About Dr. Michelle Hacking

I am a Clinical Psychologist with a special interest in autism and learning disabilities, I offer individual therapy, Clinical Supervision and teaching. I graduated from the University of Liverpool with a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology in 2018, and prior to this I worked within the NHS for many years, supporting autistic children and young people, as well as those with learning disabilities.

My approach is always person-centred, and I aim to work alongside adults, young people, and families to meet their individual needs; working collaboratively on what is important in their lives. I enjoy a variety of activities within my work, including assessment, therapeutic interventions, teaching and training, systemic family work, and behavioural approaches.

I specialise in working with autistic and neurodivergent individuals, and have worked with children and young people with Autism and Learning Disabilities since 2007. Part of my work is providing post-diagnostic support for adults, children and families after receiving a diagnosis of autism.

I continue to work within the NHS, and am currently a Specialist Clinical Psychologist within a team supporting homeless adults.

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