Jenny Sloneem

Dr Jenny Sloneem is a Higher Specialist Clinical Psychologist. She began working in the Neurodisability Service at Great Ormond Street Hospital in 2013 whilst managing a CAMHS learning disability service in North West London.

She is now lead psychologist and joint clinical coordinator for the Sturge Weber Clinic, a multidisciplinary service providing specialist assessment and treatment of children with Sturge Weber Syndrome, a rare neurocutaneous disorder associated with epilepsy. She remains part of the Developmental Vision Clinic (DVC) clinical team and is also the psychologist for the Developmental and Augmentative Communication Service (DaACS)

Specialisms

  • Sturge Weber Syndrome and other rare neurocutaneous disorders
  • Cognitive, neuropsychological and behavioural assessment of children with complex neurodisability
  • Developmental assessment of children with visual impairment
  • Assessment and diagnosis of children with complex neurodevelopmental disorders, including social communication/autism spectrum disorders, ADHD and intellectual disability
  • Assessment and management of challenging behaviour and mental health difficulties in children with intellectual disability
  • Cornelia de Lange Syndrome and Smith Magenis Syndrome

Qualifications and training

  • Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London)  
  • PhD (Psychology, University of Birmingham) 
  • BSc (University of Birmingham)

Membership of professional bodies

  • Chartered Clinical Psychologist (British Psychological Society, BPS) CPsychol
  • Registered Practitioner Psychologist, Health & Care Professionals Council 
  • BPS Division of Clinical Psychology
    • Faculty for Children, Young People and their Families
    • Faculty for People with Intellectual Disabilities
    • Child Learning Disability Network
  • Association of Adolescent and Child Mental Health (ACAMH)

Contact

Sturge Weber and Neurocutaneous Disorders Clinic administrator
Telephone: 020 7405 9200 extension 1144 

Developmental Vision clinic administrator
Telephone: 020 7405 9200 extension 1142

Developmental and Augmentative Communication Service
Telephone 020 7405 9200 extension 1144