Lucy Henry was awarded a DPhil on the development of working memory in children (Oxford University) and started her career lecturing in developmental psychology at Reading University. She subsequently trained as a Clinical Psychologist at the Institute of Psychiatry (King’s College London), and her current post is Professor of Speech and Language at City, University of London. Lucy’s research combines her interests in developmental and clinical psychology, as it concerns memory and cognition in children with intellectual and developmental disabilities. She is widely published in these areas, including peer-reviewed journals, a recent book on the Development of Working Memory in Children, and keynote presentations at international conferences. Lucy is the Principal Investigator on our ESRC-funded project (2013-2016) investigating witness skills/interventions for children on the autism spectrum.