Dr Sarah Bullen BA(Hons), MSc(Hons), PhD, DClinPsych, Reg.HCPC
Sarah completed undergraduate and postgraduate research training in psychology, cognitive science and developmental neuropsychology in Ireland and then went on to complete her Clinical Psychology doctorate at University College London. Since then she has worked in CAMHS, specialist challenging behaviour and neurodisability services within the NHS.

Sarah has extensive experience of providing clinical psychology and neuropsychological services to children with learning disabilities, epilepsy, autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and rare medical conditions. She has specialist experience in managing challenging behavior in the context of learning disability, ASD and/or neurological conditions.

Sarah currently works at Great Ormond Street Hospital in Neurodisability and Social Communication Disorders (High Functioning Autism) services. She continues to be active in research and has published in the fields of child neuropsychology and rare genetic disorders. Sarah is involved in developing support groups for families of children with rare epilepsies and has a special interest in psychological interventions for children with neurodevelopmental conditions affecting their behaviour and emotional wellbeing.