Clinical Psychology and Neuropsychology

Clinical Psychology and Neuropsychology

The Clinical Psychology and Neuropsychology Department provides a service for children, young people and adults who have mental health problems as a result of physical health problems, and/or their cognitive functioning has been affected following a trauma or illness.

Clinical Psychologists and Neuropsychologists in the department work in a range of services, including Adult and Paediatric Burns, Adult and Paediatric Cleft Lip and Palate, Adult and Paediatric Cystic Fibrosis, Adult Haematology, Adult and Paediatric Neuropsychology and Rehabilitation, Adult Major Trauma, Paediatric Oncology, Adult Renal and the Adult Medical Outpatient Service (AMOS). There is some limited provision for general Paediatric patients.

Referrals can be made by Consultants/health professionals in the specialties that have Clinical Psychology or Neuropsychology provision, or directly to either AMOS or the general paediatrics service.

List of NUH Specialalities and Clinical Psychology:

NUH Specialties and Clinical Psychology Provision with the Speciality.docx [docx] 31KB

Staff teams at NUH are welcome to contact the Clinical Psychology department for advice, guidance and training to support managers and teams with resilience, staff support and self-care.

Contact Us

The Director of Clinical Psychology & Neuropsychology is Dr Arleta Starza-Smith, Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Consultant Paediatric Neuropsychologist

Contact Us:

Tel: 0115 924 9924 Ext: 86165 (there is an answerphone and this is checked regularly).

Email contact: psychologyadminDONOTREPLY@nuh.nhs.uk

Follow us on Twitter: @ClinPsyNUH

Follow us on Instagram: @ClinPsyNUH

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