- Victoria Louise Surbala Morgan is Principal Consultant
and Director at PsyCam Psychology Cambridge. She is an experienced,
Oxbridge educated, Clinical and Counselling Psychologist
who has been practising since 1994. She has worked in the NHS, at Addenbrookes
Hospital, Cambridge and The West Suffolk Hospital, Bury St Edmunds.
- In 1997, she started a private practice in Cambridge, which now provides
services across the region of Cambridgeshire, East Anglia and beyond.
- Based in Great Shelford, Cambridge, and now practising as PsyCam
Psychology Cambridge, she has ongoing links with the NHS, local
GP Practices, Consultant Psychiatrists, Cambridge University, local
schools and colleges and various Law Firms, for her medico-legal work.
- BA (Hons) Experimental Psychology Oxford University
- MA Experimental Psychology Oxford University
- MPhil Psychopathology Cambridge University
- BPS Diploma in Clinical Psychology Cambridge University/East
Anglian RHA Training in Clinical Psychology
- BPS Diploma in Counselling Psychology (Statement
- Associate Fellow of the British
Psychological Society (Membership No: 017534)
- Member of BPS Special Group in Coaching Psychology
- Registered Practitioner Member of Health and Professions Council
(Registration No: PYL19440)
Therapeutic approaches offered by PsyCam
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
- Surbala Morgan specialises in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
this is her primary approach.
- This is an evidence based therapy proven to be effective with the
whole range of mental health problems.
Mindfulness Based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Surbala's other influences include Gestalt Psychotherapy and Integrative
- Surbala Morgan also offers Mindfulness Based Cognitive Behavioural
a past research interest and a therapy which she helped to create and
develop in the early 1990s.
- Working with the research team at the Cognition and Brain Sciences
Unit in Cambridge, Surbala ran the first pilot study here, using MBCBT
to reduce relapse rates for people prone to depression. She is one of
the first practitioners qualified to use this approach and trains other
clinicians in mindfulness and MBCBT.
and mindfulness techniques are now widely recognised as effective in
helping people to manage their mental states and overcome psychological
PsyCam is committed to offering quality, evidence-based practice and
empowering people to learn and use for themselves psychological skills,
independent of any therapist/psychologist.