Hannah is a Clinical Psychologist, who completed her training at the University of Liverpool in 2018. Hannah works clinically in neurodevelopmental services based in Chester https://axia-asd.co.uk/meet-the-team/ - primarily offering assessments of Autism and ADHD, and psychological therapy for neurodiverse individuals. Hannah also has extensive clinical experience working with people with a learning disability/intellectual disability in the NHS.
Hannah feels privileged to be able to offer research supervision to NSPC students. Her key areas of research and clinical interest are Intellectual Disability, Autism, ADHD, attachment, trauma, and adapting psychological therapies for neurodevelopmental differences. Qualitative research methods are a key interest, and her doctoral research was a grounded theory study. Research papers:
Williamson, H., & Meddings, S. (2018). Exploring family members' experiences of the Assessment and Treatment Unit supporting their relative. British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 46(4), 233-240.Doctoral thesis: Williamson, H., Bennett, K., Flood, A., & Chadwick, D. Resilience amongst People with Intellectual Disability and their Care Systems - https://livrepository.liverpool.ac.uk/3027391/1/201148691_Sep2018.pdf