Dr Mariëtte Henning-Pugh

Teaching Fellow (PsychD) & Principal Clinical Psychologist
BSc (Hons), DMS, PsychD, CPsychol, PGCert.ClinNeuro, FHEA

Academic and research departments

School of Psychology.


Areas of specialism

Clinical Psychology, Neuropsychology, Children and Families, adolescents, trauma, complex trauma, developmental trauma, expert witness, adoption, siblings

University roles and responsibilities

  • Teaching Fellow in Clinical Psychology
  • Specialised Neuropsychology Pathway Lead, PsychD Programme
  • Cognitive Analytic Therapy Lead
  • Head of year, 3rd year trainees

    Affiliations and memberships

    HCPC PYL30827
    Clinical Psychologist
    Association of Cognitive Analytic Therapy (ACAT)
    CAT Practitioner
    British Psychological Society 223110
    Chartered Clinical Psychologist
    Specialist register - Expert witness
    Member of Division of Neuropsychology;
    Member of DCP Faculty for children, young people and families; Crisis, disaster and trauma
    Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy Institute DDPI
    Practitioner becoming certified


    Research interests

    Research collaborations




    Edwards, L., Marshall, L., Haeems, G., Walker, S., Hood, J., Henning-Pugh, M., Csillag, M., Hodges, S., Woodruff, J. (2019) Returning to school a teachers' guide for pupils with brain tumours, during and after treatment (Third edition), The Royal Marsden & Cerebra.

    Henning-Pugh, M. (2018) Adopted children living in trauma survival mode. In Supporting adopted and permanently placed children in school. Gargrave, A., Aspire Adoption Services. 

    Henning-Pugh, M. (2014) Helping four primary school children cope with the long term neurocognitive effects of a brain tumour a case series pilot study investigating the efficacy of a school based cognitive remediation intervention program.