Jo Johnson qualified as a Clinical Psychologist in 1992 and initially worked with people with learning disabilities before moving into the field of Neurology in 1996. She worked as a Neuropsychologist in the NHS for sixteen years. Her last NHS post was as Lead Neuropsychologist in Worthing West Sussex.
Since 2008, she has worked as an independent Clinical Neuropsychologist. Jo runs clinics for individuals and offers workplace training using the acceptance and commitment therapeutic model (ACT), a more recent version of CBT.
In 2018, she was commissioned by Hampshire police to design a bespoke training package to avoid work related burnout. This training won a National award for services to police wellbeing.
In addition to her clinical work, Jo has written a range of family related publications including, “Talking to your kids about MS”, and “Shrinking the Smirch”.
Most recently, she has discovered a passion for creative writing. Her most recent psychological suspense novel ‘Surviving Her’ was published a few weeks ago.
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