RA Psychology Limited

CompanyNo.: 09723396

VAT Registered

Copyright 2019

Dr Rob Agnew
CPsychol, CSci, AFBPsS,
Director RA Psychology
Consultant Clinical Psychologist
Expert Witness
Ms Carly Day
Consultant Occupational Therapist

Dr Rob Agnew is a chartered scientist and consultant clinical psychologist who has worked in the NHS, private and charitable sectors. He is the director of RA Psychology and uses his experience in psychological assessment and treatment of people with cognitive, emotional and behavioural dysfunction for the courts, NHS, insurance companies, case managers and schools. Rob has held a number of lead and managerial positions and developed a number of services in autism, mental health and neurorehabilitation for the NHS, charitable and private sectors. Rob holds registration with the HCPC, membership of BABICM and is an associate fellow of the BPS. 

Carly is a highly skilled, Occupational Therapy clinician with over 20 years experience of working in adult mental health, learning disability and autism services in the public, private and voluntary sectors. This has included inpatient, rehabilitation, secure, forensic, residential and supported accommodation settings, predominantly with individuals with complex needs.

She specialises in recovery and rehabilitation (including vocational rehabilitation), relapse prevention and social inclusion and is an innovative and person-centred therapist.

Dr Rob Agnew
CPsychol, CSci, AFBPsS,
Director RA Psychology
Consultant Clinical Psychologist
Expert Witness
Ms Carly Day
Consultant Occupational Therapist

Dr Rob Agnew is a chartered scientist and consultant clinical psychologist who has worked in the NHS, private and charitable sectors. He is the director of RA Psychology and uses his experience in psychological assessment and treatment of people with cognitive, emotional and behavioural dysfunction for the courts, NHS, insurance companies, case managers and schools. Rob has held a number of lead and managerial positions and developed a number of services in autism, mental health and neurorehabilitation for the NHS, charitable and private sectors. Rob holds registration with the HCPC, membership of BABICM and is an associate fellow of the BPS. 

Carly is a highly skilled, Occupational Therapy clinician with over 20 years experience of working in adult mental health, learning disability and autism services in the public, private and voluntary sectors. This has included inpatient, rehabilitation, secure, forensic, residential and supported accommodation settings, predominantly with individuals with complex needs.

She specialises in recovery and rehabilitation (including vocational rehabilitation), relapse prevention and social inclusion and is an innovative and person-centred therapist.

Stephanie Ford
Counselling Psychologist

Stephanie Ford is a counselling psychologist who has specific experience in neurodevelopmental conditions with adults and children. She also has particular expertise in trauma and modified psychotherapy for individuals with an array of complex presentations. 

Dr Rob Agnew
CPsychol, CSci, AFBPsS,
Director RA Psychology
Consultant Clinical Psychologist
Expert Witness
Ms Carly Day
Consultant Occupational Therapist

Dr Rob Agnew is a chartered scientist and consultant clinical psychologist who has worked in the NHS, private and charitable sectors. He is the director of RA Psychology and uses his experience in psychological assessment and treatment of people with cognitive, emotional and behavioural dysfunction for the courts, NHS, insurance companies, case managers and schools. Rob has held a number of lead and managerial positions and developed a number of services in autism, mental health and neurorehabilitation for the NHS, charitable and private sectors. Rob holds registration with the HCPC, membership of BABICM and is an associate fellow of the BPS. 

Carly is a highly skilled, Occupational Therapy clinician with over 20 years experience of working in adult mental health, learning disability and autism services in the public, private and voluntary sectors. This has included inpatient, rehabilitation, secure, forensic, residential and supported accommodation settings, predominantly with individuals with complex needs.

She specialises in recovery and rehabilitation (including vocational rehabilitation), relapse prevention and social inclusion and is an innovative and person-centred therapist.

Stephanie Ford
Counselling Psychologist
Archie Chimanayi
Founder/Director ADHD Care
Advanced Nurse Practitioner
www.adhdcare.co.uk

Stephanie Ford is a counselling psychologist who has specific experience in neurodevelopmental conditions with adults and children. She also has particular expertise in trauma and modified psychotherapy for individuals with an array of complex presentations. 

Archie Chimanayi has extensive experience of working in both child and adolescent and adult mental health settings.

He have had a vast amount of CAMHS experience working in both in-patient and community mental health settings and contributed to the provision of services to meet the needs of children and young people through delivery of a broad range of CAMHS evidence-based individual and family tier 3 level interventions using psychological, psychodynamic, behavioural and functional performance approaches.

Archie acquired an accredited Level 2 qualification in British Sign Language during his 4 year career working with deaf children who had severe mental health, behavioural and emotional difficulties.

Archie has substantive experience of working with children and young people with diverse needs such as emotional and attachment issues, post-traumatic stress disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and behavioural difficulties such as Conduct Disorder and Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD).

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