​Dr Zoe Webb, BSc, PhD, DClinPsy, is a qualified child and adolescent clinical psychologist with over ten years experience of working with young people and their families, nine of which have been specifically with individuals who are adopted or in local authority care. Having worked previously within a specialist Child and Adolescent Mental Health Team for Looked After Children, Zoe has been working full-time in independent practice since 2015.

Zoe was shortlisted for the 2016 Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust Oscar Award for Outstanding Care and Compassion.


work ethic

"Zoe teaches from the heart…."

Foster Carer

"An excellent provision and service"

Adoptive parent

"Zoe is an excellent professional to

work alongside"

​Residential home manager

"Zoe is a very knowledgeable and engaging facilitator"

Social Worker

"Great job, great training, well

pitched…you made people feel

confident to ask questions.

You're a star!"

Family Support Worker

Zoe firmly believes that the young person needs to remain at the centre of all work that she carries out. She is committed to high standards of professional conduct and confidentiality and will work towards achieving the best outcomes for young people, their families and professionals. She follows ascribed codes of conduct according to her profession and qualifications and is in receipt of an enhanced DBS. She is a registered member of the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and has professional liability insurance.

Zoe is able to work therapeutically with both young people and adults, individually, dyadically or systemically. She is trained in the core therapeutic models used within clinical psychology practice (inc. CBT, systemic, and narrative) and has completed additional training in Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy (DDP; certified practitioner), Theraplay (to level 2), the Dynamic Maturational Model of attachment, The Meaning of the Child, Child Attachment and Play Assessment (CAPA), and EMDR (level 1 & child). She is able to undertake psychological and cognitive assessments with young people; AIM 2 assessments (re. sexually harmful behaviours) and has specialist skills in developing comprehensive psychological formulations for networks that can assist in developing a better understanding of an individual's complex needs and to inform decision-making around their care and healthy psychological well-being.

She has extensive experience of using these skills and knowledge within therapy, consultations, and in training packages, and has undertaken STAR training to deliver supervision to professionals in a range of roles.

Since April 2019, Zoe has shared The Midlands Child & Family Therapy Centre with Children's Sensory Therapy, creating the opportunity for multi-disciplinary, specialist assessments and therapy packages to include sensory integration.