Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist, Chartered Psychologist (BPS), Registered Practitioner Psychologist (HCPC)
Dr Najma Khan-Bourne first received a BSc (Hons) in Psychology from the University of Leed in 1994. Since then she has continued to develop her expertise and gained an MSc in Human Nutrition from the University of Sheffield, a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the London Institue of Psychiatry and a qualification in Clinical Neuropsychology from the British Psychological Society.
Assistant Fellow, British Psychological Society (BPS)
Entered on Specialist Register of Division of Neuropsychology (BPS)
Full Member of the Division of Neuropsychology (BPS)
Member of Division of Clinical Psychology (BPS)
Member of HCPC
Member of OPSYRIS (Organisation of Psychological Research in Stroke)
Gargalas S, Weeks R, Khan-Bourne N, Shotbolt P, Simblett S, Ashraf L, Doyle C, Bancroft V, David A. (2015) Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry.
Morris RG, Khan-Bourne N. Bioethics and the capacity to consent – A pragmatic approach (2015). Cortex. 2015 Jun 3.
National Clinical Guideline for Stroke (2012), Prepared by the Intercollegiate Stroke Working Party. Fourth edition 2012
Khan-Bourne, N. & Brown, R.G. (2003). Cognitive behaviour therapy for the treatment of depression in individuals with brain injury. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation,13 (1/2), 89-107.
Book and Paper Reviews
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy: A Guide for the Practising Clinician (2002). Gregoris Simos (Ed); Brunner-Routledge, New York: in Behaviour Research and Therapy, 41(2003) 630-631.
Cognitive Psychotherapy Toward a New Millennium: Scientific Foundations and Clinical Practice (2002). T. Scrimali and L. Grimaldi (Eds); Kluwer Academic / Plenum Publishers, New York: in Behaviour Research and Therapy.