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Dr Fraser Morrison

Professional Description:

Consultant Clinical Psychologist/Neuropsychologist

Qualifications:

M.A. (Hons)., D. Clin. Psych., P.g. Dip. Clin. Neuropsych

Address:
London Office, and all correspondence:
Alba Psychology
52 Grosvenor Gardens
Regus Offices
London
SW1W 0AU
Alternate Address:
Glasgow Office:
Alba Psychology
20/23 Woodside Place
HQ Offices
Glasgow
G3 7QF
Area of work:

UK Availabillity with main bases in London and Glasgow

Details

I am a Clinical Psychologist/Neuropsychologist working within the NHS and independent practice. My current practice includes two main clinical areas, brain injury and more general psychological symptoms (including anxiety and depressive disorders). I carry out neuropsychological and psychological assessments, and provide rehabilitation input and psychological treatment.

I have extensive medico-legal experience, within both English and Scottish courts. I complete around 50 medico-legal instructions per month.

Specialist area of expertise is acquired brain injury (e.g. TBI). I am a Chartered Psychologist with the British Psychological Society, of which I am an associate fellow, and am registered with the Health Professions Council.

Assessment appointments available UK wide with main bases in London and Glasgow.

Recent Publications:

MORRISON, F. & PESTELL, S. (2010). The application of cognitive behaviour therapy to individuals with co-morbid depressions and alcohol related brain damage. Clinical Psychology, Jan 2010, 13-20.

Svanberg, Morrison & Cullen (2014). Neuropsychological Assessment of Alcohol Related Cognition. In; Alcohol and the Adult Brain (Current Issues in Neuropsychology). Svanberg et al. (2014). Psychology Press; Routledge.

Training

Doctorate in Clinical Psychology; P.g. Dip. Clinical Neuropsychology; M.A. (Hons). Psychology

Membership

British Psychological Society; Health & Care Professions Council

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