After completing her undergraduate degree in Psychology at the University of St. Andrews, Naureen Whittinger worked as a researcher at Cardiff University and Kings College London before earning her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology. She also holds a postgraduate certificate in Family Therapy.
Naureen Whittinger specialises in working with adults, couples and families who are facing problems or dilemmas in their lives. She is registered with the Health and Care Professionals Council and is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist. She is also a member of the British Psychological Society Division for Clinical Psychology and sits on the committee for the Faculty of Psychosis and Complex Mental Health as Inclusivity, Equality and Diversity Lead.
She regularly attends conferences and trainings on mental health, has published peer-reviewed journal articles, and is experienced in delivering training and consultation to healthcare staff. However, her real passion is in reaching out to people from all backgrounds and using creative methods to help people better understand themselves and how they can achieve wellbeing.