Dr Robynne Boyd

BSc (hons) DClinPsy

Clinical Psychologist


Based at Pudsey


Dr Robynne Boyd is a Clinical Psychologist and registered as a Practitioner Psychologist with the Health & Care Professions Council (PYL27456).


Robynne  plays an important role within NCPS's specilaist Austism Assessment and Diagnosis Service.   Robynne has extensive experience of providing Autism Spectrum Disorder assessments and diagnosis for children and young people aged 0-19 years as well as interventions to support young people and their families following a diagnosis with for example, specific behaviour/ development concerns or understanding and adjustment to the diagnosis.


Robynne studied at the University of Leeds and graduated with a Psychology degree in 2005. Having worked in the NHS since 2006 she graduated from the University of Sheffield as a Doctor of Clinical Psychology in 2011. Since qualification, Robynne has worked in the field of child and adolescent mental health providing assessment and intervention for children and young people experiencing a range of mental health problems, complex physical health and neurodevelopmental conditions. In this time she has specialised in the area of Autism Spectrum Disorders. 


In addition to working with NCPS, Robynne works part time in the NHS as the lead for Psychology within a multi-disciplinary Paediatric Diabetes Team providing specialist psychological assessment and interventions for young people and their families. Alongside this, she works part time in the independent sector providing psychological assessment and intervention for looked after and adopted children and their carers, with a range of emotional, behavioural and mental health difficulties including attachment difficulties.



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