About Me

About Pam

About Me

Pam Fitzpatrick is a fully qualified Cognitive Behavioural Therapist and is a registered member of the BACP.  Pam is registered with a number of health insurance companies.

Pam graduated from the University of Wales with a Level 7 Post Graduate Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.  Previous to this she studied and obtained 6 years of BACP accredited courses in general psychotherapy before specialising in CBT.

Since graduating in CBT, Pam has gone on to obtain multiple specialist qualifications in chronic health related issues and is fully trained, and specialises, in rehabilitation therapy for Fibromyalgia and CFS/M.E.  She has also attended many professional courses at UCLH in the treatment of BBPV and Inner Ear Disorders and is fully qualified in vestibular rehabilitation, and has also trained in neurological rehabilitation.

Pam is also qualified in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy relating to chronic health conditions.

Pam trained and worked for years within the North Bristol NHS Trust building a robust foundation of experience in general mental health issues alongside chronic pain and fatigue management.

For the past 6 years Pam has been working in the private sector running two clinics, one working with general mental health issues such as anxiety and depression and the other working with chronic health conditions such as Fibromyalgia, CFS/M.E, and Chronic Dizziness.

Pam is also a guest lecturer, training clinical psychologists in the treatment of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, and also trains physiotherapists in management of CFS/M.E.

Pam has been on multiple training courses for the treatment of chronic dizziness through vestibular rehabilitation and for the treatment of BBPV, and as such is one of the only people in the UK that can offer a joint rehabilitation and CBT approach to combating chronic dizziness.

Pam is described as a warm, compassionate, and highly empathetic therapist by her clients.  She has very positive feedback and is dedicated to her client’s positive therapeutic outcomes in both psychological and physical well-being.

Pam works in Cyncoed Consulting Rooms in Cardiff and takes consultant, GP, and private referrals.  She also holds a clinic via Skype enabling her to work with both UK and worldwide based clients.

Prior to working in the healthcare sector, she qualified with an BEng(Hons) from Leeds University and an MSc in Acoustics and Physics and subsequently worked as an Environmental Behavioural Change Strategist before then embarking on her current career path.

Personally, Pam has undergone her own journey of severe CFS/M.E management and recovery which inspired her to make the change in her career.  She is now a very passionate advocate of helping other chronic pain and fatigue sufferers. 

Pam lives in the Vale of Glamorgan and is a mum to 4 daughters.  She enjoys travelling, latin culture, and taking time to explore the countryside.