Julianne brings a great deal of experience into the role, having previously worked as a Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist in a number of organisations. She has worked across the private and public sector, assessing and treating people with cognitive, behavioural, emotional and personality difficulties due to acquired brain injury - in residential and community-based settings. Her varied background has ranged from treating patients suffering from a prolonged disorder of consciousness to those who exhibit severe challenging behaviours.
Julianne is a Health and Care Professions Council-registered psychologist and an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society. She will be based at Woodlands in York. She has a strong interest in research and is currently exploring the interplay between types of acquired brain injury rehabilitation and levels of compassion for the self and others amongst staff.