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TITLE: Dr KBE Addy BSc. MSc. DClinPsych. CPsychol AFBPsS.

Karen Barbara Elizabeth Addy
Clinical Psychologist/Neuropsychologist
BSc, MSc, DClinPsych, CPsychol, AFBPsS.

Education and Training
  1997–2000        Liverpool John Moores University                                  
Bsc Hons Psychology and Biology
1997-2002                   The Open University
Msc Psychology
2002-2005                   The University of Manchester
Doctorate in Clinical Psychology
2008 – 2012        The British Psychological Society
Qualification in Clinical Neuropsychology
2015 – 2017        ACAT North
Pracititioner Training  in Cognitive Analytic Therapy.  
2017                Expert Witness Institute
Expert Witness Certification Programme.
Professional AFFILIATION
  Chartered Clinical Psychologist and Associate Fellow. The British Psychological Society membership number 088425
Registered Clinical Psychologist. Health and Care Professions Council Registration Number PYL01660.
Specialist Register of Clinical Neuropsychologists, Full Member Division of Neuropsychology.  The British Psychological Society.
Register of Applied Psychology Supervisors. The British Psychological Society.
Register of Certified Expert Witnesses. The Expert Witness Institute.
  North Wales Neuropsychology Services Ltd. Clinical Director, Consultant Neuropsychologist. 2015 – Present
Office of the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman. External Clinical Advisor in Clinical Psychology and Neuropsychology. 2017 – Present.
K Addy Ltd. Medico Legal, Court Assessments, Civil Case Reports and Therapy. Clinical Psychologist / Neuropsychologist. 2007 – present.
North Wales NHS Research Ethics Committee West. Expert Member. 2011-present.
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board. North Wales Brain Injury Service. Clinical Neuropsychologist. 2011- 2015
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board. Memory Clinic / Older Adults Mental Health Team. Clinical Psychologist 2005-2011.
South Manchester NHS Trust/The University of Manchester. Trainee Clinical Psychologist - 2002 -2005
North West Wales NHS Trust. Pain/chronic fatigue service. Eryri Hospital, Caernarfon. Assistant Psychologist - 2002-2002
Merseycare NHS Trust. Neurorehabilitation Service Rathbone Hospital. Liverpool. Assistant Psychologist -2001-2002
The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust. Redford Court. Liverpool. Assistant Psychologist. 2000 -2001
  Addy, K.B.E and MacKechnie, S. (2006) The Difficulties Faced by Kinship Carers in Accessing Mental Health Services. A Phenomenological Analysis Approach. Clinical Psychology Forum. April. Edition
Addy, K.B.E. (2007) Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Psychological Consequences and Treatment - A Single Case Study. Clinical Case Studies. 6 (5) 383 - 394
Addy, K.B.E., Shannon, K and Brookfield, K. (2007) Theory of Mind Function, Motor Empathy, Emotional Empathy and Schizophrenia - A Single Case Study. The Journal of Forensic Psychology and Psychiatry. 18 (3) 293 - 307
Addy K.B.E. (2007) Mental Disorders in Older Adults. Clinical Psychology Forum. September edition
Koch, H & Addy K.B.E (2009) Do we all make mistakes? PIBULJ. May Edition.
Elson, P & Addy K.B.E (2009) Getting Back on the Horse isn't always easy - travel nerves and how best to intervene. PIBULJ. November Edition.
Peace, K & Addy K.B.E (2010) Even a minor head injury may have long-term consequences. PIBUJL. December Edition.
Addy K.B.E (2011) Neuropsychological assessment and intervention following perimesencephalic subarachnoid haemorrhage. Clinical Case Studies. 10:3 187-197.
Addy K.B.E & Peace. K (2011) Secondary Gain or a Cry for Help? Legal Medical Magazine 49. 25 – 27.
Addy K.B.E (2012) Dementia Anxiety a Model for Treatment. PSIGE Newsletter April Edition.
Addy K.B.E (2012) This Person Lacks Capacity… For What? Assessment of Capacity in Medico Legal Situations. PIBUJL. January Edition.
Koch HCH, Hampton N, Addy K & De Haro L (2012) More than Skin Deep. The psychological trauma of breast implant removal and retention. New Law Journal 27 144-145.
Koch HCH, Hampton N, Addy K & De Haro L (2012) Psychological aspects of breast implant removal: setting the scene. PIBULJ, January.
Koch HCH, & Addy K (2012) Decision making in Psychological Diagnosis following breast implant removal. The Solicitors Journal, May 2012
Addy K.B.E & Peace K (2012) Because it’s easy vs. because I’m angry.
 Psychological Perspectives on why people sue. Legal Medical Magazine, October 2012.
Addy K.B.E (2013) Medical Negligence - Psychological Perspectives on Why People Pursue Litigation PIBUJL. March edition
Addy K.B.E (2013) Cognitive Assessment following Road Traffic Accident. PIBUJL. February edition.
Addy K.B.E; Koch, H & Beavan-Pearson, J (2013)Don’t Forget Memory Problems: When to Get a Neuropsychological Assessment. Medico Legal Magazine, June/July
Addy, K B E (2013) Factors affecting good functional recovery following traumatic brain injury – implications on future health, well-being and employment status. PIBUJL. October edition.
Addy, K B E (2014) Detection of Deliberate Deception in Medico legal Assessment. Medico Legal Magazine, March/April.
Shannon K & Addy, K B E (2014) Post-Concussion Syndrome and the Role of The Clinical Psychologist. . PIBUJL. June edition.
Addy K.B.E (2015) The Assessment of Mental Capacity in Regard to Choice of Residence – A Holistic Functional Approach. PSIGE Newsletter January Edition.
Addy K.B.E & Carruthers, J (2016) Fear of Appearing Impaired – The Implications of Perceived Communication Difficulties following Acquired Brain Injury. PSIGE newsletter July Edition 
Addy K.B.E (2016) Forensic Neuropsychology; the Differences between Opinion’s for the Court and Clinical Practice. PIBUJL. April Edition.
Addy K.B.E (2016) Managing Emotional Responses To Epilepsy. Presentation to Epliepsy Society North Wales Conference 12th November 2016.
Byrne C., Coetzer R & Addy K.B.E (2017) Investigating the Discrepancy Between Subjective and Objective Cognitive Impairment Following Acquired Brain Injury: The Role of Psychological Affect.. NeuroRehabilitation. In press.
 Addy K, Farrant A, Humphreys K and Potts M. (2017). Assessing Neuropsychological Implications of Trauma. M J Case. 2: S002.

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