Kiki qualified as a clinical psychologist in 1993 from the South East Thames Training course.  Since then she has worked in Bath in a split post (adult and child) which involved establishing an in-patient pain-management course, as well as research on a DH project working with children with life-threatening illness.  She then worked in Huntingdon in a multidisciplinary family consultation centre doing generic and paediatric work on the children's ward and in Kings Lynn in a paediatric post.  Research interests are in health psychology, mainly in the area of paediatric illness.  She has worked in a clinical/research post at Addenbrooke’s Hospital with children with Disorders of Sex Development. She now works in the paediatric oncology department at NNUH.


December 1993-August 1994:Child and Family Therapy Service, St. Aldhelms Hospital, Frome. 
December 1993-to July 1996: Pain Management Psychologist, Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases, Bath.  
September 1994- July 1996: Community Paediatric Psychologist, The Lifetime Project , Royal United Hospital, Bath.
September 1996 to February 2000: Family Consultation Centre, Huntingdon.
December 2001 to Feb 2009: Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King’s Lynn.
February 2009 to September 2011: Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge.
September 2011 to Present: Paediatric Oncology, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
September 1997 to Present: Clinical Lecturer, Department of Psychological Sciences, Norwich Medical School, University of East Anglia. 

Academic Background

1986-1989: BSc (Hons) Psychology (First Class), Bristol
1990-1993: South East Thames Regional Training Scheme, British Psychological Society Diploma in Clinical Psychology

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