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Dr. Howard Fine is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist, and Director of Recolo UK Ltd (www.recolo.co.uk), offering expert, high quality and effective community neuropsychological rehabilitation to children and their families.  Dr. Howard Fine is also employed by East London NHS Foundation Trust with specialist interests in Neuropsychology and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).  He is responsible for delivering highly specialised paediatric input to the Royal London Hospital children’s services, as well as offering specialist child neuropsychological consultation services for clinicians working in the London boroughs of Tower Hamlets, Hackney and Newham.  He is also Chair of the North London Neuropsychology Special Interest Group.

Following on from his doctoral research on ‘Resilience to PTSD in Emergency Workers’, he has offered consultation to the London Helicopter Emergency Service and London Underground following the July 2005 London bombings, as well as offering specialist educative support and consultation to local Mental Health services.  He is also a member of the Foreign & Commonwealth Office / British Red Cross Emergency Trauma Support Team, responding to international disasters involving British citizens.

Dr. Howard Fine is a sessional lecturer at Birkbeck College, University of London, responsible for developing courses and lecturing on the Foundations of Modern Psychology, Psychology of Child Development, Psychological Factors in Chronic Illness, Health Psychology, and the Psychology of Terrorism.  He is also a visiting lecturer at the University of East London and University of Hertfordshire, lecturing on Paediatric Neuropsychology.

Dr. Howard Fine has appeared on the BBC 10 O'clock News consulting on Psychological aspects of terrorism, and Channel 5 programming on Child Development.  He is also the pre-production Consulting Psychologist for BBC Three's series, Freaky Eaters (Betty Productions), providing initial assessment, formulation and recommendations for the programme's contributors.


Membership of Professional Organisations

·        Foreign & Commonwealth Office / British Red Cross Specialist Psychological Emergency Trauma Support Team – Responding to International disasters involving British citizens.

·        British Psychological Society (Chartered status)

·        BPS Division of Clinical Psychology

·        BPS Division of Neuropsychology

·        BPS Faculty for Children & Young People

·        British Association of Behavioural & Cognitive Psychotherapies


Contact Information

Phone Number:
+44 208 123 6369

+44 7747 828976

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