Siobhan Palmer



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Dr Siobhan Palmer is a Clinical Neuropsychologist with special interest in acquired brain injury and complex behaviour, epilepsy, working with families, sleep/ memory interactions and capacity.  She got her first degree in 1999 from University of Reading, before qualifying as a clinical psychologist at the University of Surrey in 2005.  She joined the British Psychological Society Specialist Register of Clinical Neuropsychologists in 2009 after studying at the University of Glasgow.  She has worked in rehabilitation posts at the Oliver Zangwill Centre and with the Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust.  She has led the epilepsy neuropsychological assessment service at St Georges Hospital in London.  She worked for 4 years in community brain injury services in Christchurch, New Zealand.  She is a member of the BPS  register of applied psychology practice supervisors and has an interest in supervision, mentoring and education.  Siobhan joined Queens University in 2022.


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