Dr David Todd is a clinical psychologist working with individuals and their families after acquired brain injury, and is involved in developing and facilitating rehabilitation programmes in post-acute, community and residential settings. He works therapeutically with people in managing relationships, emotions and cognition as directed by the individual's personal goals. He is active in contributing practice-based evidence and producing research, and teaches on Leeds University's Doctorate in Clinical Psychology. Dr Stephen Weatherhead is a clinical psychologist specialising in brain injury. He co-founded Neuro Family Matters (www.neurofamilymatters.co.uk) in 2010 in order to proved flexible, individualised psychological support to individuals and families. He specialises in The Mental Capacity Act, with a particular emphasis on assessment, multi-agency working, and systemic perspectives. He is a clinical tutor and lecturer in health research with the Lancaster University Doctorate in Clinical Psychology.