Dr Marta López
Consultant Clinical Psychologist
Patricia de Madariaga
Dr Marta de M López
Chartered Clinical Psychologist
As an avid listener of my ancestors' life stories, my young and curious mind soon became fascinated by the half imagined half truths memories formed in mind by their telling of their experiences. These inspired me to embark on a journey of discovery of human experience that would form the basis of my personal and professional perspectives in life.
Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (DClinPsy)
MSc in Cognitive Neuropsychology
BSc (Hons) Psychology with Computing Science
Chartered Clinical Psychologist (CPsych) with the British Psychological Society (BPS)
Registered Supervisor with the Applied Psychology Practice Supervisors (RAPPS)
Registered Practitioner Psychologist with the Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC)
Patricia de Madariaga
Creative spirit, enthusiastic about seeing the world through design. In love with unknown brands with innovative ideas.
Always in search of new challenges.
Believer in constant personal development.
Master’s Degree (M)² Marketing and e-commerce.
Certificate of Higher Education (HNC) Administration and Finance.
Certificate of Higher Education (HNC) Business Management and Marketing.
Meet our Collaborators
Hi I’m Daisy, I am currently finishing off my psychology degree at the University of Birmingham before heading to the University of Reading to start a masters in clinical psychology. My passion lies in making mental health services accessible to everyone, hence why I enjoy my role at Harmonia so much. My hobbies include going to the gym, trying out new foods and getting my nails done.
A bit about me… my name is Khadijah, and if you’ve seen our Instagram page (@harmoniapsychologysolutions) you’ll know that I enjoy doing mehndi, experimenting with makeup and I also love cats. I have graduated with a BSc Psychology degree from the University of Birmingham and now I hope to gain some practical experience of supporting people with their mental health and helping those who may need extra support with their learning and development. I am unsure of what my future holds for me, but I hope to enjoy the journey! If you are reading this and feel similar about being unsure about your future, I’d like to take this opportunity to remind you that what is meant for you will be yours – wholly enjoy the good things in your life.
Hi, I’m Sophie, I am in my final year of studying Psychology at the University of Birmingham. I have a volunteered at mental health services where I have supported individuals with an array of mental health issues. I am passionate about the clinically meaningful change psychology can bring and hope to pursue a career where I can use this knowledge in the future.
I am in my final year as an UG student studying BSc Psychology at the University of Birmingham. I volunteer with an ABA therapy team to support a severely autistic child and have a range of other completed fundraising and employment experiences. My hobbies include powerlifting, working on projects for my small business, which incorporates resin and acrylic work. Soon, I hope to create a blog, informing the relations between mental wellbeing, cultural dilemmas, and its impact on people’s behaviour.
Leah is a final year Psychology student with aspirations of becoming a Clinical Psychologist. In parallel with her studies, she is also a creative freelance writer.
My name is Madeleine Berry and I am a Psychology student at the University of Birmingham. I love to travel, and I am moving to Australia to study at the University of Melbourne this year, when COVID-19 permits me to. My favourite thing to do is be out in the sun, listening to music, and laughing with my friends.
Your thoughts about us
From start to finish I was treated with empathy, professionalism and everything was well communicated. I received frequent checks on my comprehension of my treatment and also my schedule. I regularly received communication for any changes, or to ensure that I knew how many sessions remained. The facility was calming and comfortable, easy to find and very welcoming. Marta was exceptional, explained very well the processes, the rationale behind them and the intended output/result. Marta allowed me to be very involved with my progress and treatment, but also respected when I felt I needed to stop. Marta helped me get to the crux of my issues in a controlled and supportive environment and provided tools for outside of the facility. I can't thank her enough for everything. I felt that she was very skilled and knowledgeable and this gave me a confidence in the treatment I received, alongside the regular praise and motivation from Marta.