Dr Kutereba qualified as a clinical psychologist in 2015, prior to which she had a psychology career in research, completing her PhD in developmental psychopathology in 2010 (something which informed her work as a television presenter for a ground–breaking psychology programme at the same time).
Since qualifying as a clinical psychologist, Dr Kutereba has continued her interest in developmental psychology working across a range of child and adolescent settings, particularly with those who are in care, on the edge of care or unable to access mainstream schools or mental health services. Dr Kutereba has worked both for NHS and Local Authority services. Currently Dr Kutereba works in an adolescent inpatient unit, completing assessments and interventions with young people with severe mental health issues, many of whom are in care.
Dr Kutereba’s broad experience enables her to complete the full range of assessments pertinent to family/civil
and criminal law.
AREAS OF SPECIALISM
• Care proceedings
• Cognitive assessments
• Impact of parental mental health difficulties on children
• Developmental trauma
• Attachment to parents and siblings and impact of separation
• Assessment of child and adolescent mental health
• Parenting assessments
Courts or Tribunals: Criminal and Offending, Family Court, Immigration and Asylum
Age groups: Adolescent, Adult, Child
Psychological Specialisms: Adult Mental Health Problems, Autistic Spectum Disorder, Behavioural Difficulties, Child Mental Health, Domestic Abuse, Learning Difficulties, Mental Capacity, Parental alienation, School Problems, Trauma and PTSD