormond Street Hospital, which has enhanced her practice to incorporate the combination of mental and physical health needs that have an impact on work, family life, and relationships. Central to her style of working, Nancy values the richness and influence of culture, faith, and racial backgrounds in how individuals make sense of their experiences.
Nancy’s therapeutic work is informed by a range of evidence-based approaches, including but not exclusive to Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Narrative Therapy, and Solution-focused therapy, all enhanced with a healthy dose of creativity. Through her sessions, Nancy offers a collaborative therapeutic space to support meaningful and lasting changes that will support you to move forward in your personal definition of recovery and wellness.