Dr Emma Reynolds currently works in private practice and in the NHS as a Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist. In her NHS role, she is the lead in managing and developing neuropsychology rehabilitation services for patients across a number of London boroughs including Hammersmith & Fulham, Westminster, and Kensington & Chelsea.
She has been a Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist employed by the NHS since 2002. She has extensive experience of working with individuals who have psychological and neurological conditions. Including assessment of patients with acquired brain injury and neurological conditions. This includes but is not limited to traumatic brain injury, stroke, brain tumour, neuro-degenerative disorder and epilepsy.
Dr Reynolds is experienced in carrying out medico legal work and receives instructions from claimants (75%) and defendants (25%). She conducts neuropsychological assessments of cognitive and emotional functioning by clinical interview, psychometric testing and review of records.
She has completed the Cardiff University Law School Bond Solon Civil Expert Certificate (CUBS) and is a member of the Expert Witness Institute. Individuals are typically seen for the assessment within 2 weeks. The report takes approximately 2 to 4 weeks to prepare after the appointment. Urgent assessments and reports can usually be accommodated within a shorter time frame on request.
Areas of Expertise (Adults and Older Adults)
• Acquired brain injury (e.g. following road traffic accidents, assaults, stroke)
• Alcohol and drug abuse
• Multiple Sclerosis
• Parkinson’s Disease/Huntington’s Disease
• Mental capacity and fitness to plead assessments
• Neuropsychiatric conditions
• Mental health disorders e.g. anxiety, depression, PTSD
Cardiff University Law School Bond Solon Civil Expert Certification (CUBS) Qualification in Clinical Neuropsychology (QiCN) Specialist Register of Clinical Neuropsychologists (SRCN) Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Neuropsychology (PgDip, Distinction), University of Glasgow Doctor of Clinical Psychology (DClinPsy.), Royal Holloway, University of London Bachelor of Science in Psychology (BSc. Hons; 2:1), University College London