Welcome to ‘Ask the Psychologist’!

Do you have a question you’ve always wanted to ask a psychologist? Looking for feedback on a relationship? Worried about a friend or family member? Just fire up your keyboard and ask our Clinical Psychologist.

We’re now inviting our first questions for the new ‘Ask the Psychologist’ section, and starting on Monday 21 May, we’ll be publishing a selection of reader questions, together with replies from our new Consulting Clinical Psychologist, Dr Joseph M Carver.

If you’d like to read more about Dr Carver, please select the ‘About the Psychologist’ link from the section menu, and if you’d like to ask Dr Carver a question, just head on over to the ‘Ask a Question’ link. We look forward to hearing from you!

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