Dr. Tania Fox
Tania is an experienced Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist who has specialised in neurodiversity including diagnosis and intervention work with children, young people and their families. This includes using both cognitive and behavioural assessment tools, adapted cognitive behavioural therapy, Person centred, and systemic approaches and coaching and consultancy models of work.
Tania worked for the NHS as a Clinical Neuropsychologist until 2019. Since then she has worked in a specialist school for children and young people with ASD and in a specialist Autism Service within the Charity Sector. Tania has worked as a Clinical Psychologist for the last 24 years.
Tania was herself diagnosed with dyslexia when she was 14 years old, which enables her to have a unique perspective when thinking about the importance of understanding neurodiversity for an individual, their family and those involved in their everyday care, as well as the impact this can have on their well-being and mental health.
Tania took her undergraduate degree at the University of Leeds, where she also studied for her MSC in Clinical Psychology. She has also worked in other fields, including Research Administration and Business Management, providing her with a wide range of experience that helps to inform her work. Prior to qualifying as a Clinical Psychologist Tania also completed Research Master degrees at the University of Birmingham (in child psychology) and the University of Huddersfield (Management Psychology) and post qualifying as a Clinical Psychologist, Tania completed a Masters in Clinical Neuropsychology alongside her work in a NHS Child Development Centre.
Tania is registered with the British Psychological Society, Division of Neuropsychology (BPS 2083919755) and the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC PYL05853)