Dr Keay’s is the ADHD clinical lead for a London based NHS Trust.
She has extensive experience in working with the range of child and adolescent mental health problems with a particular interest and expertise in assessment and management of Neurodevelopmental disorders such as ADHD, Autistic spectrum disorders and Tic disorders. She also regularly assesses and treats anxiety, mood disorders, OCD, psychotic and eating disorders.
Dr. Kripalani is our lead Consultant Psychiatrist specialising in adult ADHD, general adult, rehabilitation and early intervention psychiatry.
He has been appointed as Specialist Advisor to the Care Quality Commission and is also a Regional Representative for the General and Community Faculty of the Royal College of Psychiatrists.
Dr. Kripalani is actively at the forefront of psychiatric research in the UK today. He has published research widely on the topic of Adult ADHD.
Dr Morrison is a Counselling Psychologist with many years of experience working both privately and within an NHS multidisciplinary CAMHS team.
She focuses particularly on difficulties around learning and incorporates an educational psychologist’s emphasis on cognitive testing within a broader psychological assessment process tailored to the needs of each individual child.
Dr Ashish Kumar is a leading Consultant Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist based in the North West of England. He specialises in assessment, diagnosis and management of complex developmental disorders, such as ADHD and Autistic Spectrum Disorders across the life span as they present in children, adolescents and adults.
Kiersten is an experienced Occupational Therapist, with over twenty years experience of working with people with disabilities, including learning difficulties, ADHD, and ASD.
As well as case management and Occupational Therapy work with individuals, and families, Kiersten is an experienced ADHD Coach and has also provided mentoring, supervision, support and training to professionals and staff within, and outside of the NHS.
Kiersten initially developed a special interest in ADHD in Adults, as a result of her husband’s diagnosis, and over the years, has become particularly interested in the impact of cognitive differences on individuals’ abilities to participate in activities of daily living.
Rupert Pearson is a professional tutor and mentor for primary, secondary and undergraduate students. Particular interests of his include facilitating learning with ADHD and with related and co-occurring needs, with giftedness, with general organizational and motivational challenges, and with relevant anxieties such as ‘maths anxiety’. Rupert supports all essential study skills, from phonics and scribing to writing essays and timing exams. He continually adds new subject levels and curricula, pedagogies and educational therapies to his practice.
Dr. Shaker-Naeeni has worked with pioneers in the field of psychiatry since 2001. Dr Shaker-Naeeni has expertise in detailed full diagnostic assessment of neuro-developmental disorders including ADHD, ASD, Tics, OCD, and the co-occurring of additional diseases with them including anxiety, mood disorder, psychosis, and substance use.
Tahira Hussain has extensive experience working in the statutory and voluntary sector. She has experience working with families of children with a disability, ADHD, Autism and Dyspraxia.
Tahira offers individual, one to one therapy, group/psychotherapy and delivers a variety of training courses focused on ADHD, mental health and wellbeing.
Baruch Spiegel has been working in the field of Applied Behaviour Analysis for over 15 years, specializing in the development of programmes of intervention and treatment for children with Autism, A.D.H.D, Learning Difficulties, Severe Problem Behaviour and Academic Deficits.
All programmes are designed by analyzing the child’s home, school and natural environments, in order to create the most effective programmes of skill development and on-going support for not only the child but the parents and teachers as well. Baruch has developed a unique range of services that focus on functional and easy-to-follow sequences of training, which include parent training, teacher training, self-management systems, problem behaviour reduction, and academic support.