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ABOUT DR MICHELLE MARLBOROUGH

Clinical Psychologist (DClinPsy)

Michelle is HCPC registered and works mainly with children and families but is also experienced to work with adults.

Michelle has clinical experience working with adults and children with Learning Disabilities and Autism, children with medical conditions, adults with brain injuries and both children and adults with a range of mental health difficulties, including low mood, anxieties, OCD, hoarding and difficulties related to early life trauma. Michelle is also experienced in diagnosing ASD and learning disabilities for both children and adults.

Before becoming a clinical psychologist Michelle worked in Special Educational Needs for 10 years working with parents and professionals to put together the best education for children with complex needs. This experience has led to the development of the services she provides to schools believing that the right emotional and psychological support for both pupils and teachers is vital.

Qualifications:

DClinPsy - University of Leicester

Foundation Level Systemic Theory and Practice - University of Leicester

MSc Psychological Research - University of Leicester

BSc(hons) Psychology - Lancaster University

Publications:

Marlborough, M.A., Welham, A., Reckless, S., Moss, J. F., (In press) Autism Spectrum Disorder in Females with Fragile X Syndrome and Fragile X Premutation: A Systematic Review and Quantitative Synthesis of Prevalence Data.


Marlborough, M.A., House, E., McCann, U., (In Press) A comparison of two psychology referral and intervention pathways in a Community Team for People with Learning Disabilities- a Service Evaluation.


Dewhurst, S.A., & Marlborough, M. (2003). Memory bias in the recall of pre-exam anxiety: The influence of self-enhancement.Applied Cognitive Psychology, 17, 695-702.

 
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ABOUT SARAH HALLS

Sarah is an Assistant Psychologist who works mainly with children and families but is also experienced in working with adults.

Sarah has clinical experience of working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), children with medical conditions, adults with brain injuries and both children and adults with a range of mental health difficulties including low mood, anxiety and difficulties related to early life trauma. Sarah is also experienced in conducting assessments with both children and adults and associated supporting assessment methods such as school observation. Sarah is experienced in delivering both online and face-to-face therapy.


Qualifications:

MSc Forensic Psychology - University of Lincoln

BSc(Hons) Psychology with Clinical Psychology – University of Lincoln