Dr Jenny Limond – Director

Dr Jenny Limond is a Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist and a Chartered and Registered Clinical Psychologist. She is a full member of the British Psychological Society's Division of Neuropsychology (DoN) and is on the Specialist Register of Clinical Neuropsychologists.

Jenny has worked in a range of private and NHS settings including services for traumatic brain injury, neuro-oncology and epilepsy surgery. Jenny now works as a private practitioner and is both Clinical Director and Managing Director of CoRal Psychology Ltd. Jenny is currently the Honorary Treasurer for the DoN and DoN Scotland and represents the Scottish division on the DoN Policy Unit.

Jenny is also the Neuropsychology Chair for the Quality of Survival Group for the International Society of Paediatric Oncology (SIOP - Europe) CNS division and is involved in developing neuropsychology protocols for international clinical trials.

Jenny is also involved in a range of research activities. As a post-doctoral research fellow Jenny investigated different learning paradigms in developmental amnesia. She has then gone on to review the research field of paediatric neuropsychological rehabilitation, and audit regional services for acquired brain injury. Jenny is currently collaborating with colleagues in the UK, USA and Europe researching potential interventions for children with acquired brain injury. Additional research interests include interventions for the psychosocial and cognitive sequelae of paediatric tumours and premature birth.

HCPC Registration number PYL23823

Dr Magnus Cormack – Director

Dr Magnus Cormack is a Chartered and Registered Consultant Clinical Psychologist with additional training and expertise in the field of neurodevelopmental disorders, in particular the challenging behaviours and adjustment issues that can be associated with conditions such as Autism, Asperger’s syndrome and ADHD. Dr Cormack has worked as a clinical psychologist for the NHS since 2000. Magnus is registered as a Clinical Psychologist with the Health and Care Professions Council.

Magnus is committed to training and development and has extensive teaching commitments. He is particularly interested in organisational development and trouble-shooting, especially in relation to meeting the needs of individuals whose behaviour challenges services. He has research interests across family adjustment, positive behaviour support and training.

HCPC Registration number PYL05263

Dr Liz Lee

Dr Liz Lee is a Chartered and Registered Clinical Psychologist, who has worked in paediatric neuropsychology services since qualifying as a Clinical Psychologist in 2006. She has also worked in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services within an NHS setting for a number of years.

Liz is currently completing the post-doctral Qualification in Clinical Neuropsychology, having fulfilled the requirements of 2 years full time supervised neuropsychology practice in 2011 and having completed the Post Graduate Diploma in Clinical Paediatric  Neuropsychology. As well as working for Coral Psychology Ltd, Liz works in a paediatric psychology service within congenital heart services in Leicester and has a special interest in the neuropsychologcal outcomes of chronic health conditions.

HCPC Registration number PYL16482

Additional Staff

The team are all provided with regular training and clinical supervision and are required to conform to the British Psychological Society’s regulations and code of conduct.

In some cases, professionals from other disciplines such as occupational therapy or speech and language therapy may be recruited to provide additional input or services for individuals with specific needs in these areas.

We are committed to working in multi-disciplinary teams for complex cases, but are able to provide stand-alone provision when appropriate.

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CoRal Psychology
Queensgate House
48 Queen Street

Tel: 07904 119 086


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