​​Mary obtained her doctorate in Clinical Psychology degree from Lancaster University in 2010 and
went on to specialise in Neuropsychology, completing the British Psychological Society's
Qualification in Clinical Neuropsychology in 2016. She has a particular interest in Stroke and
Parkinson's disease, and specialises in neuropsychological assessment in a range of neurological
conditions. In addition, she has experience of conducting medico-legal assessments. Mary offers
individual assessment and intervention to adults, couples, carers and families, as well as rehabilitation interventions based on the results of neuropsychological testing. She offers therapeutic interventions on adjustment to neurological deficits and managing behaviours which other find challenging. In addition, she has extensive experience in working with staff, family and teams, and training and consultation. 

To discuss individual referrals directly with Mary, please email:
mary.delaney@burypsychology.com

DR. mary delaney, BSC, D.CLIN.PSYCH, pgdip, C.PSYCHOL., QiCN.

Rebecca obtained her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Lancaster University in 2010 and following
this, went on to specialise in adult mental health services. She has a particular interest in assessing and
working with people's experience of trauma, personality difficulties, often referred to as personality
disorder, and suicidal ideation. Rebecca offers individual and indirect therapy around psychological
wellbeing such as anxiety, low mood and anger. She delivers therapy from numerous
approaches, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) and Mentalization Based Therapy (MBT) informed work, amongst other approaches. In addition, Rebecca is experienced at delivering consultation and training to individuals, groups and organisations, and can provide medico-legal assessments.

To discuss individual referrals directly with Rebecca, please email:
rebecca.brockhouse@burypsychology.com


Aneela obtained her Clinical Psychology doctorate degree from Lancaster University in 2010
and went on to specialise in child clinical psychology. She has a particular interest in assessing issues
of race and culture and continues to conduct research into this area. Aneela is fluent in Punjabi and
Urdu and is able to conduct assessment in these languages. She also has expertise in the
assessment of relationships within the family, psychological wellbeing of children & young people,
cognitive functioning in children & young people, attachment relationships, assessment of cultural factors, conducting parenting assessments, assessment of systemic issues such as functioning within the school environment, and medico-legal assessments. Aneela offers expertise in delivering individualised interventions to children, young people and families, as well as parenting interventions based on ‘Positive Parenting’ and ‘The Incredible Years’, and therapeutic interventions on understanding and managing difficult attachment patterns in home and school environments.

To discuss individual referrals directly with Aneela, please email:
aneela.pilkington@burypsychology.com


Melanie has over 14 years working within the NHS and more recently within the independent

sector. Since qualifying as a Clinical Psychologist in 2010, Melanie has specialised in

Neuropsychology. She has experience of providing specialist neuropsychological input to service users

and their families/carers, from acute inpatient to community settings, providing neuropsychological

assessment, formulation and intervention with clients with a wide range of diagnoses, including

TBI/ABI (traumatic/acquired brain injury), dementia and other long-term neurodegenerative and health conditions. Melanie has experience in providing specialist psychological therapy for emotional problems associated with neurological and physical health conditions. She works using an integrative approach, drawing on evidenced based models of therapy.

Her interests include neuro-rehabilitation for acquired and traumatic brain injury, cognitive assessment, return to work assessments, psychological therapy for PTSD, work-related stress, depression and anxiety.  


To discuss individual referrals directly with Melanie, please email:

melanie.keeling@burypsychology.com

​​​​DR. ANEELA PILKINGTON, BSC, MSC, D.CLIN.PSYCH.

DR. REBECCA BROCKHOUSE, BSC, MSC, D.CLIN.PSYCH.


DR. MELANIE Booth, BSC, MSC, D.CLIN.PSYCH, PGDIP clin neuropsych.

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