Dr Jennifer Glover
I am a Chartered Clinical Psychologist with 10 years NHS experience. My approach to therapy is friendly, compassionate, client centred, and non-judgemental. I strongly believe that everyone has the right to live an enjoyable and fulfilled life and I see my role as providing the client with the support they need to need to achieve their goals.
My theoretical approach is integrative; drawing upon my training in cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), personal construct psychotherapy (PCP), mindfulness and narrative therapy.
I have also completed specialist training in the diagnostic assessment of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
Throughout my career to date I have gained experience working in a range of settings and with a range of presentations. The predominance of my NHS employment has been within children’s mental health services and acute adult services. Alongside this I have also gained specialist experience in perinatal services, paediatric services and learning disability services.
Glover, J., Liebling, H., Barratt, H., & Goodman, S. (2018). Persistence and Resistance of Harmful Traditional Practices (HTPs) Perpetuated against Girls in Africa and Asia. Journal of International Women’s Studies, 19(2), 44-64.
Glover, J., Liebling, H., Barratt, H., & Goodman, S. (2017). The Psychological and Social Impact of Female Genital Mutilation: A Holistic Conceptual Framework. Journal of International Studies. Vol 10, No 2
Glover, J and Liebling, H. (2017). Reflections on research with survivors of female genital mutilation. Psychology of Women Section Review Vol 19.1
Glover,J., Liebling, H., Goodman, S., & Barratt, H. (2017). Psychological impact of female genital mutilation: Executive Summary: Female Genital Mutilation
Glover, J and Nadany, S. (2016). An evaluation of a Cognitive Behavioural Therapy informed ‘Understanding my Feelings’ Group for adults with intellectual disabilities. The Bulletin of the Faculty of People with Intellectual Disabilities, Vol 14, No. 1
Glover, J and Ashley, A. (2016). A mixed methods evaluation of staff adherence to client non-attendance policy. Psychology of Older People: FPOP Bulletin, No 134
Glover, J. (2014). ‘Clinical Psychology Doctorate Acceptance and Wellbeing’, Clinical Psychology Forum, No 259