Dr Beth Kremer-Collins is a Clinical Psychologist who has experience of working in both the UK and China, specialising in anxiety and phobias, depression, self harm, behavioural concerns, grief and loss, eating disorders, feeding problems, toileting problems, ADHD and developmental disorders.
She works with both individual children on their own, with their families and just parents. Beth uses a range of different approaches including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Systemic Therapy and Narrative Therapy.
Training & Experience
Dr Beth Kremer-Collins completed her undergraduate degree at Cambridge University in Social and Political Science and then went on to receive her qualification as a Clinical Psychologist from Exeter University in 2000.
Since then, she has been working in Child and Adolescent mental health services, predominantly in the NHS but also for the last 5 years in Shanghai, China. Throughout these years, Beth has worked with children and their families with the full range of presenting problems including anxiety and phobias, depression, self harm, behavioural concerns, grief and loss, eating disorders, feeding problems, toileting problems, ADHD and developmental disorders.
From working in China, Beth has experience in working with many Chinese as well as other international families and has an interest in working with cross-cultural families who are moving around the world.
She holds experience in running groups, most recently with parents of children who have self harmed.
She also currently volunteers at Slough Refuge Support.