Dr Christina Morberg Pain
BSc (Hons), Psych D., CPsychol.
Chartered Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Christina Morberg Pain is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist who works with individuals with a wide range of difficulties such as low mood and depression, anxiety related difficulties (phobias, panic, generalised anxiety disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, and stress), anger, PTSD and trauma related difficulties. She also has long experience and extensive training in working with individuals with personality disorders, particularly individuals with emotionally unstable personality disorder.
Christina has over 15 years experience of working within different NHS services and has worked in forensic settings, specialised personality disorder services, and adult community mental health teams. In those settings she has worked individually with individuals with diverse and complex mental health and personality difficulties but she also provided group therapy, supervision to other healthcare professionals and consultation and training to staff teams.
The last five years Christina has worked in private practice. She is a certified MBT practitioner and undertook her MBT training at The Anna Freud Centre. She has provided training in MBT for healthcare professionals, and published a Swedish book on MBT theory and practice. She has also undertaken post-graduate training in psychological approaches to risk assessment and management, CBT, and DBT and is currently completing her training in EMDR and use CFT and Narrative Exposure therapy.