Dr Tim Hull

Dr Tim Hull, Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist
PhD, MSc, Bsc

Dr Hull has substantial experience in neuropsychology across a range of settings. He has worked in neuropsychology with detained patients, in residential rehabilitation settings and in the community. He has extensive experience of assessment and treatment, involving patients with traumatic brain injury, stroke, degenerative and dementing conditions. Dr Hull has also worked in a forensic mental health setting within the National Health Service, giving him broad and detailed experience of the legal system and its interactions with mental health and mental impairment services, and is a Registered Forensic Psychologist. Dr Tim Hull is currently the Consultant in Neuropsychology and rehabilitation with the Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust (BIRT) in Birmingham.

Medico-Legal Experience
Dr Tim Hull has prepared over five hundred medico-legal reports for the civil, criminal and family Courts, covering:

  • Effects of the brain injury
  • Mental health issues
  • Assessment of the level of disability caused
  • Suitability for rehabilitation
  • Determination of mental capacity
  • The fitness of impaired people to plead and to stand trial
  • Suggestibility and fitness for parenting
  • Cognitive Impairment
  • Capacity

Academic Qualifications:

  • 1989, Bachelor of Science – Psychology (University of Warwick)
  • 1990, Master of Science – Cognition, Computing and Psychology (University of Warwick)
  • 1993, Doctor of Philosophy – Psychology (University of Birmingham)
  • 1997, Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (University of Birmingham)Professional Qualifications
  • 1997, Chartered Clinical Psychologist with British Psychological Society
  • 2003, Specialist Register for Practitioners in Neuropsychology and Full Member of the Division of Forensic Psychology
  • 2003, Accredited by the British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy as a Cognitive Behavioural Therapist
  • 2004, Chartered Forensic Psychologist with British Psychological Society
  • 2004, Consultant Clinical Psychologist