Curriculum Vitae

Dr. Gerri Moxon

Highly Specialist Clinical Psychologist

BSc (hons), ClinPsyD   -   HCPC Registered Practitioner Psychologist PYL32266   -   Enhanced DBS Check - Fully Insured

Dr Moxon works across a number of areas including adults and children with specialisms in learning disabilities, forensic, and systemic working.  She has regular experience in completing complex assessments, medico-legal reports, and court reports following instruction from solicitors, case management companies, organisations, and schools.


Dr Moxon is able to assess a wide range of mental health difficulties through the use of psychometric assessments and clinical interview.

Examples of previous instructions include but are not limited to;

    

Capacity

Cognitive Functioning

Relational Difficulties

Family Court Proceedings

Behavioural Issues

Personality Disorders

Mental Health conditions (eg anxiety, depression, PTSD)

Risk of future reoffending including sexual offences

    

We are able to complete assessments at your offices or within the prison service and can provide clinic space in Hull with free parking facilities.

Dr Moxon is also able to complete recommended therapy work including CBT, family therapy, play therapy and longer term therapy options.

Psychological Therapies in Hull and East Yorkshire recognise the importance and value of psychological assessment within the legal field and therefore wish to ensure its accessibility and availability to those in need. 

Education

2011 - 2015 University of Hull ClinPsyD Doctorate of Clinical Psychology
2008 - 2011 University of Hull BSc. (Hons) Psychology
2003 - 2005 Wyke College A Level Qualifications
1997 - 2002 Pocklington Independent School GCSE Qualifications

                                                                                                 

Memberships of Professional Bodies

Health Care Professionals Council       Practitioner Psychologist       Membership No. PYL32266

Research

Unpublished

BSc Dissertation (2011): Are gender differences in reading strategies due to a male preference of rule based strategies?

PsyD Thesis (2015): The use of online Facebook peer support groups by people with CFS/ME: an exploratory study. (Currently working towards publication)

Published

McGeown, S., Johnston, R. & Moxon, G.E. (2013) Towards an understanding of how children read and spell irregular words: the role of nonword and orthographic processing skills. Journal of Research in Reading.

McGeown, S., Medford, E. & Moxon, G.E. (2013) Individual differences in children’s reading and spelling strategies and the skills supporting strategy use.  Learning and Individual Differences.

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