TALIS Consulting Limited 

Provides comprehensive Clinical Neuropsychology assessment and treatment services. 

Dr. Tracey Ryan-Morgan:

Clinical Director

Dr. Tracey Ryan-Morgan

Who we are 

Dr. Tracey Ryan-Morgan is a Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist, presently Clinical Director of Talis Consulting Limited, an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society and a Chartered Scientist. Tracey is also Registrar and Chief Supervisor to the Clinical Neuropsychology Qualifications Board for the post-doctoral Qualification in Clinical Neuropsychology (Q.i.C.N.). She is a Regional Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine. 

Dr. Tracey Ryan-Morgan is on the Steering Group for the South Wales Brain Injury Forum. 

Tracey was the (part-time) Consultant and Clinical Lead for the Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust 24 bed unit in Llanelli, Carmarthenshire from October 2013 to January 2017. 

Dr. Ryan-Morgan was a founder member of a national Cross-Committee Working Party of the Division of Neuropsychology which has produced a profile of competencies in Clinical Neuropsychology within the context of Statutory Regulation of the profession via the Health Care Professions Council with whom she is Registered. 

Tracey was a longstanding member of the Committee for Training in Clinical Neuropsychology and is experienced in convening and conducting BPS accreditations of Doctoral and post-Doctoral training courses in Clinical and Neuropsychology. She has undertaken some television work with BBC Science and the Discovery Channel and was a founder member and former Treasurer to Headway Carmarthenshire. 

In her NHS practice, Dr. Ryan-Morgan was Head of Specialty for Clinical Neuropsychology and Deputy Head of Clinical Psychology until 2006 when she left to further develop her private practice after 15 years NHS experience. Dr. Ryan-Morgan has previously held an (invited) Honorary position of Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist with the Hywel Dda Health Board. 


Dr. Ryan-Morgan is regularly asked to speak at National conferences and has made presentations to the Royal College of Psychiatrists as well as appearing alongside the Master of the Court of Protection as a guest speaker. Most recently, October 2016, she was an invited speaker at the St. John's Chambers Neurorehab Conference in Bristol. 


Dr. Ryan-Morgan has established Harley Memory Clinic Limited, with a Consultant Physician colleague, offering one-stop Memory Clinics in Harley Street, London.

Recent CPD

Dr. Ryan-Morgan attended the national conference: “Brain Injury: out of focus” at BMA House, London on Thursday 8th February 2018. 

08.02.18: Brain Injury: Out of Focus, Leigh Day Conference, London. 
30.11.17: Safeguarding, Risk Assessment & DOLS, New Law Brain Injury Forum, Cardiff. 
27.11.17: Neurobehavioural Disability after Acquired Brain Injury, Department of Psychology (College of Human & Health Sciences) & Priory Brain Injury Services, Swansea. 
14.11.17: Wales Case Manager and Independent Therapist Forum organised by Irwin Mitchell Solicitors, Bridgend. 
31.10.17: Brain Injury Training Day held by Clarke Willmott Solicitors, Bristol. 

Dr. Ryan-Morgan continues to deliver programmes of staff training and consultation to support adults with acquired brain injury and also continues in her role as Registrar and Chief Supervisor for the post-doctoral Qualification in Clinical Neuropsychology. 

In March 2017, Dr. Ryan-Morgan attended a conference on Mild Traumatic Brain Injury organised by the Royal Society of Medicine in London, where she is a Regional Fellow. 

In November 2016, she attended and participated in a joint conference organised by Swansea University & Partnerships in Care on Reducing the Burden of Neurobehavioural Disability. 

In October 2016 was an invited speaker at the St. John’s Chambers biannual conference in Bristol where she presented on the topic of Fatigue Management after acquired brain injury, receiving very positive evaluations from the audience of legal professionals, commissioners and clinicians in the field. 

In April 2016, Dr. Ryan-Morgan organised and presented at an international conference in Cardiff on the future directions of brain injury rehabilitation. 

In 2015, Tracey engaged in a wide range of CPD activities including attending an international webinar by Professor Alan Baddeley on "working memory: past, present & future"; organised and delivered a (free) seminar for professionals working in neurorehabilitation entitled, "understanding and managing fatigue after brain injury"; delivered a clinical presentation to the Academic Neurosciences meeting at University Hospital of Wales; delivered a teaching session on Clinical Neuropsychology to trainees on the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology Course at Cardiff University and conducted two sets of viva voce examinations for the Clinical Neuropsychology Qualifications Board. She also attended the Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust biannual international conference, "The Future of Brain Injury Rehabilitation" 

May 14th 2013: Speaker at Carter Brown Associates Conference in Bristol 
May 17th 2013: Attended Headway / JCP South and West Wales Brain Injury Conference in Swansea 


On March 29th 2012, Drs. Ryan-Morgan and Holder attended a workshop by Professor Grant Iverson of British Columbia University, in association with the International Academy of Applied Neuropsychology in London on the subject of Evidence-Based Neuropsychological Assessment. 
On 18th May 2012: Neurorehabilitaion Unit at Neath / Port Talbot Hospital conference: The Assessment and Management of Challenges for Survivors of Brain Injury. 
On 12th June 2012: Hugh James Brain Injury Conference, Cardiff. 
October 31st 2012: St John’s Chambers (Bristol) host the second annual Headway Brain Injury Rehabilitation Conference. 
November 9th 2012: Bond Solon Annual Expert Witness Conference, London. 
November 23rd 2012: The Division of Neuropsychology (British Psychological Society) Inaugural Annual Conference, London. 


Between September 21-22nd 2011, Drs Ryan-Morgan and Holder attended the biannual Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust conference at the Bristol Marriott Hotel. The focus was Inspiring Learning and Innovation through Brain Injury Rehabilitation 
On October 13th 2011, Drs. Ryan-Morgan and Holder attended a one-day conference organised by St. Andrews Healthcare (National Brain Injury Centre) at the Birmingham Metropole on the subject of Risk and Acquired Brain Injury 
On November 8th 2011, Dr. Ryan-Morgan was the invited speaker at the Swansea Medicolegal Society on the topic of Community-Based Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. Also on November 8th, Dr. Holder attended the Hugh James Spinal Injury Conference in Cardiff. 
On November 11th 2011, Drs. Ryan-Morgan and Smith attended the Annual Bond Solon Expert Witness Conference in London and on November 17th, Drs. Ryan-Morgan and Holder attended the St. John’s Chambers Brain Injury Conference in Bristol. 
On November 11th 2011, Drs. Ryan-Morgan and Smith attended the Annual Bond Solon Expert Witness Conference in London and on November 17th, Drs. Ryan-Morgan and Holder attended the St. John’s Chambers Brain Injury Conference in Bristol.



  1. Ryan-Morgan, T. & Tams, R. (2001) Proposal for Clinical Neuropsychology Outpatient Service for adults with learning disability and epilepsy. Clinical Psychology Forum, 147, 35-38.

  2. Baker, J; Cunnane, B; Godfrey, J; McCulloch, A; Mills, N; Ryan-Morgan, T. & Thornton, G. (2002) Integrating nutrition and exercise into brief psychotherapy. Clinical Psychology 19, 22-27.

  3. Ryan-Morgan, T. (2002) Setting up a Clinical Neuropsychological Assessment service for adults: a positive experience? Clinical Psychology, 20, 13-16.

  4. Poster presentation: Conversazione (2003). Ryan-Morgan, T. The establishment and audit of a Brief Intervention Therapy Service in Primary Care.

  5. Poster presentation: Conversazione (2003). Ryan-Morgan, T. Integrating nutrition and exercise into brief psychotherapy.

  6. Ryan-Morgan, T; Scott-Lawson, A; Godfrey, J. & Thornton, G. (2004) The establishment and audit of a brief intervention therapy service in primary care, Clinical Psychology, 37.

  7. Ryan-Morgan, T. (2005). The Mental Capacity Act 2005 and Clinical Neuropsychology. APIL PI Focus Special Issue on Medicine, Ethics and Clinical Injury claims, (October, Volume 15, issue 6), pp 14-16.

  8. Ryan-Morgan, T. & Rees, S. (2011). Community-based Neuropsychological Rehabilitation for complex needs following Traumatic Brain Injury.  pdf document Apil PI Focus Vol 21 Issue 10 (December, Volume 21, issue 10), pp 21-24

  9. Rees, S.J. & Ryan-Morgan, T. (2012). An Exercise in Maximising Potential Capacity for Decision Making, Journal of Social Care and Neurodisability. Vol 3(2), 69-76.

  10. Ryan-Morgan, T. (2012). Evidence-based Neuropsychological Assessment: Grant Iverson Workshop, DON Newsletter (August, Volume 11, issue 2 pp. 4-5).

  11. Ryan-Morgan, T. (2012). Minor Head Injury and Concussion: A review of the evidence,  pdf document Personal Injury Law Journal. July/August – Number 107.

  12. Ryan-Morgan, T. (2012). Symptom Validity (Effort) Testing in Clinical Neuropsychology. pdf document PI Brief Update Law Journal (September issue)

  13. Ryan-Morgan, T. & Newby, H. (2013).Assessment of Mental Capacity – chapter in The Handbook of Real Neuropsychological Rehabilitation in Acquired Brain Injury (Karnac) – eds: Newby, Coetzer, Daisley & Weatherhead.