Teaching

Honorary Senior Lecturer, University College London (2010 to present)

Sarah is an Honorary Senior Lecturer on the Doctoral Programme in Clinical Psychology at University College London, having previously been employed as a Senior Clinical Tutor on this programme between 1997 and 2009.

Sarah regularly teaches on a number of other University courses in the UK.

SUPERVISION

Supervisor training programme for qualified Clinical Psychologists

Sarah was responsible for developing and coordinating supervisor training for qualified Clinical Psychologists in the North Thames Region between 1997 and 2009. Topics covered included: how to be an effective supervisor; how to teach formulation skills, neuropsychological assessment, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Systemic and Psychodynamic ways of working; gate keeping in supervision; and working with difference & diversity. She also established a peer supervision group for clinical neuropsychologists in the London region which incorporated case supervision and presentations on specialist subjects.

Clinical supervision

Sarah continues to supervise students and qualified clinical psychologists undertaking clinical work. She is a BPS recognised supervisor for psychologists undertaking post qualification training in Clinical Neuropsychology (PFMQ).

Research supervision

Sarah continues to supervise students and qualified clinical psychologists undertaking research.