Rebekah is registered as a practitioner psychologist. She is a Clinical Psychologist specialising in child protection and psychological impacts of trauma. Rebekah has nearly 20 years experience in mental health settings and public protection, working across a range of service contexts.
Rebekah is currently the Chief Psychologist to the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse and Head of the Inquiry’s Support and Safeguarding Teams. She provides strategic and operational leadership to a multidisciplinary team of health and social care professionals and civil servants. Rebekah has a particular interest in creating trauma-informed workplace cultures that nurture staff health and wellbeing.
Members' Register of Interests
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Membership of, or position of general control or management of, (current memberships or those held in the last two years) any body:
a) to which a Council member is appointed by the HCPC:
b) exercising functions of a public nature:
c) directed to charitable purposes:
d) whose principal purposes includes the influence of public opinion or policy (including any political party or trade union):
Chief Psychologist to the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse and Head of the Inquiry’s
Support and Safeguarding Teams.
Directorships in public and private companies including non executive directorships:
Shareholdings which give the Council member a majority or controlling interest in any undertaking:
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