Liz Barkham


ADHD 360 Liz Barkham

Liz Barkham



  • BSc in Psychology & Criminology

    University of Lincolnshire & Humberside


  • MSc in Forensic Psychology

    The Manchester Metropolitan University


  • Forensic Psychology (Stage 2)

    The British Psychological Society


  • Chartered Member of the Society (CPsychol)

    The British Psychological Society


  • MSc in Occupational Psychology

    University of Leicester


  • Associate Fellow of the Society (AFBPsS)

    The British Psychological Society


About Me

Since 2011, I have immersed myself in the field of neurodiversity, focusing on providing comprehensive post-diagnosis support and helping individuals navigate their work environments through reasonable adjustments. My expertise lies in empowering people to thrive in their professional lives while effectively managing their ADHD.

I am a member of the British Psychological Society (BPS), Association of Business Psychologists (ABP), and the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).

My career highlights include establishing and leading a community mental health treatment service, becoming a Consultant grade Psychologist, and achieving dual qualification status as both a Forensic and Occupational Psychologist.

I am currently undertaking a professional doctorate in Occupational Psychology and engage in regular CPD.

The best part of my job is being able to hear a person's story and help them understand themselves better.

I have previously contributed to publications on topics such as the forensic aspects of autism and Asperger's syndrome. I have also been a contributing author to educational resources in psychology.

Beyond my professional life, I serve as a school governor with responsibility for Special Educational Needs and Safeguarding. I also have a small craft hobby, where I create items inspired by well-being and positivity. And of course, my family keeps me busy and fulfilled when I'm not working.