Dr Helen Newby

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Adapting to COVID19

We hope that sharing successes during the current challenging times will provide continued energy and enthusiasm to all practitioners to further clients’ progress in their rehabilitation journey.   In recent months we have all had to develop and adjust to new ways of working. Thinking creatively about how we continue to engage clients in neuropsychologically based… Read more…

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Newby Psychological Services expansion into Birmingham area with new Associate

Newby Psychological Services have expanded its network of Associates with our new Associate Keith Aherne based in the Birmingham area. This is a new location for Newby Psychological Services and we are very excited to make new acquaintances in the area. Keith qualified as a Clinical Psychologist in September 2014 after having completed his Doctorate… Read more…

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Gavin contributes to Psychological Therapies in Acquired Brain Injury book

Gavin has recently co-authored a chapter on family and systemic therapies in brain injury. The chapter outlines the philosophical underpinnings of systemic theory but also gives very practical suggestions on how to implement family therapy in a variety of settings. Check it out on https://www.taylorfrancis.com/books/e/9780429506796

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New Clinical Neuropsychologist joins the Newby team

We are delighted to welcome Dr Rachael McNulty who is a Clinical Neuropsychologist to our team here at Newby Psychological Services Limited. Rachael has extensive experience in the field of acquired brain injury and neurorehabilitation. Qualifying as a clinical psychologist in 2006, her experience spans a wide array of neurological conditions across different settings (inpatient,… Read more…

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New Family Therapist joins team

We are delighted to introduce David Kenny, Family Therapist to the team of Associates here at Newby Psychological Services. He has extensive experience of working across the lifespan with families affected by mental and physical health difficulties, working collaboratively to promote psychological wellbeing and behavioural changes.  To find out more about David’s experience please visit… Read more…

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Sharing our passion for all things capacity!

We have been very excited today to have the opportunity to share what we do here at Newby Psychological Services with the Private Clients Section of The Law Society at Clarke Willmott solicitors in Manchester. Thank you for having us! It was great to share our passion for all things regarding capacity assessments and our… Read more…

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Newby Psychological attend Brainwaves Conference

Gavin and Helen Newby of Newby Psychological Services attended the Brainwaves Conference in Manchester on Thursday 2ndMay, 2019. Internationally renowned Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist David Manchester was on great form yet again with his excellent day conference on applying Motivational Interviewing to Acquired Brain Injury clients. In an inspiring day, participants learnt how to use the approach… Read more…

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A fabulous Christmas meal for our wonderful Newby team

We had a fantastic Christmas meal with our growing Newby Psychological team at Albert’s in Didsbury recently. It is not very often we are all photographed together! So here we all are!  

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Welcome Róisín Cunningham – another new associate here at Newby Psychological Services

We are delighted to introduce another new associate to the team here at Newby Psychological Services – Dr Róisín Cunningham. Róisín qualified as a clinical psychologist in 2013, following a period working in research into how mental health difficulties are experienced in families. To find out more about Roisin’s experience please visit our ‘Who we are’ page…. Read more…

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New associate Dr Emma Weymouth joins the team

We would like to welcome our new associate Dr Emma Weymouth to the team here at Newby Psychological Services. To find out more about Emma’s experience please visit our ‘Who we are’ page. Emma currently works with patients both privately and in the NHS with acquired brain injury with complex physical and neuropsychological health needs.  

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