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Amy Woodham

BA (Hons), MEd, MSc


Trainee Clinical Psychologist

What I do

I am currently in my second year at the Oxford Institute of Clinical Psychology Training and have recently started my third placement in the Bracknell Older People's Community Mental Health Team. My first year consisted of placements in adult mental health at Psychological Services (The Whiteleaf Centre, Aylesbury) and Children's Psychological Medicine at the John Radcliffe Hospital (Oxford). 

Professional Interests

Prior to training I worked as an Assistant Psychologist in an older adults memory assessment service where I completed neuropsychological assessments, inpatient case formulation, care home observation and co-facilitated Living Well With Dementia and Cognitive Stimulation Therapy groups.

I have also enjoyed working and volunteering in a range of other services including a neurology clinic, acute and rehabilitation stroke wards and community stroke groups, a community brain injury team, social groups for adults with learning disabilities, and a young offenders charity.

My current interests include: recovery approaches in dementia, the face validity of post-stroke mood screening, and the online experience of females with autism.