Our team are motivated by an overarching goal of improving the quality of life of those suffering from brain injury:
Dr Tara Rado, Neuropsychologist / Psychologist
Dr Rado is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist and the founder of Psychologia Ltd. Tara set up this small and dynamic company in 2011, with the aim of providing specialist neuropsychology provision to people with brain injury and their families. Since she completed her doctoral studies in clinical psychology in 1999, Dr Rado has enjoyed working across many NHS hospitals and community settings as well as hospitals in the private sector, providing neuropsychological services for people with brain injury. She has a background in neuroscience having completed a PhD in psychopharmacology before training to become a clinical psychologist. She is particularly interested in developing innovative ways of working and translating theory into practice to help people with brain injury make the best possible recovery. In addition to clinical practice, Tara enjoys teaching and disseminating her knowledge and research. She has presented at conferences on several occasions and holds an honorary contract with the Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College London where she teaches neuropsychological rehabilitation on the clinical psychology course. She is a member of the International Neuropsychological Society and also an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society.
Dr. Charlotte Mawbey, Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist
Dr Mawbey is a Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist and Chartered Clinical Psychologist. Having completed a Masters degree in Clinical and Cognitive Neuropsychology and Neuroscience before qualifying with a doctorate in Clinical Psychology, Dr Mawbey has pursued her interest in working with clients with neurological and neurodegenerative disorders and injuries.
Dr Mawbey has enjoyed working across a range of acute, inpatient neurorehabilitation and community neurorehabilitation settings. She has particular interests in applying neuropsychological assessment findings to develop tailored cognitive rehabilitation programmes, supporting clients to minimise the impact of cognitive difficulties in everyday life. She has also worked routinely with clients to understand and treat the effects of medically unexplained neurological symptoms, which remains an area of specialist interest for her.
Dr Mawbey is a member of the British Psychological Society, Full Member of the Specialist Division of Neuropsychology and a member of the International Sports Neuropsychology Society.
Dr. Samantha Carter-Allison
Dr Carter-Allison is a Clinical Psychologist who has worked within clinical neuropsychology since completing her doctorate in 2015. Over this time she has worked across a range of inpatient and outpatient settings, focussing on delivering personalised and creative rehabilitation programmes to support people in their recovery and management of neurological disorders. Her work has included roles within highly specialist rehabilitation services for both neurobehavioural and functional neurological disorders, which remain areas of specific interest to her.
Dr Carter-Allison has also remained active in research and teaching, presenting a number of posters at conferences and delivering teaching on neuropsychology and neurorehabilitation at St George’s Medical School.
After many years of working in financial institutions, Luca now overseas operations at Psychologia and manages new referrals, billing and client relations.
Luca also founded The Live In Care Company in January 2017, with the aim of providing clients with the best care experience possible while remaining at home.
The Live In Care Company is now recognised as one of the go-to Live In Care specialists for families and case managers across the UK.
Please go to https://www.theliveincarecompany.co.uk for further information.