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Evolve Psychology is an independent psychology and neurodevelopmental practice. Evolve offers Emotional Well-being, Autism, ADHD, child, family and adult assessments. Based in Harrogate, we provide families and individuals with full assessments as recommended by the National Institute of Clinical Excellence.
Our emotional and wellbeing specialism also helps clients (children and adults) by undertaking assessments for a range of difficulties such as depression, anxiety, anger, self-esteem, eating disorders, PTSD and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD).
We also provide expert witness reports for the courts and parole boards in the areas of family law, criminal law, immigration law, prison law and medico-legal cases.
Following its expansion, Evolve can now draw upon the skills of a growing team of Clinical and Forensic psychologists, with backgrounds in Forensic Psychology, Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services, Looked After Children’s Services and Adult Mental Health/ Learning Disability Services.
The team includes Speech and Language Therapists, Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrists, Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) practitioners, and Assistant Psychologists. Please see our Facebook page or website www.evolvepsychology.org for our full range of services and contact details.
Dr Laura Powling
HCPC Registered Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Director
Tel: 01423 637818
Evolve Psychology Services Ltd
At IDAS (Independent Domestic Abuse Services), our workers provide non-judgemental, practical, and emotional support to anyone experiencing domestic abuse. We support over 5000 people a year in York, North Yorkshire, and Barnsley, including providing emergency accommodation. Our helpline is available to anyone and our workers will listen and explain the options available, they will never tell anyone what to do.
If you are concerned that your relationship is abusive, or you are worried about a friend or family member you can call us on 03000 110 110 or visit our Live Chat on our website Monday-Friday 5-7pm www.idas.org.uk.
There is help and hope for people affected by domestic abuse.
How do you know if your relationship has turned abusive? Read our guest blog here to find out more