Over the past 2 and a half years, I have had the pleasure of periodically working alongside inspiring staff and service users at Cerebral Palsy Scotland on a number of pieces of work, to consider how psychologically informed practices can further help in promoting overall wellbeing.
I qualified as a Doctor of Clinical Psychology, at the University of Glasgow, in 2001. Before this I studied Applied Psychology at Liverpool John Moores University, where I obtained a BSc (Hons). Since qualifying, I have worked with individuals across the lifespan, specialising in working with children, young people and their families. I currently hold the Clinical Tutor position supporting the University of Glasgow in the Doctoral Training programme for Clinical Psychology. I divide my work roles between NHS and independent practice and have a particular keenness in considering the strengths of multiagency collaborations for the benefit of service users.