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Dr Fergus Gracey

Dr Fergus Gracey is our lead clinical psychologist seconded to new service for children, the Cambridge Centre for Paediatric Neuropsychological Rehabilitation (see web button on the left of this screen).

Dr Fergus Gracey is one of the Clinical Psychologists at the Oliver Zangwill Centre, with a particular interest in group and individual interventions for emotional consequences of acquired brain injury. Fergus trained at the University of East Anglia, and has been working at the Centre for over 9 years,  and is currently also working part time as a practioner researcher in the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough CLAHRC. His particular interests include team functioning and the process of rehabilitation, and theoretical and clinical aspects of cognitive therapy in the context of brain injury. Fergusís interests are reflected in his teaching activity, running workshops for both the programme of courses at the Centre, as well as for other agencies.

26 September 2012