Dr Susan Krasner
Dr Krasner is a clinical psychologist specialising in work with children, adolescents, young adults and their families.
She has been practising since 1987 and formed her independent practice in 2000.
Dr Krasner graduated from Manchester University in 1981 with a first-class honours degree in psychology. She then conducted her doctoral research at St Andrews University. Dr Krasner was awarded her PHD in 1985.
Dr Krasner qualified as a clinical psychologist in 1987. She then worked in NHS children’s and adolescents’ services, within a range of hospital paediatric services (for example, at the Westminster Children’s Hospital and at St Stephen’s Hospital, London), in community paediatric services (including those serving the communities of Kensington & Chelsea, Westminster, Ealing, Southall & Acton), and in various Child & Adolescent Mental Health Services, (CAMHS). Between 1993 and 2000, Dr Krasner was the head of Children’s and Learning Disabilities’ Services at Blackhill Healthcare Limited, an independent clinical psychology practice providing outsourced NHS services and an independent practice.
In 2000, she formed her own independent Practice.
In addition to providing an assessment and treatment service for children, teenagers, young adults and their families, Dr Krasner also offers consultation and training services to a range of schools, special schools, voluntary, state and private sector organisations providing services to children and adolescents and their families.
Dr Krasner held an honorary advisory role on the British Board of Film Classification’s Advisory Panel on Children’s Viewing from 1999 until 2010. Dr Krasner currently sits on the BBC’s Annual Review Panel for BBC branded magazines.