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Everlief Child Psychology

Everlief Child Psychology

Show Phone NumberGround Floor, Aston House, West Wycombe, Bucks, HP14 3AG
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Opening Hours

Monday09:00 - 19:00
Tuesday09:00 - 18:00
Wednesday09:00 - 19:00
Thursday09:00 - 19:00
Friday09:00 - 17:00

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About Everlief Child Psychology

Everlief Clinics offer a range of clinical psychology services for children and their families


  • Assessments
  • Support for Parents
  • Psychological therapy for under 5s, school-aged children and teenagers
  • Workshop events
  • Services for psychologists

Please do contact us if you are seeking help for yourself or for a child and you cannot find what you are looking for.

What’s it Like at Everlief?

You will receive a warm and friendly welcome when you arrive at Everlief Clinics. Once you have made an initial appointment, we will invite you to come and meet with us for an assessment session. Depending on your concerns about your child, and his or her age, we may not invite your child in the first instance. Older children and teenagers are almost always invited as we would want them to be actively involved in the assessment wherever possible. We may ask to meet your whole family, particularly if we feel that the difficulties are impacting on everybody.

You will all be warmly welcomed in reception. There is tea/coffee/fresh water available, and some toys and books in a comfy waiting area.

When it is time for your appointment, your psychologists will come out and greet you, before inviting you into one of our 3 cosy consulting rooms, which are equipped with toys, paper and colouring pens. Your psychologist will try to put both children and adults at their ease throughout your meeting. In the first appointment they will ask a lot of questions about your family, your child’s strengths, and the difficulties you are facing. They will be interested in parents’, children’s and siblings’ opinions. They will also ask you what you have tried so far, to help. They may ask you to complete a questionnaire. At the end of your assessment appointment the psychologist will sum up his/her understanding of the situation and what they believe may help.

They may recommend a series of therapy sessions, or another course of action. You will receive a written report around 1 week later.

Initial appointments and therapy appointments last one hour. Some follow-up appointments last half an hour

Opening Times

We are open 6 days a week - please check out our brochure page for opening hours and other information. Or drop us a line.

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  • BPS - British Psychological Society (UK) 
  • HCPC - Health and Care Professions Council (UK) 




Parking - Parking to rear of the clinic

Accessible to disabled people

Public transport access - Local bus into West Wycombe

Disabled parking - Parking to rear of the clinic

Patient bathroom

Clinic Services

Home visits - On request

Open weekends

Travel Services

International travel - Call us to discuss your needs and we'll do our best to make your stay perfect

Local accommodation - Call us to discuss your needs and we'll do our best to make your stay perfect

Pick up service from hotel - Call us to discuss your needs and we'll do our best to make your stay perfect

Pick up service from airport - Call us to discuss your needs and we'll do our best to make your stay perfect


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Specialist Assessments

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Giftedness Assessments

Payment Information

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Dr Lucy Russell

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Dr Lucy Russell completed her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Oxford University in 2005.

She has worked in a number of NHS settings prior to, during and since completing her training. After qualifying she worked in Windsor & Maidenhead CAMHS (Child & Adolescent Mental Health Service). Her most recent post was Clinical Lead/Programme Supervisor in Reading MTFC (Multi-dimensional Treatment Foster Care), a therapeutic programme for fostered children with complex emotional and behavioural problems. She left in March 2012 to become one of the founders of Everlief.

Dr Russell is a guest lecturer on the Oxford Doctoral Course in Clinical Psychology at the Oxford Institute of Clinical Psychology Training (University of Oxford).

Dr Russell has special interests in working with under 5s and their parents, anxiety difficulties, and autism.

British psychological Society no: 093870

Health Professions Council Registration no: PYL19945

Show Phone NumberGround Floor, Aston House, West Wycombe, Bucks, HP14 3AG