Dr Melonie Grannell is a Clinical Psychologist from Liverpool, UK. She obtained her doctoral degree from The University of Liverpool in 2009. She has vast experience with individuals across the lifespan, presenting with a variety of challenges and disabilities, learning, physical and emotional. Dr Grannell takes a person centered approach to therapy, tailoring the therapeutic approach to the needs of the individual. Her therapeutic approach is eclectic, drawing from her knowledge and experience of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing Therapy) and Mindfulness. Dr Grannell works alongside adolescents and adults, reflecting upon a persons experiences, how they understand these experiences and the emotions that occur at such times. She believes that a shared understanding, feeling heard and understood, leads towards a path of hope, acceptance, adjustment and facilitates change. Having worked with individuals with complex mental health problems, interpersonal difficulties and significant trauma, Dr Grannell is accustomed to working with a wide variety of mental and behavioural issues, including trauma (PTSD), anxiety disorders, depression, mood disorders (including Bi-Polar), interpersonal and relational problems (including Personality Disorders), bereavement and loss, attachment issues, learning and physical health problems. She particularly enjoys working alongside individuals and families were a family member has a learning disability/difficulty and/or behavioural issues, including those presenting with traits of autism and those diagnosed with Autism and Asperger Syndrome. As a wife and mother of two children, Dr Grannell is an enthusiastic and passionate Clinical Psychologist.