BSc (Hons) Assistant Psychologist
Sophie is an aspiring clinical psychologist working alongside Dr Joubert and Dr Charlton in their private practices helping them to conduct assessments and write clinical reports. She also works as a practitioner in a secure children’s home.
Since completing her degree in Psychology, Sophie has worked with children and adults in a variety of settings including mental health services both in the community and in inpatient facilities as well as schools and residential care homes.
Sophie is enjoying being part of the norther gender network and being able to assist in providing support to gender diverse and transgender people.
Dr Luke Squires
BSc (Hons), MRes, PhD, DClinPsy, Clinical Psychologist based in Liverpool.
I am a Clinical Psychologist registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (PYL040623). I am a member of the British Association of Gender Identity Specialists (BAGIS). I have worked in NHS adult gender services since 2020 and am currently working as a specialist clinical psychologist at CMAGIC.
As a member of the LGBTQ+ community, I am passionate about improving mental health in this area. I support gender diverse people and those questioning their gender identity across different stages in their life. I take a person-centred approach to therapy drawing on my clinical training in CBT, CFT, CAT, and EMDR. My passion is also evident by my continued involvement in gender research (e.g. ‘gender euphoria’, exploring the distress associated with waiting times). I also supervise and teach future psychologists on gender-affirming practice.
I can provide specialist gender assessments for adults. I do not currently provide therapeutic support for this service.
Kie Cronesberry (He/They)
BSc (Hons), MSc. Assistant Psychologist
Kie is an aspiring clinical psychologist supporting the team in the writing of clinical reports. They also work in the NHS as an Assistant Psychologist for a regional gender dysphoria service.
Since completing their degree in Psychology, and a Masters’ in Child and Adolescent Mental Health, Kie has worked with young people and adults in a variety of settings including inpatient mental health, a regional NHS gender dysphoria service, the education sector, and the charitable third sector supporting gender and sexual diverse young people.
Kie also has keen research interests in sexual identities, gender dysphoria, and the intersection of gender and sexuality on mental health and neurodiversity.
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