Dr Jacquie HethertonBSc Dip Psych D

  • Areas Covered:
  • Ashford
  • Canterbury
  • London
  • Medical Negligence
  • Personal Injury Assessment (Psychological)

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Typical areas of involvement

  • Personal Injury (Adults and Children)
  • PTSD
  • Child Physical
  • Emotional and Sexual Abuse
  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Road Accident
  • Work Accident
  • Housing Stress
  • Psychological Aspects of Medical Negligence
  • Chronic Pain
  • Reliability of Witness
  • Employers Liability Issues and absence management reporting
  • Criminal Injuries Compensation (Adults and Children including child abuse
  • Assessment and treatment of child accident trauma and anxiety and the effects of child abuse

Employment History

June 2007 - Current

Hugh Koch Associates

  • May 2003 - Current

    Royal Holloway College,
    University of London Lecturer in Clinical Psychology/Clinical Tutor

    March 2003 - March 2005

    Central & NW London Chartered Clinical Psychologist Mental Health Trust

    Nov 2000 - Oct 2002

    Central & NW London Research Clinical Psychologist Mental Health Trust

    Oct 1997 - Oct 2000

    Ealing, Hammersmith & Fulham Mental Health NHS Trust, Hammersmith, London Chartered Clinical Psychologist

Publications

Decisions and Attitudes Concerning Child Sexual Abuse: Does the Gender of the Perpetrator Make a Difference to Child Protection Professionals? International Journal of Child Abuse and Neglect, 22, 1265-1283.

Hetherton, J.P. & Beardsall, L. (1998)

Psychological aspects in vulvar vestibulitis. Journal of Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 26(2), 101-106.

Green J. & Hetherton J. (2005)

  • Heterosexual activity of male prisoners in England and Wales. International Journal of STD and AIDS, 14(4), 248-252.

    Green, J., Hetherton, J., Heuston, J., Whiteley, C. & Maden, A. (2003)

    Same sex sexual activity of male prisoners in England and Wales. International Journal of STD and AIDS, 14(4), 253-257.

    Green, J., Strang, J., Hetherton, J., Heuston, J., Whiteley, C. & Maden, A. (2003)

    Recruitment by GPs during consultations in a randomised controlled trial comparing computerised psychological therapy with clinical psychology and routine care by GPs: problems and possible solutions. Primary Health Care Research and Development, 5, 5-10

    Hetherton, J., Matheson, A. & Robson, M. (2004)

    The dilemma’s in assessing Key Medico-Legal questions concerning Psychological Injuries – Legal and Medical (in press) 27 Nov, 25

    Koch HCH, Hetherton J P & Elliott V (2007)

Professional Qualifications

1997

Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, Birmingham University

1993

BSc Hons in Psychology University College, London

Memberships

  • Division of Clinical Psychology
  • ; Law Society Directory of ExpertWitnesses
  • British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapists

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