Tatton Psychology provides specialist Clinical Psychology services to build positive futures for children and families with emotional, behavioural and social needs. We are based in Knutsford, Cheshire and work throughout North West England.
We deliver an expert bespoke service which embraces the uniqueness of every child and family. As part of this we weave together individual needs with evidence based psychological knowledge and clinical experience.
Tatton Psychology have a strong ethical stance and will only provide services which are deemed within our areas of expertise. Trust and respect are the cornerstones of all the services we provide.
Dr. Becky Quicke
Dr. Becky Quicke is the Clinical Director of Tatton Psychology. She is dedicated to helping improve the lives and future prospects of vulnerable children and their families. Becky founded Tatton Psychology to provide respectful, accessible and flexible Clinical Psychology services for these children and families.
Dr. Quicke is registered with the HCPC and is an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society. She is a member of the BPS Division of Clinical Psychology, the Children’s and Young People faculty and is a committee member for their Independent Practitioner network.
Becky has held specialist posts as a qualified Clinical Psychologist in community based Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) and CAMHS for looked after and adopted children in Manchester, Salford and Staffordshire since 2005. She maintains strong links with these statutory services.
Having worked as a CAMHS Clinical Psychologist located within Local Authority fostering, adoption and residential services, Becky understands the processes, stresses and strengths in these different services and agencies.
Becky draws upon a variety of models, informed by her formal qualifications, training and experience in attachment, cognitive, behavioural and systemic psychological models and therapies. Her accumulative specialist knowledge and understanding underpins her psychological formulations to provide the most appropriate support for children and families.
Becky is approachable, trustworthy and collaborative: she believes the engagement of others is a critical aspect of effecting change.
On a personal level, Becky’s life experiences as the mother of two young children enhances her understanding of children and parenting. This brings a dose of realism into her work with children, young people, families and caregivers.
Full details of Dr. Quicke’s credentials are available for download.
Contact us for a free 20 minute confidential telephone consultation to discuss your needs and how Tatton Psychology can support in creating positive, safe futures for children and young people.
Dr. Becky Quicke is: registered with the HCPC; Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society; Member of BPS Division of Clinical Psychology and the Children and Young People Faculty.