Psychology (Clinical Health)

Clinical Health Psychology provides a service to individuals suffering from psychological difficulties related to physical health conditions.

Areas of work include; Stroke, Cancer, Community Neurological Rehabilitation, Acquired Brain Injury, Chronic Pain, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, HIV and Coronary Heart Disease.

Other areas of work include; chronic pain, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, long-term neurological conditions, acquired brain injury, HIV and coronary heart disease. The service sees people whose primary problem is a physical condition and who have psychological difficulties related to that condition. These difficulties may include anxiety/fear, depression, anger, frustration, motivation, adjustment difficulties, problems with cognitive/thinking abilities and behavioural difficulties.

The specialty is committed to promoting an awareness of the role of psychological and social factors in physical health in order to provide the most effective management, treatment and rehabilitation for those Walsall residents who experience these conditions.

Monday to Friday, 8.30am – 6pm

  • Darlaston Health Centre, Pinfold Street, Wednesbury
  • Manor Hospital, Moat Road, Walsall
  • Short Heath Health Centre, Bloxwich Road North, Willenhall
  • Palliative Care Centre, Goscote Lane, Walsall

Service lead

Dr. Dominic Crowley, Consultant Clinical Psychologist
Clinical Health Psychology Service
Darlaston Health Centre (1st Floor)
Pinfold Street
WS10 8SY

01922 270440

Referrals are accepted from GPs, the Stroke Service, Cancer Services, Community Neurological Rehabilitation Team, Pain Clinic and HIV Service.