Specialist Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) Service

We are thrilled to announce that Northern Clinical Psychology Services (NCPS) has teamed up with The Talking House Ltd (An independent Speech and Language Service) the to provide a brand new and comprehensive Autism diagnostic assessment service.


We have a specilaist ASD team consisting of:

  • Clinical Psychologists
  • A Speech and Language Therapist
  • A Consultant Psychiatrist

All of our team have extensive, specialist training and experience working with neurodevelopmental disorders, including Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD).


Our Lead Clinical Psychologists include:


Dr Sam Edwards 

Dr Robynne Boyd

Dr Claudia Salt


Our Speech and Language Therapist is:


Julie Anstrey


Our Consultant Psychiatrist is:


Dr Mini Pillay


Please click here for details on the ASD Assessment , or click here for details on the Diagnostic Follow-up.



"After a lot of research into private services that offer ASD assessments, I decided to go with NCPS (the most reasonable and friendliest). I have to say that the whole experience was very positive. All the multidisciplinary professionals were extremely compassionate, knowledgeable and reassuring. The way they interacted with my 4-year old during the assessments meant that he actually looked forward to the appointments. I can not rate the service highly enough" Parent of a 4-yeat old boy, June 2019

Northern Clinical Psychology Services


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Jane Guymer
Senior Team Administrator 

0800 622 6266



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