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Dr Navreen Singh


About Me

For as long as I can remember I have always been passionate about people. More particularly I have always been curious about human behaviour, our brains and why we think and feel the way we do. My interest led me to study psychology at undergraduate level and from there Clinical Psychology became a natural career to pursue. From my 10 years of experience in the NHS, I have been fortunate enough to work with adults, older adults and children and young people in a range of clinical psychology settings. I initially worked as an Assistant Psychologist in forensic services and adult mental health settings, before completing my doctoral training at the University of Surrey. As well as working at Zababa, I currently work as a Principal Clinical Psychologist in the NHS in an older people’s mental health service, where I have a special interest in in neuropsychology.


I am trained in various evidence-based psychological models including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and Systemic Therapy and work integratively based on what fits best with my client. I work therapeutically with people experiencing a range of difficulties including depression, anxiety, adjustment difficulties, relational difficulties and comorbid physical health difficulties.


I believe that one of the most important aspects in helping people achieve change within clinical psychology is having a therapeutic, safe space for curiosity and exploration. When working collaboratively with clients to understand difficulties, I am particularly interested in thinking about the wider system that we live in, and how factors such as family culture, societal norms, ethnicity, race, gender, class, age and sexuality shape our experiences, and the way in which we view the world and ourselves.


PsychD Clincial Psychology

BSc Psychology

Professional Registrations

HCPC: PYL36237

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