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Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Chronic Fatigue

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Our team

Dr Daniel Zahl

Clinical Psychologist

Daniel is the Clinical Lead for the team and has worked in the field of chronic fatigue for the past ten years. He was involved in the UK's largest CFS clinical trial (PACE).

He works in physical and mental health settings and has particular interest in diabetes and obesity in addition to chronic fatigue. He has published a number of papers in peer-reviewed journals and written book chapters about psychotherapy.

He is a BABCP accredited CBT therapist and a fellow of the British Psychological Society.

Daniel works in the Chronic Fatigue Service on Thursdays.

Appointments usually last 45-60 minutes.

Dr Annabel Haldane

Clinical Psychologist

Annabel has been working in the field of chronic fatigue since 2011. She has previously worked in chronic fatigue services in both London and Hertfordshire.

She has a special interest in long term physical health conditions and also has considerable experience of working with individuals with chronic pain.

Annabel is a registered Practitioner Psychologist with the Health and Care Professions Council and is a fellow of the British Psychological Society.

Annabel works in the Chronic Fatigue Service every other Tuesday and every Thursday.

Appointments usually last 45-60 minutes.

Amanda Wall

Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist

Amanda worked in clinical research before training to become a physiotherapist. She qualified in 2003 and additionally completed an MSc in Pain: Science and Society.

She worked in central London hospitals before moving to Oxfordshire in 2011. She has worked in the specialist fields of chronic pain and chronic fatigue management for over 12 years. Amanda also has particular interest in joint hypermobility syndromes and disordered sleep.

Amanda is registered with the Health & Care Professions Council (PH656330) and the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (070256) and she is a member of the Physiotherapy Pain Association and British Pain Society.

Amanda works in the Chronic Fatigue Service on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Mrs Janet Malone


Tuesday to Friday.