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I am an Associate Fellow psychologist and psychotherapist. After an initial rebellion against higher education from school I discovered the joy of academia as a mature student in my twenties. I developed a love of acquiring knowledge, I found us people fascinating and became passionate about delving into how we work. I have, since starting my first degree, spent a total of fifteen years in formal higher education. Among my qualifications is a PhD in experimental neuropsychology from the University of St Andrews and an MSc in forensic psychology. For the past twenty years I have worked clinically in private practice with people from all walks of life who want to make their lives work better for them. Alongside this I specialised in clinical applications for criminal and family courts. My approach marries a deep understanding of the motivations and needs driving us with neuropsychological knowledge to help each individual formulate an understanding of themselves to effect change.