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Sue Copstick appointed as Cygnet’s Neuropsychology Lead

Sue Copstick

We are delighted to announce that Sue Copstick has been appointed as Cygnet’s Neuropsychology Lead. She will also be developing and delivering Neuropsychology provision within two of Cygnet’s newest Neuropsychiatric services; Cygnet Pindar House in Yorkshire and Cygnet Newham House in the North-East.

Sue Copstick is a renowned and respected Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist who previously worked at two neuroscience centres (based in Plymouth and Glasgow), before becoming Clinical Director of an independent Neurorehabilitation provider nearly 7 years ago. Sue is incredibly keen to apply all she has learned to develop a forward thinking and inclusive Neuropsychological Rehabilitation provision as part of Cygnet’s Neuropsychiatric Rehabilitation Pathway.

Uniquely positioned to share her wealth of expertise and experience Sue will remain on the specialist register for Clinical Neuropsychology, and is an elected Fellow of the Division of Neuropsychology UK whilst also remaining as a Senior Lecturer at the University of Glasgow. Sue considers it a privilege to be a member of the executive committee of the Division of Neuropsychology of the British Psychological Society, and is the Scotland representative on that committee.

Sue is excited to have joined Cygnet, “My future will involve providing high quality neuropsychology services for the assessment and rehabilitation services for individuals with functional neurological disorders; also developing neuropsychology services across the Cygnet rehabilitation pathways for rehabilitation of neurodegenerative conditions and neurobehavioral services for acquired brain injuries. I am very excited and pleased to be using evidence based rehabilitation neuropsychology practice to expand and improve services to those with Neurological conditions across the life span with my new colleagues at Cygnet.”

Rachael Chamberlain, Business Development Director for Cygnet’s Neuropsychiatric services comments, “I am delighted to welcome Sue to Cygnet’s Neuro team. She will provide a valuable contribution to the specialist Neuropsychiatric Rehabilitation programmes Cygnet offers for those affected by a brain injury or who have a neurodegenerative condition.”

Welcome and congratulations Sue! We wish you well in your new role.

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