PsyD (Clinical Psychology)(Hons)
MA Counselling (HD)
MSc Coaching Psychology (Merit)
MSc Psychology (Cog. Neuro)
PGDip Coaching Supervision
PGDip SPED, SpLD, Dyslexia
BA Psychology (Hons)
British Psychological Society (BPS): Chartered Psychologist (CPsychol)
BPS Psychological Testing Centre: Register of Qualified Test Users and Test Centre Administrators (RQTU)
Australian Psychological Society: Full Member (MAPS)
Hong Kong Association for Counselling and Psychology (HKSCP): Full Member, Reg. Clinical Psychologist: Reg. Counsellor: Reg. Psychometrist
Asia Pacific Association of Addiction Professionals: Senior Add. Counsellor (APAAP-SAC)
Australian Counselling Association: Level 4 (ACA-L4)
Association for Coaching: Full Member and Accredited status (MACAccred)
European Mentoring and Coaching Council: Full Member and Accredited status (MEMCCPractitioner)
International Society for Coaching Psychology: Full Member (MISCP)
Full Membership and Registration BACP (UK)
General Memberships: BABCP (UK), APS (US), APA (US), ACA (US), HKPS (HK), PSHK (HK)
Chartered Clinical Psychologist, Supervisor, Psychometrist
Dr Scarlett Mattoli is a clinical psychologist specialising in work and research in the areas of neurodevelopment (ND) and ND differences throughout the lifespan, family/parenting, and chemical and behavioural dependencies/compulsions. She works with each individual and family to provide a safe haven from which to heal, repair ruptures in emotional life, and emerge with a renewed and whole self as each unique person wishes. She offers the opportunity for letting go of pain and fears as she gently holds the space that each of us needs and deserves in life, but may not always get any other way, to fulfill our authentic self. She incorporates mindfulness and positive psychology practices into her work in an effort to impart simple and effective future prevention measures, empowering each person to take charge of their own future with the realistic expectation that they can carry out effective self-care outside of sessions.
In addition to assessments, dependencies, compulsions, family/systems, and neuropsychological support for all ages, Dr Scarlett works with child, teen, and adult presentations of;
- Stress and its management
- Anger Management
- Bereavement, Grief & Loss
- Transition & Change
- Couples Conflict (Communications, Infidelity, etc)
- Childhood Trauma (Adults)
Dr Scarlett’s experience and qualifications have been gained over the past 25+ years whilst living in the UK, US, Europe and in Asia for the last 17 years. She supports patients from five years old upwards and across the lifespan through psychological evaluations for educational, intellectual, and neuropsychological purposes and with follow on evidence-based interventions such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), DNA-V (ACT for Teens), PlayTherapy, AutPlay, Motivational Interviewing (MI), Solution-Focused Therapy (SFT), Appreciative Inquiry (AI), Transaction Analysis (TA), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Polyvagal Theory (PVT) practices, Neurofeedback, Gottman Couples Therapy Levels I, II, and III + Certification Track, Systemic and Bowenian Family Therapy. Her practice is also informed by specialist certifications in SPED, SpLD, Dyslexia, Positive Parenting, Psychometric Assessments, Careers Counselling, Substance Misuse/Recovery Counselling, Chronic Conditions/Medication Management, and Supervision. She also incorporates positive guidance/parenting and co-parenting practices where appropriate. Dr. Mattoli runs a wide range of workshops and trainings including her proprietary children’s courses on mindfulness and social skills, her proprietary parenting and family courses, as well as evidence-based programmes such as PEERS for schools, teens, and young adults. She is a sought-after speaker and author in her specialist interest and other areas, which are further reflected in her clinical research work on chemical use & behavioural compulsions, family systems, parenting, and ADHD diagnosis and remediation.
Dr. Mattoli volunteers for a range of not-for-profit mental and allied health-based organisations in office-bearing roles and holds lecturer, marker, supervisory, and examiner roles with several institutions of higher education.
Dr Scarlett consults in English and Italian.