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)


  • 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


  • 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)


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