Dr Gaby Parker – Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist
Dr Parker is our consultant lead for the governance of expert witness services at Allied Neuro Therapy Ltd. As with all aspects of the services provided through ANT Ltd, excellence is our primary objective. ANT Ltd clinicians have been providing expert opinion to the courts for over 14 years and have an impeccable record in providing impartial evidence to the courts. ANT Ltd is widely recognised as a company that ensures experts maintain their duty to provide independent and uninfluenced opinion, and as such regularly receive instructions from claimant and defendant solicitors.
Dr Parker’s strength as our consultant lead for expert witness services is founded upon her commitment to maintaining hands on delivery of clinical services both within the NHS and via private practice in which she holds a small clinical caseload of highly complex patients living with catastrophic brain injuries in community settings.
Dr Parker obtained her Doctoral Qualification in Clinical Psychology from University College London in 2006 and her post-doctoral qualification in Clinical Neuropsychology from the University of Glasgow in 2011. She is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist, appears on the Specialist Register of Clinical Neuropsychologist (SRCN) and the Register of Applied Psychology Practice Supervisors (RAPPS) of the British Psychological Society, and is HCPC registered.
Since qualifying Dr Parker has focused on neuropsychological rehabilitation, particularly complex, interdisciplinary rehabilitation in community settings. She has worked full time in NHS and independent sector services in London and Hertfordshire, and her current NHS post is Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist/Professional Lead for Neuropsychology for Central London Community NHS Trust.
Developing the skills and expertise of others is central to Dr Parker’s ethos. She holds associate lecturer/mentor roles at the University of Hertfordshire and the University of Canterbury, and teaches on both Clinical Psychology and Clinical Neuropsychology doctoral level courses. She is a member of the Mental Capacity Advisory Group to the British Psychological Society (BPS), and is currently engaged in several research projects exploring the psychological and neuropsychological impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Dr Parker’s own practice primarily focuses on provision of expert opinion in the field of neuropsychology and she has received several accolades from barristers for her work. In addition, she is regularly invited to speak at professional development conferences held by law firms. These commendations attest to her value within the medico-legal field as an exemplary expert.