Since qualifying as a clinical psychologist Graham hasÂ worked in a number of settings across the whole age range. For example; outpatient paediatric psychological services and adult High Secure Forensic settings, the latter involving those deemed to have Dangerous and Severe Personality Disorder and Severe and Enduring Mental Health difficulties. In relation to clinical neuropsychology, Graham hasÂ worked in an acute inpatient hospital ward and a rehabilitation hospital ward. In addition,Â heÂ has provided outpatient and community based services to those suffering Acquired Brain Injury. Currently, Graham leads a team of neuropsychologists working in inpatient, outpatient and community settings and one psychologist working within integrated primary care.
Graham’s areas of expertise include: acquired brain injury (ABI), expert witness assessments, central nervous system difficulties, mental capacity act assessments, assessment of personality disorder, how the above impacts upon parenting and deprivation of liberty assessments.