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Dr Jenny Limond

Dr Jenny Limond

Senior Lecturer and Research Director for DClinPsy / Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist


 +44 (0)1392 722209



Jenny is a Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist and Chartered Clinical Psychologist who has worked in a range of private and NHS settings including services for traumatic brain injury, neuro-oncology and epilepsy surgery.  Jenny gained her PhD, in the behaviour and learning of children with intellectual disability, at Southampton University (1992-1998).  Following this Jenny completed her Clinical Psychology training at University College London (1997-2000), undertaking her doctoral research on the illness perceptions of children with nephrotic syndrome.  As a post-doctoral research fellow (Institute of Child Health, UCL), Jenny investigated different learning paradigms in developmental amnesia.  Jenny was the Neuropsychology Chair of The European Society for Paediatric Oncology (SIOP – Europe) Brain Tumour Quality of Survival Group (2012-2017) and continues to be involved in developing quality of survival protocols for clinical trials in Europe.  Jenny’s research and clinical interests are in developing interventions for children with neurological conditions, including traumatic brain injury, brain tumours, CNS infections and neurodevelopmental disorders.  Areas of particular interest include the impact of development on response to interventions, metacognition and interventions to support executive functioning, processing speed, memory and learning.  Jenny also has a strong interest in developing single-case experimental designs to facilitate clinical research.

Jenny is currently a Senior Lecturer and Research Director for the DClinPsy programme at the University of Exeter, and is the Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist for the Child and Adolescent Neuropsychology (CAN) Clinic, currently being piloted at the University.

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Journal articles

Gan H-W, Morillon P, Albanese A, Aquilina K, Chandler C, Chang Y-C, Drimtzias E, Farndon S, Jacques TS, Korbonits M, et al (2023). National UK guidelines for the management of paediatric craniopharyngioma. Lancet Diabetes Endocrinol, 11(9), 694-706. Abstract.  Author URL.
Smith N, Janbakhsh M, Gay H, Limond J, Parker J (2023). Therapeutic Goal Types in Young People’s Mental Health Providers and Changes in Anxiety and Mood. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 32(12), 3731-3741. Abstract.
Thomas S, Embry L, Walsh K, Bull K, Grundy R, Kennedy C, Lemiere J, Hernáiz Driever P, Limond J, Chevignard M, et al (2023). Transatlantic progress in measurement of cognitive outcomes in paediatric oncology trials. Pediatr Blood Cancer, 70(5). Abstract.  Author URL.
Elward R, Limond J, Chareyron LJ, Ethapemi J, Vargha-Khadem F (2023). Using recognition testing to support semantic learning in developmental amnesia. Neuropsychol Rehabil, 1-20. Abstract.  Author URL.
Wade SL, Jones K, corti C, Adlam A, Limond J, Bardoni A, Gies LM (2021). Adapting Intervention Approaches to New Contexts: Three Case Studies of International Adaptation of the Teen Online Problem Solving (TOPS) Program. Abstract.
Wade SL, Jones KM, Corti C, Adlam AR, Limond J, Bardoni A, Gies LM (2021). Adapting intervention approaches to new contexts: Three case studies of international adaptation of the Teen Online Problem Solving (TOPS) program. Rehabil Psychol, 66(4), 356-365. Abstract.  Author URL.
Parker C, Smithson J, Limond J, Sherbersky H, Butler C (2021). Student and supervisor experiences of the Systemic Practice Scale (SPS): a discourse analysis. Journal of Family Therapy, 43(4), 793-818. Abstract.
Limond J, Thomas S, Bull KS, Calaminus G, Lemiere J, Traunwieser T, van Santen HM, Weiler L, Spoudeas HA, Chevignard M, et al (2020). Quality of survival assessment in European childhood brain tumour trials, for children below the age of 5 years. Eur J Paediatr Neurol, 25, 59-67. Abstract.  Author URL.
Wade SL, Gies LM, Fisher AP, Moscato EL, Adlam A-L, Bardoni A, Corti C, Limond J, Modi AC, Raj SP, et al (2020). Telepsychotherapy with children and families: Lessons gleaned. from two decades of translational research. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 30, 332-347.
Thomas S, Reynolds D, Morrall MCHJ, Limond J, Chevignard M, Calaminus G, Poggi G, Bennett E, Frappaz D, Slade D, et al (2019). The European Society of Paediatric Oncology Ependymoma-II program Core-Plus model: Development and initial implementation of a cognitive test protocol for an international brain tumour trial. Eur J Paediatr Neurol, 23(4), 560-570. Abstract.  Author URL.
Gan H-W, Aquilina K, Morillon P, Albanese A, Barkas K, Chandler C, Chang Y-C, Daousi C, Drimtzias E, Farndon S, et al (2018). CRAN-08. NATIONAL UK GUIDELINES FOR THE INVESTIGATION, TREATMENT AND LONG-TERM FOLLOW-UP OF PAEDIATRIC CRANIOPHARYNGIOMA. Neuro-Oncology, 20(suppl_2), i38-i38.
Limond JA, Bull KS, Calaminus G, Kennedy CR, Spoudeas HA, Chevignard MP (2015). Quality of survival assessment in European childhood brain tumour trials, for children aged 5 years and over. European Journal of Paediatric Neurology, 19(2), 202-210. Abstract.
Krasny-Pacini A, Limond J, Evans J, Hiebel J, Bendjelida K, Chevignard M (2015). Self-awareness assessment during cognitive rehabilitation in children with acquired brain injury: a feasibility study and proposed model of child anosognosia. Disabil Rehabil, 37(22), 2092-2106. Abstract.  Author URL.
Limond J, Adlam AR, Cormack M (2014). A Model for Pediatric Neurocognitive Interventions: Considering the Role of Development and Maturation in Rehabilitation Planning. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 28(2).


Wade SL, Gies LM, Adlam A-LR, Bardoni A, Corti C, Jones KM, Limond J, Williams T (2023). Pediatric rehabilitation. In  (Ed) APA handbook of neuropsychology, Volume 2: Neuroscience and neuromethods (Vol. 2), American Psychological Association (APA), 375-392.
Krasny-Pacini A, Limond J, Chevignard MP (2018). Executive Function Interventions. In  (Ed) Cognitive Rehabilitation for Pediatric Neurological Disorders, 75-99.
Limond J, Adlam A-LR (2015). Cognitive Interventions for Children with Brain Injury. In  (Ed) Neuropsychological Rehabilitation of Childhood Brain Injury, Palgrave Macmillan UK, 82-105.
Limond J, Adlam AR (2015). Cognitive interventions for children with brain injury. In Reed J, Byard K, Fine H (Eds.) Neuropsychological rehabilitation of childhood brain injury: a practical guide, Palgrave Macmillan, 82-105.

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