Dr Hannah Provan BSc, MSc, DClinPsy
Director and Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Provan is a Director and Senior Clinical Psychologist at the Clinical Psychology Collective. She is HCPC registered.
Hannah has over 10 years of experience working in both NHS and private health care. She has enjoyed gaining experience working across a range of settings including primary care, community mental health teams, older adults/neuropsychology, intellectual disabilities, inpatient and forensic services. Hannah is experienced in working with individuals who present with an array of mental health difficulties including anxiety, low mood, depression, emotion dysregulation (difficulties managing emotions), grief/loss, trauma (PTSD and complex), personality disorder and psychosis.
Alongside her role as a Director and Clinical Psychologist at CPC, Hannah works across 3 forensic services. She delivers a highly specialised psychological service to individuals across the life span who present with complex mental health difficulties, cognitive and/or neurodevelopmental difficulties and offending behaviours. Hannah also supports the teams around the individual through supervision, staff training, consultation and reflective practice groups.
Hannah offers a personalised, compassionate, non-judgemental and transparent approach. She will provide you with a safe space to discuss your difficulties and will support you to set achievable goals. Hannah will work collaboratively with you, helping you to understand and make sense of your experiences and will develop a treatment plan that best suits your needs and difficulties. She will support you in identifying unhelpful coping styles and/or relational patterns that will allow you to make positive changes and achieve improved functioning. Her overarching aim is to support you on your journey to reduce your psychological distress and improve your well-being.
Hannah has an integrated therapeutic approach and will adapt and tailor this to suit your needs and difficulties. The main evidenced-based therapeutic modalities she draws from include but are not limited to: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, trauma approaches and Schema informed Therapy.
Get to Know Dr. Hannah Provan
Training & Courses
Clinical Areas of Interest
University of Edinburgh
University of York
Forensic Risk Assessment
Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (DClinPsy)
Master of Science (MSc ) Applied Forensic Psychology
Bachelor of Science (BSc) Psychology
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Personality Disorders and Psychosis
Trainer and supervisor for stage 1 trauma interventions (Safety and Stabilisation)
Schema informed Therapy and ongoing engagement in Schema reflective practice groups
Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (skills trained)
Facilitator of reflective practice groups across 2 national prisons
Lectured at Glasgow Caledonian University on the undergraduate and master’s courses in Psychology
Good Lives Model for adolescents who harm others
Stress and Distress (dementia intervention)
Cognitive and neuropsychological assessments for forensic populations
My Doctoral thesis was carried out at the Sandyford Gender Identity Clinic, where I gained experience working with clients who have gender identity issues
Generalised Supervision Competencies - NES
Specialist Supervision Training -NES
Emotion dysregulation (i.e. difficulties managing emotions such as anxiety and anger)