About Dr mAWBEY

Dr Charlotte Mawbey is a Chartered Consultant Clinical Psychologist who works both privately and in the NHS. Having trained and worked in a range of prestigious academic and medical institutions, Dr Mawbey has enjoyed garnering a wealth of experience working with a broad array of clients, developing clinical expertise in working with a variety of clinical presentations, across a range of settings. During this time, Dr Mawbey developed expertise in the assessment and treatment of a range of difficulties including depression, social anxiety, generalised anxiety, phobias, panic, trauma and so on. 

Dr Mawbey has a specialist interest in working with clients with physical health and neurological conditions, providing both supportive talking therapies to support well-being and adjustment, as well as education, assessment and rehabilitation for the changes that occur following alterations in the brain. 

Dr Mawbey started her career working with clients with Autism Spectrum Disorders, also conducting research within this field. She later went on to earn a Masters of Science degree in Clinical and Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuropsychology from University College London, before training to earn her professional doctorate in Clinical Psychology. Since qualification, Dr Mawbey has shown a dedication to clinical practice, teaching and research in the field of Clinical Neuropsychology, working across both inpatient, acute and community settings with clients with neurological and neurodegenerative disorders and traumatic brain injuries. She is a Full Member of the BPS Division of Neuropsychology. 

Dr Mawbey is the founder of the Sports Neuropsychology Clinic, driven by a passion to provide accessible, impartial, non-judgemental specialist psychoeducation, consultation and information regarding assessment, neurorehabilitation and psychological intervention to athletes who are at risk of head injury and changes in the brain. 

Qualifications and Training

Qualification in Clinical Neuropsychology (QiCN) (In Progress)

British Psychological Society (BPS)

Postgraduate Diploma In Clinical Neuropsychology (PGDip) (In Progress)

University of Bristol

Chartered Clinical Psychologist (CPsychol)
British Psychological Society (BPS)

Doctoral Degree in Clinical Psychology (DClinPsy)

Royal Holloway University London (RHUL)

Masters Degree in Cognitive Neuroscience and Cognitive Neuropsychology (MSc)

University College London (UCL)

Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology with Honours (First Class BSc, Hons)

City University, London

Professional Membership

British Psychological Society (BPS)

Chartered Clinical Psychologist

Full Member of the Division of Neuropsychology

Member of the Division of Clinical Psychology

Health Care Professions Council (HCPC)

Practitioner Psychologist

Sports Neuropsychology Society

Accredited as a Full Member of the society

Clinical Background

Dr Mawbey is a Chartered Consultant Clinical Psychologist, with gold standard training in the assessment and treatment of mental health difficulties.


Having trained at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, beyond qualification, Dr Mawbey has enjoyed working both in the NHS and privately with clients with neurologial disorders or injuries and is an expert in neuropsychological assessment and rehabilitation.​ Dr Mawbey now enjoys working as a Consultant Neuropsychologist within a Harley St neuropsychology clinic and leadership positions in the NHS.


Dr Mawbey has worked in acute inpatient, rehabilitation inpatient, outpatient and community-based settings. She has worked in various centres of National and International excellence, including the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Queen Square, within the University College London Hospital Trust, Great Ormond Street, South London and Maudsley NHS Trust, in conjunction with the Institute of Psychiatry.

Dr Mawbey spent the early part of her career providing neuro-specialist psychological input at Charing Cross Hospital and Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, Imperial Healthcare. This work included diagnostic neuropsychological assessment for the Memory Clinic as well as outpatient neuropsychological assessment. Inpatient responsibilities including provision of neuropsychology input for Neurosurgical wards and the Acute Brain Injury Unit. Dr Mawbey then went on to work for West London Mental Health Trust, in the Lead Neuropsychologist post for community and inpatient neurorehabilitation for the London Borough of Brent. Within this role Dr Mawbey set up and led a pioneering Neuropsychology and Neuropsychiatry Service for two 20 bed Older People Service wards, the Community Rehabilitation Service and the 2b Inpatient Neurorehabilitation Unit, before later moving on to work in the Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist role at Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Trust. Here, she acted as Neuropsychology Service Manager, reaching in to three busy community teams and a 2b neurorehabilitation inpatient unit, for Lambeth and Southwark.

Within these roles, Dr Mawbey provided neuropsychological assessment, cognitive rehabilitation and psychological therapies to individuals with neurological, neurological and chronic physical health conditions, including traumatic brain injuries, brain tumour, hypoxic brain injuries, stroke and neurological conditions including multiple sclerosis, dementia, Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson’s disease, Functional Neurological Disorders and motor neuron disease.

Research Interests

Dr Mawbey has worked in leading research institutions of excellence as part of her continued commitment to providing high quality contributions to the fields of Clinical Psychology and Clinical Neuropsychology research.


She previously worked as a Trial Coordinator, leading two large-scale multi-site International and National research trials through the South London and Maudsley NHS trust and the Anna Freud Centre leading. This included coordinating and supervising teams of Research Assistants in data collection and providing training in administration of semi-structured and clinical interviews.

Dr Mawbey has further conducted neuropsychological research in world-renowned research settings including the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience at University College London and at Great Ormond Street Hospital, where she completed her doctoral thesis research.

Dr Mawbey welcomes opportunities to collaborate and supervise research projects, please contact  her here to discuss further.

Clinical Supervision

Dr Mawbey provides clinical supervision for Clinical Psychologists up to band 8b or equivalent in the areas of general mental health and Clinical Neuropsychology. Please contact for rates.

Dr Mawbey is also interested in providing supervision for Clinical Psychology doctoral research within the areas of Sports Neuropsychology and Clinical Neuropsychology. Please contact to discuss further.

Consultation and Training

Dr Mawbey works with organisations to provide bespoke training and consultation around topics related to mental health and neuropsychology. This work ranges from providing advice and training to healthcare teams around working with particular clients or particular types of presenting difficulty or diagnosis to working with employers to provide advice around return to work provision for clients with health and neurological conditions. 

As founder of the Sports Neuropsychology Clinic, Dr Mawbey provides a range of tailored training sessions, lectures and workshops for athletes, most notably boxers, and their teams, regarding mental health and well-being and promoting neuropsychological well-being. Within her local area, she often provides one-off complimentary sessions. Please contact her for more information.

She has previously set up and delivered an 8 week training programme for neurorehabilitation professionals to understand and administer aspects of neuropsychological assessment and deliver appropriate evidence-based cognitive rehabilitation. Dr Mawbey has also delivered teaching around psychological principles to medical students at Imperial College London.  Please contact her for enquiries.