Dr Susan Stebbings

Clinical Lecturer / Consultant Clinical Psychologist

Faculty of Health Sciences

01482 466986

Dr Susan Stebbings is a part-time clinical lecturer, responsible for managing and delivering the level 6 modules that are a pre-requisite for eligibility to apply for the integrated Clinical Psychology Dctorate.

She is also a practising clinical psychologist within the NHS, specialising in working with children, adolescents and individuals with intellectual disabilities, neurodevelopmental disorders and mental health difficulties.


Research Interests

  • Child and adolescent mental health

  • Intellectual disabilities

  • Neurodevelopmental disorders

  • Sensory perceptual difficulties

  • Community psychology

  • Systemic therapeutic approaches

Research groups

  • Hull/East Yorkshire Mental Health Research Group.

  • Lifespan Learning, Cognition and Wellbeing Research Cluster, School of Life Sciences


Programmes taught on (2019)

Modules list

  • Professional, Personal and Ethical Issues in Clinical Psychology

  • Introduction to Assessment in Clinical Psychology

  • Clinical and Therapeutic Issues in Clinical Psychology

  • Theories of Mental Health

  • Case Studies in Mental Health

Research PhDs

Dr Stebbings welcomes applications in the areas of mental health, clinical psychology, child and adolescent mental health, intellectual disabilities, neurodevelopmental disorders, autism spectrum conditions, and sensory perceptual disorders.

Teaching awards and accolades

  • Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice (due for completion in January 2018, conferring eligibility for Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy)

Professional highlights

Academic qualifications

  • BSc Hons Psychology with Clinical Psychology, University of Hull (1996)

  • Clin.Psy.D. Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, University of Hull (1999)

External roles

  • NHS clinical psychologist