Dr Ayla Humphrey
Dr Ayla Humphrey is pleased to consider applications from prospective PhD students.
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As Lead Child and Adolescent Psychologist (CPFT) & Affiliated Lecturer in Developmental Psychiatry, I am interested in developing clinical services for children & families. Recent service initiatives include: co-founder of first UK holistic neuropsychological rehab service for children with brain injury (CCPNR, Cambridge Centre for Paediatric Neuropsychological Rehabilitation); a school based screening & early intervention program for reception year children & their families (FAB, Family Happiness and Well-being Project); Cambridgeshire Children & Young People's Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (CYP IAPT) transformation of Cambridgeshire CAMHS; Paediatric Psychology Services Addenbrooke's Hospital; & Gretton School for children with autism spectrum disorder. Current research areas include the FAB project, public health/health economic evaluation of Cambridgeshire CYP IAPT and NIHR, Research for Patient Benefit - "Parents and Young Children under Extreme Stress (PYCES)".
Associated News Items
Humphrey A, Golan O, Wilson B, Sopena S (2010), “Executive Dysfunction and it’s measurement in Children with Asperger’s Disorder” The Autism Spectrum:Research Reviews
Humphrey A (2008), “Treatment of anxiety in children with Asperger’s Disorder” Children’s Anxiety: a contextual approach
Humphrey A (2006), “Children behaving badly – a case of misunderstanding? The development of a CAMHS based child neuropsychology service” The Psychologist
Gracey F, Watson S, McHugh M, Swan A, Humphrey A, Adlam A (2014), “Age at injury, emotional problems and executive functioning in understanding disrupted social relationships following childhood acquired brain injury.” Social Care and Neurodisability 5 (3): 160-170
Humphrey A, Maclean C, Ploubidis GB, Granader Y, Clifford M, Haslop M, Neville BG, Yates JR, Bolton PF, Tuberous Sclerosis 2000 Study Group (2014), “Intellectual development before and after the onset of infantile spasms: A controlled prospective longitudinal study in tuberous sclerosis.” Epilepsia 55(1):108-16 Details
Sullivan JC, Tavassoli T, Armstrong K, Baron-Cohen S, Humphrey A (2014), “Reliability of self, parental, and researcher measurements of head circumference.” Mol Autism 5(1):2 Details
Yates JR, Maclean C, Higgins JN, Humphrey A, le Maréchal K, Clifford M, Carcani-Rathwell I, Sampson JR, Bolton PF, Tuberous Sclerosis 2000 Study Group (2011), “The Tuberous Sclerosis 2000 Study: presentation, initial assessments and implications for diagnosis and management.” Arch Dis Child 96(11):1020-5 Details
Humphrey A.,Golan O.,Wilson B,Sopena S (2010), ““Executive Dysfunction and it’s measurement in Children with Asperger’s Disorder”” In P Rezaie and I Roth (Eds). The Autism Spectrum: Research Reviews. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Humphrey A (2008), “Treatment of anxiety in children with Asperger’s Disorder” In P. Appleton (Ed) (2008). Children’s Anxiety: a contextual approach. London: Routledge Ltd
Humphrey A, Ploubidis GB, Yates JR, Steinberg T, Bolton PF (2008), “The Early Childhood Epilepsy Severity Scale (E-Chess).” Epilepsy Res 79(2-3):139-45 Details
Jeste SS, Sahin M, Bolton P, Ploubidis GB, Humphrey A (2008), “Characterization of autism in young children with tuberous sclerosis complex.” J Child Neurol 23(5):520-5 Details
Owens G, Granader Y, Humphrey A, Baron-Cohen S (2008), “LEGO therapy and the social use of language programme: an evaluation of two social skills interventions for children with high functioning autism and Asperger Syndrome.” J Autism Dev Disord 38(10):1944-57 Details
Raznahan A, Higgins NP, Griffiths PD, Humphrey A, Yates JR, Bolton PF (2007), “Biological markers of intellectual disability in tuberous sclerosis.” Psychol Med 37(9):1293-304 Details
Humphrey A (2006), ““Children behaving badly – a case of misunderstanding? The development of a CAMHS based child neuropsychology service”” The Psychologist, 19 (8): 494-495.
Humphrey A, Neville BG, Clarke A, Bolton PF (2006), “Autistic regression associated with seizure onset in an infant with tuberous sclerosis.” Dev Med Child Neurol 48(7):609-11 Details
de Vries P, Humphrey A, McCartney D, Prather P, Bolton P, Hunt A, TSC Behaviour Consensus Panel (2005), “Consensus clinical guidelines for the assessment of cognitive and behavioural problems in Tuberous Sclerosis.” Eur Child Adolesc Psychiatry 14(4):183-90 Details
Humphrey A, Higgins JN, Yates JR, Bolton PF (2004), “Monozygotic twins with tuberous sclerosis discordant for the severity of developmental deficits.” Neurology 62(5):795-8 Details
Humphrey A, Williams J, Pinto E, Bolton PF (2004), “A prospective longitudinal study of early cognitive development in tuberous sclerosis - a clinic based study.” Eur Child Adolesc Psychiatry 13(3):159-65 Details