I am a Consultant Clinical Psychologist with over 15 years post-qualification experience who is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council. I identify and treat psychological problems across the entire spectrum with particular expertise in depression, anxiety, trauma, addictions and work/relationship issues.
I use a range of evidence-based therapeutic techniques such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and am passionate about identifying and using clients’ personal virtues in tackling psychological distress.
“Dr O’Connor has excellent communication skills and his personal qualities are such that I have no doubt in his ability to form positive relationships and effective working alliances with people from a wide variety of disciplines and from all walks of life”.
Dr H E Rhodes – Clinical Psychologist
“I have always found John to be open, approachable, helpful and dedicated to client well-being. He demonstrates constructive thinking, clinical competencies and leadership around difficult treatment issues.”
Mr David Fenton – Senior Social Worker
“Dr O’Connor worked with The Ministry of Defence form 2008-2009 working in Germany and the UK with service personnel and their families. He is a highly committed and hard-working Clinical Psychologist with skills in a variety of assessment and therapeutic techniques.”
Dr Jamie Hacker Hughes – Head of Defence Clinical Psychology, Defence Consultant Advisor in Psychology
“My experience of working with Dr O’Connor has been effortless and extremely helpful. I look forward to using his expert skills again”.
Mr James Winter-Whittaker, ACT Solicitors, Nottingham
I am Head of Psychological Therapies at a private psychiatric hospital in Surrey and Director of malonepsychologyservices.co.uk. I completed clinical training in East London under the supervision of Prof Mary Boyle and have worked in a variety of NHS settings including Great Ormond St Hospital and Ealing Primary Care Trust. My Doctoral research explored the diagnosis of Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and was completed at The Institute of Psychotrauma in London.
In 2008 I was appointed at Consultant level by The Ministry of Defence to lead the provision of mental health services in the UK and Germany. I am also widely recognised as an Expert Witness and have conducted many assessments for the courts.
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