Beata Wolf is a registered clinical psychologist with over twenty-seven years of experience. She is CAMHS Children and Adolescent Mental Health Service clinical psychologist in Barnet, Enfield and Haringey NHS Trust, working at Barnet Adolescent Service in London. She is also the senior psychotherapist who practices from 2010 at Allenort Therapy Clinics at Warsaw and the International Clinic in London.
Beata Wolf completed her doctorate (Master of Science) level clinical psychology training at Warsaw University in 1994 and worked in The Institute of Psychiatry and Neurology in Warsaw, and then continued her professional career and development in the area of clinical psychology with children and adolescents, and complex learning disabilities at the Tavistoc and Portman NHS Trust in London. She became a Member of the Polish Psychological Society 2005-2019, British Psychological Society 2007-2010 and was the Member of the Board of Warsaw Circle of Psychoanalysis of New Lacanian School (allies of the World Association of Psychoanalysis) 2016-2020.
She is the Member of Health and Care Professions Council HCPC in UK.
Beata Wolf approach to treatment is eclectic using assessment, consultations, multimodal individual psychotherapy (talking therapy, CBT, DBT, BPT) and family therapy based approach.
Her long experience means she is comfortable working with a wide variety of difficulties and concerns including