Amanda Lurie Clinical Psychology

Coronavirus - COVID-19

On account of my experience in medicine and trauma, which include working as an advisor for NICE on psychological rehabilitation in ICU, I have the expertise to provide psychological therapy and treatment to those who have suffered from COVID-19.

My skill base and experience also allows me to treat the other psychological difficulties that current circumstances have caused and contributed to.

I am currently providing sessions virtually over Zoom and FaceTime or by telephone. I will be resuming face-to-face sessions once the government advice allows.

If you would like to make a booking for a virtual appointment please contact me via email at [email protected] or by phone on 07962921170 and leave a voice message with your name and contact details.


Qualifications

MAPP SCI C Clin Psych, Department of Medicine, Glasgow University (1986-88)

MA Child Clinical Psychology, Specialist Training in Communication and Eating Disorders, Nottingham University (1985-86)


Employment

Clinical Lead, Department of Clinical Health Psychology, Salford Royal Foundation Trust (April 2002 - July 2017)

Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Specialising in General Medicine, ICU and Trauma, Salford Royal Foundation Trust (October 1994 - April 2002)

Clinical Psychologist in Medicine, Charing Cross Hospital, London (1985-1994)


Additional Appointments

Honorary Senior Lecturer, University of Manchester (2010-2017)

Honorary Consultant, Psycho-dermatology, Macclesfield Hospital (2017-present)

Associate Fellow of British Psychological Society (2016 - present)


Registration

Chartered Clinical Psychologist, British Psychological Society (BPS) and Health Care Profession Council (HCPC)

I practise within the professional boundaries of these organisations.


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