Dr Morrow qualified as a HCPC registered Clinical Psychologist in 2019 and has ten years of clinical experience within the NHS. During this time, she has worked with a range of clinical populations across various care settings, such as secure forensic mental health services, eating disorder inpatient units, and specialised community mental health teams for older adults and those with learning disabilities.
Dr Morrow has developed specialist skills when assessing individuals with presentations that may be considered complex, including those with learning disabilities, neurodevelopmental conditions like autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and presentations arising from complex trauma and / or forensic histories. Dr Morrow adopts an integrative and individualised approach to assessment and intervention, drawing from a range of theories and therapeutic models to enable the best outcomes for service users.
Dr Morrow currently holds a Senior Clinical Psychologist role within the community learning disability team (CLDT) in Leeds. She has also recently developed her professional practice in an independent capacity as an associate practitioner, whereby she offers an expert witness service to the family courts which involves conducting specialised assessments, including those of cognition and capacity.
Areas of specialism
- Intellectual / Learning Disability
- ASD / ADHD
- Complex Trauma
Courts or Tribunals: Family Court, Occupational Health
Age groups: Adult
Psychological Specialisms: Learning Difficulties, Mental Capacity, Trauma and PTSD