Paige Fujiu-Baird is an experienced Clinical Psychologist and Psychotherapist who works with adults and children on an individual, couples or family basis providing therapy for a wide range of difficulties.
She has a BSc (Hons) in Psychology and an MA in Clinical Psychology with Emphasis in Marriage & Family Therapy. She has over 10 years of clinical experience in both the US and UK and is a registered member of Health & Care Professionals Council (HCPC) and the British Psychological Society (BPS).
Whilst in Los Angeles, Paige worked as part of various community mental health teams, working with clients for a range of issues including ADHD, domestic violence, substance abuse, at-risk adolescents, foster care and adoption, military families, relationship issues and trauma. She also ran several therapy group sessions utilising methods like the Positive Parenting Programme (PPP).
Since moving to the UK, Paige has worked with children and families for Barnet Council CAMHS and NHS CAMHS, providing therapies for a srange of social, emotional and behavioural problems such as stress, anxiety, depression, peer issues and family dysfunction. She now works in private practice full time.
Paige draws upon a variety of therapeutic models, including CBT, Systemic and Psychodynamic therapy, to help her clients find the best possible approach for their difficulties. Able to work with clients experiencing a wide range of issues including Depression, OCD, Trauma, PTSD, Anxiety and Self harm, Paige enjoys working with clients from all walks of life and takes great care to communicate effectively with her clients.
Paige is a friendly, hardworking, warm and approachable clinician, with a real passion for finding the best outcomes for everyone she works with. Paige is described by her colleagues as an asset; she actively participates in continual professional development to further her clinical skills and practices.