Dr Pip Appleton
Pip has worked across a range of services, with a specific focus in the areas of adult mental health, intellectual disability, and Autistic Spectrum Disorder. Pip has a particular interest in mindfulness based therapies. She completed her MBSR mindfulness teacher training qualification in 2014, and her Doctorate of Psychology in 2016, with a focus on the use of mindfulness for people in a caring role. Pip uses mindfulness based approaches alongside other forms of therapy, including EMDR, narrative therapy, and CBT.
Pip is a warm and approachable therapist, who is passionate about empowering clients to discover their own inner resources, and connect more fully with the joys and challenges of being alive.
- Doctorate in Applied Psychology, University of Leicester, 2017
- Mindfulness Teacher Training (Level 1), University of Bangor, 2014
- Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Psychology, University of Otago, 1998
- Master of Arts, Distinction, University of Otago, 1997
- Bachelor of Arts (Hons), University of Otago, 1994
- Registered Clinical Psychologist (NZPB)
- Member of the New Zealand College of Clinical Psychology
- ACC registered health provider