Dr Tracey Jackson - BSc (Hons); DClinPsych; CPsychol
Dr Tracey Jackson
Hugh Koch Associates, Ground Floor, Festival House, Jessop Avenue, Cheltenham
Telephone: 01242 263 715
Fax: 01242 528 299
Email: team3@hughkochassociates.co.uk

Website: www.hughkochassociates.co.uk

TITLE: BSc (Hons); DClinPsych; CPsychol

Dr Tracey Jackson
 
Ground Floor South Wing, Festival House, Jessop Avenue, Cheltenham, GL50 3SH
Telephone: 01242 263 715       Fax: 01242 528 299
 
NAME: Dr Tracey Jackson -  BSc (Hons); DClinPsych; CPsychol
 
 
PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS:
 
Doctor of Clinical Psychology – University of Birmingham (2003)
BSc Psychology (Hons) – Staffordshire University (1997)
 
 
EMPLOYMENT HISTORY:
Principal Clinical Psychologist –Dudley and Walsall Mental Health Partnership Trust now Dudley MBC
Honorary Tutor – Birmingham University
Principal Clinical Psychologist –at Dudley and Walsall Mental Health Partnership Trust
Principal Clinical Psychologist –Sandwell Mental Health
Highly Specialist Clinical Psychologist –Sandwell Mental Health
Assistant Psychologist – North London Forensic Service
Assistant Psychologist – Manchester Children’s Hospital
 
May 2011 - Present
 
 
March 2006 – Present
 
May 2008 – May 2011
 
 
June 2007 – May 2008
 
October 2005 – June 2007
 
August 1999 – August 2000
 
November 1997 – August 1999
 
TYPICAL AREAS OF INVOLVEMENT:
 
1)      Personal Injury (Adults and Children); PTSD; Anxiety Disorders; Depression; Road Accident; Effects of Automatism in Traffic Situations; Work Accident; Housing Stress; Chronic Pain
2)      Employment Cases
 
 
PROFESSIONAL BODIES:
British Psychological Society – Chartered Psychologist (membership number: 87214)
Division of Clinical Psychology – Full Member
Registered practitioner with the Health and Care Professions Council (registration number: PYL06712)
 
 
PUBLICATIONS:
 
Poulton, K; Holmes, J; Hever, T; Trumper, A; Fitzpatrick, H; McGuffin, P; Owen, M; Worthington, J; Ollier, W; Harrington, R and Thapar, A (1998)“A Molecular Genetic Study of Hyperkinetic Disorder/Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder” [Abstract] in American Journal of Medical Genetics Vol. 81 No. 6 Pp. 458
 
Holmes, J; Payton, A; Barrett, J; Hever, T; Fitzpatrick, H; Trumper, A; Harrington, R ; McGuffin, P; Owen, M; Ollier, W; Worthington, J; and Thapar, A  (2000)  “Family-based and Case-control Association Studies of the Dopamine D4 Receptor Gene and Dopamine Transporter Gene in Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.” in Molecular Psychiatry Vol. 5, Pp. 523-530
 
Payton, A; Holmes, J; Barrett, J.H; Hever, T; Fitzpatrick, H; Trumper, A.L; Harrington, R; McGuffin, P; O'Donovan, M; Owen, M; Ollier, W; Worthington, J; Thapar, A. (2001)Examining for Association Between Candidate Gene Polymorphisms in the Dopamine Pathway and Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: A Family-Based Study.” In American Journal of Medical Genetics Vol. 105, Pp. 464-470.
 
Holmes, J; Hever, T; Hewitt, L; Ball, C; Taylor, E; Rubia, K; Thapar, A. (2002) “A pilot twin study of psychological measures of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.” in Behaviour Genetics Vol. 32 (6), Pp. 389 – 395
 
Vowles, A; Orchard, L. and Hever T. (2007) “Setting up a postnatal community support group in Tipton, West Midlands”in Clinical Psychology Forum Vol. 172 No. 4. Pp. 9-12
 

CLINICS:
 
Dr Tracey Jackson provides reports for both Claimant and Defendant lawyers and insurers including joint instructions. Clients are typically seen within 4-6 weeks of instruction.
 
For more information please visit www.hughkochassociates.co.uk
 

CLINIC LOCATIONS:
Birmingham, Hereford, West Bromwich and Worcester.

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