Dr Victoria ByramBSc DClinPsych CPsychol, Chartered Clinical Psychologist

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

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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
  • Employment Stress
  • Psychological Aspects of Medical Negligence
  • Chronic Pain
  • Reliability of Witness
  • Criminal Injuries Compensation (Adults and Children including Child Abuse)
  • Assessment and Treatment of Child and Adolescent Accident Trauma and Anxiety and the Effects of Child Abuse

Employment History

June 2011 – Current

Associate Clinical Tutor, DClinPsy, Royal Holloway, University of London

  • March 2009 – June 2011

    Deputy Clinical Director, DClinPsy, Royal Holloway, University of London

    September 2004 – March 2009

    Clinical Tutor, DClinPsy, Royal Holloway, University of London

    June 2004 – September 2006

    Senior Clinical Psychologist, CAMHS Team Children’s Centre, Worthing Hospital, West Sussex

    June 2003 – March 2004

    Senior Clinical Psychologist, CAMHS, Middlemore Hospital, Auckland, New Zealand

    November 2000 – February 2003

    Clinical Psychologist, Collingham Gardens In-Patient Child Mental Health Unit, Central North West London Mental Health NHS Trust

    September 1998 – November 2000

    Clinical Psychologist, The Royal Free Hospital NHS Trust, Hampstead, London

    September 1995 – September 1998

    Trainee Clinical Psychologist, UEL

    February 1994 – July 1995

    Assistant Psychologist, South Manchester Community Mental Health Trust

    September 1993 – June 1995

    Research Assistance, Manchester University, Department of Psychiatry

Publications

). Sexual Abuse and Body Image Distortion, Child Abuse and Neglect, 19, 507-510 Halligan, S.L., Sheridan, A., Evangeli, M. and Byram, V.A. Longitudinal Study of Child Sleep in High and Low Risk Families: Relationship to Early Maternal Settling Strategies and Child Psychological Functioning manuscript in preparation

Byram, V., Wagner, H.L. and Waller, G (1995)

). Family Functioning in Adolescent Onset Anorexia Nervosa, British Journal of Psychiatry, 167, 673-678

North, C.D., Gowers, S.G. and Byram, V (1995)

  • Family Functioning and Life Events in the Outcome of Adolescent Anorexia Nervosa, British Journal of Psychiatry, 171, 545-549

    North, C.D., Gowers, S.G. and Byram, V (1997)

    Continuing Bonds after Suicide-Bereavement in Childhood, Death Studies

    Wood, L., Byram, V., Gosling, S. and Stokes, J. (in press)

Professional Qualifications

2009

Family Partnership Facilitator Training, Centre for Parent and Child Support, South London and the Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust

2004-2006

Post-graduate Certificate in Academic Practice in Teaching and Learning, Royal Holloway, University of London

  • 2001-2002

    Child Clinical Neuropsychology Course Parts 1 and 2, BPS

    1998-2000

    Certificate in the theory of systemic practice with couples and families, Institute of Family Therapy, Distinction Birkbeck, London

    1995-1998

    Professional Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, University of East London

    1990-1993

    BSc Psychology Manchester Victoria University

Memberships

  • Member of the Division of Clinical Psychology of the BPS
  • Member of the Association of Child and Adolescent Mental Health
  • External Examiner MSc in Applied Clinical Psychology for Children and Young People for the University of Edinburgh

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