Dr Daniel Weisberg, CPsychol
BSc, PhD, PGCert, ClinPsyD
Weisberg, D.P., & Beck, S.R. (2010). Children’s thinking about their own and others’ regret and relief. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 106, 184-191.
Weisberg, D.P., & Beck, S.R. (2012). The development of children's regret and relief. Cognition & Emotion, 26(5), 820-835.
Weisberg, D.P. (2013). Children’s thinking about regret and relief (Doctoral Thesis)
Beck, S.R., Weisberg, D.P., Burns, P., & Riggs, K.J. (2014). Conditional reasoning and emotional experience: a review of the development of counterfactual thinking. Studia Logica, 102(4), 673-689.
Weisberg., D. (2015). The International Parenting Survey: Child, Parent and Family Experiences in the UK (Doctoral Thesis)
Wittkowski, A., Garrett, C., Calam, R., & Weisberg, D.P. (2017). Self-Report Measures of Parental Self-Efficacy: A Systematic Review of the Current Literature. Journal of Child and Family Studies, Online First.
Jenni has worked in the NHS since 2003 and as a Clinical Psychologist since 2011. She specialises in child and adolescent mental health and works with a wide range of emotional and behavioural difficulties, and with children and young people with autism spectrum conditions.
Post-qualification Jenni worked within Newcastle Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust and as part of her role was lead author on a systematic review about self-reported quality of life of young children with congenital health conditions.
Jenni has 5 years experience working within Manchester NHS Foundation Trust in CAMHS. As part of this service she also works with children with learning disabilities. Jenni offers evening and weekend clinics as part of CAYP Psychology.
Jenni completed her undergraduate psychology degree at the University of Northumbria (2002) and gained an upper second class degree. As an Assistant Psychologist Jenni was part of a child mental health research programme and was involved in several research publications. She also worked as an Assistant Psychologist at Booth Hall Children's Hospital. Jenni completed her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Newcastle University (2011). She was awarded a Postgraduate Diploma in Evidence Based Psychological Therapies - Cognitive Behavioral Therapy by the University of Manchester (2017).
Dr Jenni Jardine, CPsychol
BSc (Hons), DClinPsy, PGDipCogTher
Psychology (BSc with Honours); The University of Birmingham
Doctor of Philosophy, Cognitive Development (PhD); The University of Birmingham
Advanced Practice Interventions for Mental Health, Primary Care Pathway (PGCert); The University of Manchester
Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (ClinPsyD); The University of Manchester
Psychology (BSc with Honours); The University of Northumbria
Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (DClinPsy); University of Newcastle
Postgraduate Diploma in Evidence Based Psychological Therapies for Children & Young People: Cognitive Behaviour Pathway (PGDipCogTher); The University of Manchester
Daniel has worked for NHS services for over six years. He has experience of working within mental health services for adults, people with learning disabilities and older adults experiencing dementia. The majority of his experience is with children, adolescents and young people experiencing health, social, emotional and psychological difficulties. Post-qualification, he worked within Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust for Children's Psychological Services. He is currently employed by Central Manchester NHS Foundation Trust and works within the Paediatric Psychosocial Department. Daniel runs evening and weekend clinics as part of CAYP Psychology.
Daniel obtained an upper second class undergraduate psychology degree at the University of Birmingham (2007) and completed his PhD investigating children's understanding and experience of regret and relief (2011). During his PhD, he published work in international peer-reviewed academic journals. Daniel worked as a Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner for the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) rollout (2012). Daniel went on to complete his doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the University of Manchester (2015), with specialist placements across Manchester and the North West, whilst developing a specialist interest in paediatric neuropsychology.
Daniel has previously served as the co-editor of the Developmental Psychology Forum, the newsletter of the British Psychological Society's Developmental Psychology Section
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Registered Practitioner Psychologist and member of the Health Care and Professionals Council (HCPC, PYL32317)
Chartered Psychologist status within the British Psychological Society
Registered member of the newly formed Association of Clinical Psychologists