WIPC | The Team
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The Team

WIPC Partners, Associates and those Affiliated from other organisations

Dr Bryn Williams, Consultant Clinical Psychologist
Partner at WIPC

Dr Bryn Williams is the founder of WIPC, its origins going back to 2001. He is registered to practice in the UK with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and is a member of the British Psychological Society. He holds license with the Ministry of Health in the United Arab Emirates and is also registered to practice in Jersey. Alongside his work with WIPC he has also practised in the NHS, and Health and Social Services for the States of Jersey.

After gaining his BSc (Hons.) in Psychology from Brunel, University of West London he worked as a Research Psychologist at the Institute of Psychiatry, and later gained his PhD. from Institute of Child Health at University College London completing his clinical research at Great Ormond Street Hospital in London. Bryn began his clinical training at Salomons, University College Christ Church Canterbury where he gained a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology and later when working as Clinical Psychologist, completed a MSc. in Paediatric Clinical Neuropsychology from the University of Nottingham.Bryn has undertaken training with Bond Solon and the Law School, University of Cardiff and holds a CUBS qualification as an expert witness.  He has completed levels one and two of training in Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy (DDP) and is trained in the Solihull Approach.

Bryn also works in the United Arab Emirates providing a range of consultation services and education. He offers a broad education and training programme in the Middle East, specialising in ‘inclusion’, psychological well-being and neurodevelopmental disorders.

In 2014 Bryn led a team of health, education and social care practitioners in editing a book for Jordans Publications titled ‘Understanding and Assessing a parents capacity to change within the timescales of the child’. Bryn lives in Oxfordshire with his wife and children (and quite often in the UAE).

Dr Emma Peart, Clinical Psychologist
Partner at WIPC

Dr Emma Peart is a Partner with WIPC. She is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist with an interest in attachment and adaptation to risk and danger across the life span. Emma holds a Bachelors degree in Psychology and a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (University of Surrey). She is registered to practice as a Clinical Psychologist with the Health Professionals Council and Chartered by the British Psychological Society. Emma works with children, young people and adults and has a special interest in child and family mental health and child protection, using psychological theory and practice to enable parents to provide adequate parenting experiences for their children.

Prior to joining WIPC and leading on our attachment based assessments, Emma was employed in the NHS in and then employed as a Clinical Psychologist for the Assessment and Intervention Team in Guernsey, Channel Islands. She has experience in the psychological assessment of children, young people and adults for the purposes of understanding their development and psychological well-being. She has completed specialist training in the area of both adult and child patterns of attachment with particular knowledge and experience of assessing how this applies to parenting capacity with Dr. Patricia Crittenden at the Tavistock Clinic in London.

In 2014 Emma was part of a team of health, education and social care practitioners in editing a book for Jordans Publications titled ‘Understanding and Assessing a parents capacity to change within the timescales of the child’. Emma lives between London and Zurich with her husband and daughter.

Dr Stefan Peart, Clinical Psychologist
Senior Associate

Dr Stefan Peart is a chartered clinical psychologist, with a specialist interest in children, young people and families. He has a Master of Science (MSc Honours) Degree in Applied Psychology, a Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Forensic Psychology and a Practitioner Doctorate of Clinical Psychology (Clin. Psych D.) Stefan is registered to practise as a Clinical Psychologist with the Health & Care Professions Council and Chartered by the British Psychological Society. Stefan has experience in the psychological assessment of children, young people and adults for the purposes of understanding their developmental and psychological wellbeing. He has worked with developmental disorders and a broad range of mental health difficulties across multidisciplinary settings.

The variety in his work has allowed him to develop an eclectic understanding of mental health problems and their development across the lifespan.As well as being a member of the WIPC multidisciplinary team and Court Assessment Team, Stefan also works part of his week as a Clinical Psychologist at a Tier 3 Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) in Barking, Greater London, providing specialist psychological assessments and psychotherapeutic support to a complex and culturally diverse client group.

Dr Joanne Harrison, Clinical Psychologist
Senior Associate

Joanne is a Clinical Psychologist with considerable experience of working with children and young people with mental health difficulties.  She has a special interest in Infant Mental Health and Early Development.

 

WIPC also works in partnership with:

Professor Helen Dent, Consultant Forensic Psychologist

Dr. Adrian Datta, Consultant Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Penny Fogg, Senior Lecturer and Educational Psychologist