Dr Suzy O’Connor – Clinical Psychologist
Suzy O’Connor is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist who completed a PhD in Psychology at the University of Strathclyde in 2000 and a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the University of Glasgow in 2003. Since then, Suzy has worked with children, young people and their families and systems across a range of NHS service settings; early intervention, CAMHS, medical paediatrics as well as in private practice. Suzy is trained and experienced in the ADOS 2 assessment method and has extensive training and experience in the delivery of psychological assessments, formulations and interventions with children and young people, including those who have neuro-developmental complexity.
Dr Jill Ogston – Clinical Psychologist
I have always loved working with people with Autism Spectrum Conditions since being a befriender and support worker in a National Autistic Society school. After my professional training I worked as the lead psychologist for Autism Spectrum Conditions in CAMHS within the NHS.
This work has helped me develop an understanding of the importance of individualised, empathic and thorough assessment with families, in addition to personalised support and psychological intervention following the outcome of an assessment. I am excited to be part of the team at Grow providing supportive, individualised care at every step of the assessment and beyond.
I have learned so much from my clients and am privileged to have them share their passions with me. After work, I love being outside and walking, crafting and spending time with my wonderfully busy and chaotic family.
Dr Camilla Dyer – Clinical Psychologist
Camilla Dyer is a Clinical Psychologist and an Associate Clinician of Grow Communication. Camilla completed an M.A.(Hons) in Psychology at the University of Glasgow in 2001 and a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (DClinPsy) at the University of Edinburgh in 2007. Camilla has over 10 years of post-qualification experience working in the NHS in Scotland within Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS), Community Paediatrics and Medical Paediatric Services, as well as in private practice, where she works systemically with children, young people, their siblings and parents.
Camilla has extensive training and experience in psychological assessments, formulations and interventions with children, young people and their families, including those who have neuro-developmental complexity and is passionate about children and young people being accepted, and accepting themselves for who they are.