Dr Patrick Halcrow is a qualified Child and Educational Psychologist registered with The Health and Care Professionals Council (HCPC). He has over 7 years of experience working in Local Authorities, delivering psychological services to children, families and educational settings.
Patrick completed professional doctoral training focussed in Child, Community and Educational Psychology from the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation. He is skilled in child development, assessment (0-25), delivering psychotherapeutic interventions, consultation, training and professional supervision. He is experienced in writing psychological reports for statutory purposes and Special Educational Needs and Disability tribunals. He is an AVIGuk accredited Video Interaction Guidance Practitioner and has regularly supported the relationships of children in care or the relationships of children and parents during parenting assessments.
Courts or Tribunals: Adoption or Foster Care, Education, Family Court
Age groups: Adolescent, Child
Psychological Specialisms: ADHD, Autistic Spectum Disorder, Behavioural Difficulties, Child Mental Health, Learning Difficulties, Neurological Disorder, Physical Disabilty, School Problems, Trauma and PTSD, Youth Offending