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About Me


I trained as a clinical psychologist at the University of Birmingham. Prior to this, I studied for a Master of Science degree in cognitive neuropsychology, the study of how thinking skills are affected by brain injury or disease, and passed with distinction. I hold a Batchelor of Science with honours degree in psychology and have completed a counselling skills course. I am currently undertaking further specialist training in applied and clinical neuropsychology. 

My career

Having had personal experience of the impact of stroke in a close family member during my teenage years, I became motivated to study psychology at A level. Falling in love with the subject of the relationship between brain, behaviour and emotional well being, I have spent over 20 years studying, researching and practicing psychology. I have held various research and clinical posts  and have published articles in peer reviewed journals related to this field. 

I divide my time between working independently and also for the NHS in a level 1 neurorehabilitation hospital supporting those with the most complex level of need following a brain injury and their families. In addition to working clinically, I also provide teaching to clinical psychology doctorate students in the West Midlands.

Professional memberships

I am a member of the British Psychological Society (BPS), Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC) and the World Federation in NeuroRehabilitation.

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