About me

 
 
 

I am a psychologist working with children and families in the NHS.  I am also qualified as an educational psychologist and keep contacts with that world through teaching and professional work. 


In psychological therapy I specialise in autism, attachment problems, adoption and trauma but I also work with all other kinds of psychological problem.  I am a personal construct therapist and that philosophy permeates every aspect of my work and style in therapy, consultations, supervision and working with teams. 


For the past 30 years, I have been working with children and their families and teachers.  I started my professional life as a residential social worker and then a special needs teacher in a residential special school for children with significant social, emotional and behavioural difficulties, many of whom had autism and/or ADHD, and/or attachment problems.  In 1989 I  became an educational psychologist in Leicester and then in Coventry.  Since 1997 I have been a clinical psychologist in a busy city CAMHS service.  I am involved in teaching and training about autism and about personal construct psychology.  I am part of the Coventry Constructivist Centre.  I also deliver some of the PCP teaching on the Birmingham University.


Outside work, my husband and I were foster carers for children with difficult behaviour and we have four adopted children. 


Qualifications


I am qualified as a clinical psychologist, an educational psychologist, a Personal Construct Psychology counsellor and a teacher of children with special educational needs.


Training Connector


I have a website to help community professionals to find training more easily.  If you offer training, supervision, coaching or mentoring you can advertise on Training Connector FREE!  You can also find conferences and short courses on the site.  Click the image to visit the site.

 

Heather Moran, Chartered Clinical Psychologist

Member of the PCP Association