Amy McClelland (Msc, BSc, BAHyp)
Amy McClelland MSc, BSc is a Coaching Psychologist who specialises in Individual and Organisational Wellbeing. She completed her BSc in Psychology at the School Of Psychology,Cardiff University, and went on to complete an MSc. in Psychology within the same university; subsequently Amy was elected Chair of the Post Graduate Occupational Psychology Committee with the BPS whilst working at the Welsh Psychotherapy Partnership Cardiff. She is also trained in Hypnotherapy with the British Academy of Hypnosis.
Amy’s main areas of interest include Coaching for Sleep, Weight Loss and Pain Management. In her evidence-based interventions, she uses CBT, Hypnosis and MBCT (Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy).
In addition to working with large organizations (her clients have included Westinghouse, National Grid, JTI International, Renault, Ford and Revlon) Amy has worked extensively on a one-to-one basis. Being supportive, caring and structured are central facets of Amy’s personal coaching style and she will be bringing these qualities to the Cardiff Sleep Clinic.
Amy had an unusual and exciting childhood . She spent her early years living and being educated on a sailing boat with her family. This period of travelling, throughout the Mediterranean, was followed by her being educated in France.
The travel bug is still with her , and she never turns down the opportunity to get on a plane and explore. Expect to hear Amy making references to how practices in other tribes and cultures can also inform health and wellbeing.
Amy McClelland -
- Level A trained member of the British Psychological Society.
- Senior Associate with the Royal Society of Medicine.
- Member of the Hypnosis and Psychosomatic Medicine Section of the Royal Society of Medicine.
- Member of the British Psychological Societies’ Coaching Psychology Working Group.
- Also offers support in French, Spanish and Italian.
Sleep Wales was co-created by Dr Dev Banerjee who we thank for his support and commitment in bringing such vital services to Wales.