Tel: 020 7188 2718
Area of expertise: health psychology
Heather Rawle, BA, MSc, DClinPsych, PGDipNeuropsych, joined our haematology health psychology service (HPS) in 2002. She is primarily responsible for the neuropsychological aspects of the service.
Along with the rest of the health psychology team, Heather also provides psychological support for adults with blood disorders.
She teaches on doctorate clinical psychology and MSc health psychology courses; contributes to teaching on communication and motivational interviewing skills for health care professionals; and supervises psychology trainees.
Heather helps to run the British Psychology Society Special Interest Group in sickle cell and thalassaemia.
- Cognitive behaviour therapy, solution focused therapy and motivational interviewing for adults with physical health conditions
- Psychological impact of haematological disorders
Psychological and neuropsychological aspects of haematological disorders.
Education and training
- Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Clinical Neuropsychology, Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London
- Doctorate Clinical Psychology, University of Southampton
- MSc Health Psychology, University of Surrey
- BA Hons Psychology, University of Reading