Our clinical team of Specialist ADHD Consultant Psychiatrists, Coaches and Therapists are highly experienced and offer only the latest evidence-based treatments to ensure that their clients get the help that they need quickly, safely, and effectively. We offer a wide range of effective treatments which are always individually tailored to best suit your specific needs.
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 34 publications in prestigious medical journals, such as the British Journal of Psychiatry. He has published research widely on topics such as Adult ADHD, PTSD and Bipolar Disorder, and he is considered by the medical establishment to be one of the UK’s leading experts in the field of Adult ADHD, PTSD and affective mood disorders such as Depression and Bipolar Disorder.
Lorrine Marer is an experienced ADHD Behaviour Specialist who has been working in the field for over 12 years with clients in this country, the United States and Europe. The motivation behind her decision to follow this career was driven by her own experiences as a parent.
Lorrine trained in all aspects of behavioural and learning difficulties including completing a Cambridge University accredited ADHD Coaching Course.
Lorrine is currently involved in various projects which receive funding from Local Education Authorities, the NHS, Youth Offending Teams and Youth Inclusion Support Panels, as well as the Children’s Fund and the National Lottery.
She trains teachers and learning mentors in schools, runs parenting workshops for charities, a housing trust, foster carers, childcare workers and parenting support groups across the country and in prisons. Her latest project is a possible working group (in collaboration with the government) to improve anti-social behaviour on housing estates.
She has put together a programme of parenting, sibling groups and social skills groups which has won an award for Excellence and Innovation from Basildon (Essex) PCT, nominated for National Housing Federation Award (for innovative work for a Housing Trust) and has been a nominee for the Woman of the Year Awards.
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.
Dr Kumar is the Chair of North Wales and Merseyside Committee of ACAMH (Association of Child and Adolescent Mental Health) and in this role he has organised and chaired many Regional and National conferences. Dr Kumar is also the Academic Secretary of The Faculty of Eating Disorders of The Royal College of Psychiatrists.
Dr Martins-Mourao is a Clinical Psychologist with additional training in Neurophysiology (QEEG and ERPs), Neuropsychology and a Doctorate in Psychology awarded by the Institute of Education, University of London. He is an international pioneer in the research, diagnosis and treatment of ADHD subtypes from QEEG imaging and is clinical director of the London Scientific Neurotherapy Community which is dedicated to ongoing research and study of Neurofeedback as an increasingly strong evidence-based treatment modality for psychiatric conditions such as ADHD.
He also sits at the board of the International Society for Neurofeedback Research – Research Foundation (ISNR-RF), in the US.
Dr Shaker-Naeeni completed his core psychiatry training at The Royal London London & Bart’s Training Scheme. He later specialised in child and adolescent psychiatry under the auspices of University of Cambridge Section of Developmental Psychiatry at The East of England Health Education.
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.
Lynn Arnold is an experienced, qualified psychotherapist/counsellor and supervisor. She has trained extensively in a variety of approaches including psychodynamic, integrative and transpersonal. She is accredited and a registered member of the UKCP. She offers individual, one to one therapy, couples counselling/psychotherapy and sex and relationship therapy. She works with issues of self esteem and confidence building, relationship problems and breakdown, and depression,bereavement, and loss. She has done extra trainings in family therapy,with Relate, art and drama therapy, and has a special interest in creativity and personal development/ growth. She has worked for many years with relationship difficulties or breakdown , infertility / miscarriage and abortion as well as with sexuality and AIDS and disability.
Liz is a consultant clinical psychologist with 30 years experience of working with people with disabilities, including learning disabilities, ADHD and those with autism and Asperger’s Syndrome. This has included 18 years in a professional leadership capacity. As well as her clinical work with individuals and their families and carers, Liz has provided clinical support and supervision, training and consultancy to professionals and staff within the NHS and to external organisations. She has regularly contributed to and advised on service development.
Throughout her career, Liz has supported Doctoral Training Programmes for clinical psychologists through supervision of trainee clinical psychologists and other teaching, training and assessment roles.
Liz has a special interest in autism and the impact of cognitive differences on everyday functioning and behaviour. She is particularly interested in working with individuals and organisations to facilitate knowledge and awareness of autism and to design specific approaches for those working with individuals. Working with staff teams, Liz is often able to help in resolving complex issues concerning the care of people with autism and also in reducing vocational stress.
Tahira Hussain has extensive experience working in the statutory and voluntary sector. She has a 16-year career in social work, mental health, community development, charity and the housing sector as now works on a freelance basis partnering with like-minded agencies.
Qualified as a mental health practitioner she regularly delivers training sessions to organisations across a range of developing awareness topics in this area including mental health awareness, managing mental health, autism and ADHD challenges & support, challenging behaviours, child protection & safeguarding.
Tahira offers individual, one to one therapy, group/psychotherapy and delivers a variety of training courses focused on mental health and wellbeing. She utilises an experiential learning and development approach to ensure client led intervention and client focused decision making.
Working with a range of ages and groups, Tahira works on a one to one basis and in groups to deliver support. She has experience working with families of children with a disability, ADHD, Autism and Dyspraxia.
She also delivers psychological therapies as a school counsellor at Chethams School of Music supporting young people with a range of disorders including depression, worry, anxiety covering issues including bereavement, loss, PTSD, family, relationships, eating disorders, confidence and self-esteem issues using CBT based interventions.
I am a Counselling Psychologist with many years of experience working both privately and within an NHS multidisciplinary CAMHS team. I focus particularly on difficulties around learning and I incorporate an educational psychologist’s emphasis on cognitive testing within a broader psychological assessment process tailored to the needs of each individual child.
In cases of ADHD I find that the Wechsler tests can often help to hone in on a child’s unique learning style, providing an in depth documentation of strengths and weaknesses across a broad spectrum of tasks. Cognitive testing can also give a sense of intellectual potential and facilitate the implementation of targeted support as required.
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 behavior reduction, and academic support.
Baruch’s ethos, as discussed in his best-selling book “Hope & Change – Building a Better Future for our Children’ is one which uses evidence-based and inclusive practices to ensure both impacts for the family’s life, and longevity of success.
I am an experienced Occupational Therapist, with over twenty years experience of working with people with disabilities, including learning difficulties, ADHD, and ASD. This has included 17 years in a professional leadership capacity, where I developed a particular interest in the holistic care, and completed a Master of Science Degree in Action Research in Healthcare.
As well as my case management and Occupational Therapy work with individuals, and families, I have provided mentoring, supervision, support and training to professionals and staff within, and outside of the NHS. I have had ongoing involvement in NHS service development over the years, and have taken the lead on some of those developments, such as the introduction of the Accessibility Standards for Patients with Sensory Loss.
I initially developed a special interest in ADHD in Adults, as a result of my husband’s diagnosis, and over the years, I have become particularly interested in the impact of cognitive differences on individuals’ abilities to participate in activities of daily living.
Dr Rao works as a Senior Consultant Adult Psychiatrist and has over 17 years of experience in psychiatry. Along with Adult psychiatry, he is also trained in Rehabilitation psychiatry. He has breadth of experience in the treatment of various mental disorders especially Affective disorders , Neurotic disorders, ADHD and Treatment Resistant cases. He has been assessing and treating ADHD for a number of years. He was part of the research team at Oxford whilst he was training which looked at optimum maintenance treatment for Bipolar affective disorder.
We also have a number of other professionally trained and licensed psychologists, psychotherapists and life coaches who offer a full range of therapeutic and coaching services. Between them our therapists have expertise in the complete range of holistic treatments for students and adults with ADHD.