Who are we?

Flourish was founded in March 2015 by Dr Louise Langman, clinical psychologist.  Administrative services are lead by Jenna Taylor. Flourish has received support from Dr Julie Davies, child and adolescent clinical psychologist, Dr Charlotte Bolt, clinical psychologist, and Shamsideen Yusuf, Kitty Spencer, Katie Voss, and Kirrilise Hansford, assistant psychologists.  We welcome enquiries from students and graduates in psychology and those seeking work experience in the field of clinical psychology.

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Dr Louise Langman

 

Dr Louise Langman is an HCPC Registered Clinical Psychologist with twenty five years experience of supporting children & adults through psychological difficulties including stress & panic, coping with trauma, low mood, anger management, workplace stress and burnout, relationship difficulties, eating disorders, loss and bereavement, low self-esteem & self-harm & adjustment following significant life events, including serious ill health & disability.

She has worked across community & inpatient settings, in the the UK & USA; within the NHS, private & voluntary sectors & is accredited in a number of therapeutic approaches. By drawing on multiple evidence-based psychological models (Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), mindfulness based cognitive therapy (MBCT), Compassion-focused therapy (CFT), Dialectic Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT), Acceptance & Commitment (ACT), Dr Langman can tailor a bespoke therapy for the individual, couple or family who are seeking to flourish.

Dr Langman also enjoys group facilitation and teaching and can tailor workshops or group programs for your workplace with a focus on health, well-being and mindfulness. 

Dr Langman is an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society, where she has served on various committees.  She is keen to demystify psychology and promote psychological understanding through public engagement events.

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Max Tindall-Jones

 

Max Tindall-Jones graduated from Durham University with a first class degree in Psychology and continued his training with a Masters in Advanced Psychology from Plymouth University. He has an interest in the complex mental health difficulties that young peopleexperience, specifically within the field of neuropsychology. Max is joined Flourish in 2021 as an assistant psychologist to develop his clinical skills in assessment and formulation.  He is also working with Jeremiah's Journey to support families in responding to change and uncertainty. 

Shamsideen

 

Shamsideen Knowlton

Shamsideen Knowlton has a first class degree in Psychology (BSc), DoHE in Mathematics and Fine Arts and a masters degree in Neuroscience (MSc.)  Shamsideen is currently a WIMM prize DPhil candidate at the University of Oxford department of molecular medicine.

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Charlotte Bolt

Dr Charlotte Bolt is a qualified clinical psychologist having completed her doctorate at Plymouth University. Charlotte worked as an assistant psychologist with Dr Langman exploring mindfulness and compassion-based interventions for obesity. Charlotte creatively engages individuals through integrating her passion for music, culture and physical well-being.  She is now based in London.

Kirrilise Hansford

Kirrilise Hansford achieved a first class degree in psychology from the University of Plymouth.  Her interests within psychology are broad including complex mental health issues, paediatric psychology and neuropsychology.  Her experience to date has centred on researching psychological factors affecting general well-being.  In 2019 Kirrilise supported Dr Langman's clinical work and voluntary role within the British Psychological Society.