Our Staff

Introductions to the staff at the COVPCP

Grant Weselby
My interest in PCP begin in the early ‘noughties’, when I was lucky enough to participate in the 4 year ‘Advanced Course’ Diploma in PCP.

Since then PCP has shaped my thinking and practice as a Clinical Psychologist working in adult Community Mental Health Teams. Beyond my work role, PCP has influenced my thinking, experience and approach to life more generally.

I retired from the NHS relatively recently and since then have established a small private practice and my work continues to be shaped by PCP.
Sally Robbins
I am an HCPC registered Clinical Psychologist with full practitioner registration with the Division of Neuropsychology of the British Psychological Society and many years of experience in Personal Construct Psychology.

Having retired from the NHS in 2014, I now specialises in teaching and supervision, and also have a small private practice.

I am particularly experienced in offering therapy to older people. I have a special interest in working with people with dementia and their carers.
Heather Moran
I am qualified as an Educational and Clinical Psychologist and have been using PCP in my daily life and practice since I first came across it early in my career. The wide application of the PCP approach inspired me to complete the Diploma in PCP Counselling and use in my practice as an educational psychologist. I went on to train as a Clinical Psychologist and worked with children and families in the NHS.

I now work part-time in the NHS and have a small private practice for therapy with adults and coaching. 

I make a monthly PCP podcast in an effort to help professionals and individuals to learn about PCP. I also create books and techniques so people can further their own PCP knowledge and practice.
Peter Cummins
I worked within the NHS in a variety of settings, including inpatient admission wards, a regional forensic service, primary care, a couple therapy service and Psychological Services outpatient clinics. I obtained my diploma in Personal Construct Psychotherapy in 1984. I retired from the NHS in 2009 and continued to work part time privately as a Consultant Clinical Psychologist/Psychotherapist. 

Having retired from clinical practice in 2019, I remain registered with UKCP as a clinical supervisor. I teach on the Coventry Constructivist Centre’s Personal Construct Psychology foundation course, and on occasional workshops and study days. I have edited two PCP books, co-edited four and co-written two.
Diane Allen
I am a British Psychological Society chartered counselling psychologist and psychotherapist, HCPC accredited practitioner psychologist and PCP psychotherapist.
I worked in the NHS as a general nurse and a psychiatric nurse before training as a psychologist. When I retired I went into private practice and now I have stopped seeing clients.

I am currently part of a PCP collective involved in training and writing low cost practitioner books for PCP therapists.