Dr Sarah Mundy
Sarah joined Psychology Associates in 2013 and is a Clinical Director and Lead for Child and Family Services, this includes overseeing Child and Family Therapy and Adoption and Fostering work undertaken by the company. Sarah has a particular interest in supporting children (and the systems around them) cope with complex difficulties resulting from trauma and abuse and has expertise in working with children in care and children who have been adopted. Before joining Psychology Associates, Sarah previously managed a team in the public health sector which supported children in the care setting. Sarah manages our Ofsted Registered Adoption Support Service.
Dr Molly Bodinetz
Molly joined Psychology Associates in 2016 as the Lead for Adoption and Fostering. Molly specialises in working with adopted children and their families as well as children who are in care or whom are at risk of going into care. Molly has extensive experience with supporting adoptive families, foster carers and the professionals involved in their support and care. Before joining Psychology Associates, Molly was a Specialist Clinical Psychologist within the NHS, working in specialist CAMHS services in London. Molly has a wealth of experience in training and supervising professionals who work with families and children within the care system.
Dr Kerry Davison
Kerry is our Lead for Clinical Development and has been at Psychology Associates since 2013. Kerry previously worked within a CAMHS team and NHS services. Kerry specialises in therapeutic intervention with children, parents and families. As Clinical Lead for Clinical Development, Kerry ensures that Psychology Associates is evolving clinically across all platforms by supervising and providing consultation with our other employed clinical professionals. Kerry also facilitates Training to various delegates, including; adoptive and foster parents, local authorities and residential homes and supervises other trainers at Psychology Associates.
Dr Emma Corrigan
Emma joined Psychology Associates in 2017 and is our Clinical Lead for Schools, Colleges and Services for Education leading our multi-disciplinary education team. Emma has extensive experience of working with families, schools and education providers to support children and young people in their educational progress, wellbeing and achievement. Emma has special interests in supporting mental health and developmental trauma and provides assessment, coaching, training and supervision across educational settings. Before joining Psychology Associates, Emma previously worked for a Local Authority Educational Psychology Service and has experience of undertaking statutory assessments and facilitating person-centred approaches to strengthen young people’s participation and inclusion.