Elliot is a clinical psychologist with expereince working both in public mental health services and private practice. His clinical interests include rehabilitation in major mental illnesses, cognitive behavioural therapy, clinical neuropsychology, intellectual disability, the assessment and treatment of posttrauma states, and forensic issues in mental health. Elliot completed his PhD on the measurement of “theory of mind” in schizophrenia, and has developed research interests in social cognition and neuro-cognition in mental disorders.
As a lecturer in the Rehabilitation Teaching & Research Unit, Elliot teaches the REHB 714 Personal and Psychological Factors in Rehabilitation paper.
He also works in the Department of Psychological Medicine teaching cognitive behaviour therapy.