Dr Roberta Babb is a Chartered Psychologist, Registered Clinical Psychologist, Registered Forensic Psychodynamic Psychotherapist, Media Psychologist, Life Coach and Organisational Consultant. She is registered with the HCPC, a chartered member of the BPS (DCP, DFP, and DCP Faculty of Leadership and Management), British Psychoanalytic Council (BPC), and a Principle practitioner with The Association of Business Psychology (ABP).
Dr Babb has a BSc Hons in Psychology, a MSc in Forensic Psychology and a Professional Doctorate in Clinical Psychology. She also has postgraduate diplomas in Clinical Supervision and Consultancy and Organisational Development and Executive Coaching and has completed a four-year training course in forensic psychodynamic. She has also worked in the public sector and private sector, and has worked in the field of psychology for 17 years, having been drawn to it through her curiosity about human behaviours and the thinking and decision-making processes which underpin and influence them.
Dr Babb currently works full time in private practice as a therapist, psychometrist, supervisor, consultant, mentor and trainer. Her specialist interests include adult mental health, forensic clinical psychology and psychotherapy, personality disorder, race and diversity, people and team development, organisational relations and dynamics and media. Dr Babb often contributes to and writes articles on various topics relating to mental health, mental and personal wellbeing and relationships, she has also featured in the BBC programme Sex On The Couch, Murder Mystery and My Family and BBC News.
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Interview with Kerry Hopkins