Dr Emma Vines

  • Professional Title: Clinical Psychologist
  • Qualifications: D.Clin.Psy., BSc (Hons)
  • Clinic location: Southville Clinic

Background

Dr Emma Vines has worked across a number of NHS, independent and private sector services, including specialist Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services and Adult Community Mental Health Teams. Emma has experience working with adults, children, couples and families experiencing a wide variety of challenges.

Emma is registered with the Health and Care Professionals Council (HCPC). She is also registered with Bristol City Council as a preferred provider for Therapeutic Services accessible through the Adoption Support Fund. Emma is registered as an approved provider with AVIVA, AXA PPP & PruHealth and Vitality Health.

Areas of Specialist Experience

Dr Emma Vines has worked across a number of NHS, independent and private sector services, including specialist Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services and Adult Community Mental Health Teams. Emma has experience working with adults, children, couples and families experiencing a wide variety of challenges.

Emma is registered with the Health and Care Professionals Council (HCPC). She is also registered with Bristol City Council as a preferred provider for Therapeutic Services accessible through the Adoption Support Fund. Emma is registered as an approved provider with AVIVA, AXA PPP & PruHealth and Vitality Health.

Therapeutic Approach

Emma takes a collaborative and empathic approach to supporting individuals and families with the difficulties and challenges that they face. Developing a shared understanding of those challenges that helps individuals and families make sense of their experiences and assisting them to daw on and develop skills for coping are important parts of Emma’s work. She draws on a range of evidence based approaches in her therapeutic work including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Family and Systemic approaches and Attachment-focused approaches. Emma employs a range of creative and play-based skills when working with younger children, alongside consultation with parents.