Who we are

Richard Gilham

Richard Gilham is a Director of CATS. He qualified as an Educational Psychologist in 1990 and as a Clinical Psychologist in 1998. Since then he has worked in Norfolk with children and adolescents with complex emotional and behavioural difficulties and more recently with children with neuro-developmental disorders including Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).

Richard works independently as a Consultant Clinical Psychologist. He is an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society and an Honorary Senior Lecturer at the Norfolk and Norwich University Medical School. He has a special interest in the assessment of emotional harm, neglect and parents with mental health difficulties. Richard teaches and supervises professionals from health, social care and education in these areas.

Richard has extensive experience of providing expert evidence to the Courts in Care Proceedings and in private law issues around contact and residence.

Susan Zeitlin

Sue Zeitlin is a founder member and director of CATS. She trained as a paediatrician in the UK and Canada and has lived and worked in East Anglia since 1998. She is a fellow of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health.
 

Associates

Adam Lewis

Adam Lewis is an Occupational Therapist, Systemic & Family Psychotherapist and Supervisor with 20 years clinical experience. Most of his career has been in child and adolescent mental health services, however, he has also worked in adult mental health, local authority and palliative care. Adam works with young people and their families to improve relationships; this is to help families lead healthier lives, improve the emotional well-being of all family members, and create a home environment that supports the emotional and developmental needs of young people and other family members.

 

“CATS has been established with the aim of providing benefit to children and young people who are vulnerable by virtue of their social, emotional and developmental needs”.