Adam works as a consultant clinical psychologist at the Edinburgh Access Practice, a service dedicated to the provision of care to individuals who struggle to access mainstream care, as well as providing input to a wide range of public and third sector organisations across the homeless sector. He graduated from St. Andrews University in 1994 with a psychology degree, before completing a doctorate in clinical psychology in Edinburgh in 1998. He subsequently worked in New Zealand, establishing a clinical psychology service in a rural district working with marginalised populations, before returning to Scotland in 2004 to develop the homeless clinical psychology and psychotherapy service which he currently runs. He has a particular interest in health inequalities, exclusion dynamics, early years and the psychology of adversity.

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