Dr Terri Brown

BSc (Hons) DClinPsychTB

Clinical Psychologist

I have over 10 years’ experience working with children, adolescents, families, and adults with a range of mental health and neurodevelopmental conditions.  Since qualifying as a Clinical Psychologist I have chosen to specialise in working with children and young people as I believe if the right support is given at a young age it can make a big difference to the rest of an individual’s life.

I have worked as part of NHS and private sector services assessing and diagnosing ASC and am passionate about ensuring that young people have access to timely, good quality assessments which help their families and schools put in place the right support at the right time.  Deciding to have an assessment for ASC is a big decision and I like to work closely with families to make sure they are clear about what they hope to gain from the assessment so that, whatever the outcome, we can agree recommendations that will meet the needs of the young person and their family.

Qualifications

Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, University of Southampton, 2014

Postgraduate Certificate Social Sciences, The Open University, 2007

BSc (Hons) Psychology, Royal Holloway University of London, 2007

Relevant training

DBT skills training for front-line professionals, British Isles DBT Training, 2017

Compassion-Focussed approaches for Shame-Based PTSD, Charlie Waller Institute, 2017

Advanced skills for working with Complex Trauma, Charlie Waller Institute, 2017

Behavioural Activation, Oxford University, 2017

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Eating Disorders, CREDO Oxford University, 2016

Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy, Sussex Partnership Foundation Trust, 2016

Clinical Psychology Supervision, University of Southampton, 2015

Interpersonal Psychotherapy Level A, University of Surrey, 2015

Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule, 2nd Edition (ADOS-2), Great Ormond Street Hospital, 2014

Professional registration

Registered Practitioner Psychologist, Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC)

Contact details

terri@chats-uk.com