MAKE PSYCHOLOGY ACCESSIBLE TO EVERYONE
Who are Psychologyware?
Our mission is to make psychology accessible to everyone.
We develop tools specifically for schools, nurseries, parents and the workplace.
We work internationally with customers in the UK, Europe, the Middle East, and North America.
Psychologyware started with the creation of Spencer, our online tool for the assessment and management of common mental health, learning and developmental problems in children and young people.
Spencer was developed in partnership with a multidisciplinary team including Carol Milnes, Educational Psychologist, Mary Cunningham, Occupational Therapist, Dr. Joanne Harrison, Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Stefan Peart, Clinical Psychologist, Anna Cartwright, Assistant Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Emma Peart, Clinical Psychologist, Jo Forrest, Educational Psychologist, Eleanor Walters, Education Consultant, Seda Mansour, Education Consultant, Sheena Wilson, Occupational Therapist, Deborah Coleman, SenCo and Shauna Walsh, Speech and Language Therapist.
Meet Our Team
Dr Bryn Williams — CEO
Bryn is the co-founder of Psychologyware. He is passionate about making psychology accessible to children, young people and their parents, carers and teachers, including through his involvement in digital applications. Bryn is also the Clinical Director at WIPC, an international psychological consultancy working in UK and United Arab Emirates.
Bryn qualified as a clinical psychologist in 1999 having completed his Clinical Doctorate at Canterbury Christ Church, and worked in the NHS and later for the States of Jersey. Before his clinical career Bryn completed his PhD in 1995 at University College London in developmental psychopathology. He has since completed an MSc in Paediatric Clinical Neuropsychology and has also completed specialist training in attachment based therapies. Bryn works with families, nurseries and schools to meet the developmental needs of children and young people and is part of a multidisciplinary team providing assessment and intervention of abused and neglected children. He has published academic papers as well as edited a book on the capacity of parents to change in the timescales of the child. WIPC is also involved in teaching and education and Bryn teaches courses in the UAE on the neurodevelopmental and psychological needs of children and young people in the Middle East.
Bryn lives in Oxfordshire with his wife and firstname.lastname@example.org