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Dr. Jenna Todd Jones

Clinical Lead for Bristol, Gloucestershire & South Wales, Clinical Psychologist in Neuropsychology

Jenna is a Clinical Psychologist with additional postgraduate training in neuropsychology. She has seven years’ experience working in a variety of roles in NHS hospitals and the community.

She is deeply passionate about providing thoughtful, respectful, person-centred care for brain injury survivors and their families. Having worked with people of all ages she brings a valuable perspective on how psychological distress and needs can change across time, and values meeting people where they are in their journey. She provides full neuropsychological assessment, psychotherapy, and rehabilitation for changes in mental health and cognition following brain injury.

Jenna completed her bachelor’s, master’s, and doctorate in clinical psychology in North Wales, specialising in third wave therapies and advanced training in mindfulness based approaches. She has found these gentle, reflective, and compassionate approaches to be very powerful when working with loss, grief, adjustment, and changes in identity.

Jenna is also a lecturer for master’s and doctoral students of clinical psychology at the University of Bath. She has previously gained a PhD at the University of Bristol and maintains an active role in research. She is currently studying how cognitive self-efficacy (the belief that you are skilled at thinking and learning) affects memory in people with Parkinson’s disease. She is also interested in positive psychology and how personality and resiliency can support people to live well with neurological conditions.