Elizabeth Boyd Headshot HKA

Dr Elizabeth BoydBSc (Hons). MSc AFP, D.Clin.Psych. CPsychol.

  • Areas Covered:
  • Bath
  • Bristol
  • Weston-super-Mare
  • Medical Negligence
  • Personal Injury Assessment (Psychological)

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Typical areas of involvement

  • Personal Injury (Adults and Children)
  • PTSD
  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Depression
  • Road Accident
  • Effects of Automatism in Traffic Situations
  • Work Accident
  • Housing Stress
  • Chronic Pain
  • Employment Cases

Employment History

2014 - Current

Priory Group: Complex Need and Multiple Physical and Mental Health

  • 2014 - Current

    Hugh Koch Associates: Expert Witness

    Sept 2010-2015

    Lincolnshire Partnership Foundation NHS Trust. Clinical Psychologist.

    Oct 2007-Sept 2010

    Lincolnshire Partnership Foundation NHS Trust. Trainee Clinical Psychologist

    Jan 2007-Oct 2007

    Department of Psychology, University of York Teaching Fellow MSc

    Nov 2005-Jan 2007

    Healthlinc House, Welton, Lincolnshire Assistant Psychologist

    Jan 2005-Jan 2007

    Nottinghamshire NHS Trust, Mental Health Directorate Assistant Psychologist and Forensic Psychologist in training.

Publications

You get hardened to it: Nurses experiences of working with severe and frequent self-injury. Doctoral thesis.

Boyd, E. (2010)

Grief in young children: A Handbook for adults: Book Review. Clinical Psychology Forum,196, 58-58.

Boyd, E, (2009)

  • Review of J. H. Berke et al (Eds.). Beyond madness: Psychosocial interventions in psychosis. Therapeutic Communities, 27(4).

    Boyd, E. (2006)

    Is gender a factor in perceived prison officer competency? Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health, 5(1), 65-74.

    Boyd, E. (2005)

Professional Qualifications

2013

Post Graduate Certificate in Clinical Leadership for Innovative Practice (Distinction)

2012

Supervisory Training And Recognition Accreditation (STAR)

  • 2010

    Doctorate in Clinical Psychology

    2004

    Masters of Science in Applied Forensic Psychology

    1999

    Bachelor of Science (Dual Honours) Psychology and Criminology

Memberships

  • Systemic Practitioner
  • Chartered Psychologist Status
  • HCPC Clinical Psychologist
  • Member - Faculty of Learning Disabilities

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