Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, BSc (Hons) Psychology
Jennifer is a Clinical Psychologist who specialises in working with children and adolescents, including those with neurodiversity such as ASD or ADHD. She works with a range of presenting problems including social anxiety, panic, OCD, generalised anxiety and low mood. Jennifer is trained to carry out ASD diagnostic assessment using the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule (ADOS).
Jennifer draws from a wide range of therapeutic approaches, predominantly using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Third Wave CBT approaches. She teaches on the University of Surrey Clinical Psychology Training Programme where she is involved in supervising research into the patient experience of ASD assessment.
British Psychological Society
Division of Clinical Psychology
Health and Care Professions Council
British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies
Training & Experience
Jennifer qualified as a Clinical Psychologist in 2006, having studied at Canterbury Christ Church University. On qualification she worked in Paediatric Audiology at the Royal National Throat Nose & Ear Hospital for 6 years, offering psychological therapy to children with hearing loss and speech and language disorders. She taught at the nearby Ear Institute, contributed book chapters and published research on the psychological well being of cochlear implant users.
She then worked in private practice and since 2014 has worked in the local NHS CAMHS service, specialising in offering CBT, offering a parenting intervention around self-harm, and working with neurodiverse populations.
Jennifer also works as a Teaching Fellow at the University of Surrey, where she is part of the tutoring and teaching team for trainee clinical psychologists.
Two days at University of Surrey
By appointment only