Alex Mulhall, B.Sc (Hons)
London born, educated at King's College Wimbledon and Harrow School and later graduating from Leeds Met. He is now the principal Consultant at the Centre. He has been trained by David in the unique MIP method and has also worked alongside David while honing his ability to diagnose and treat RRS. Alex has also been trained in other related methods in UK centres. He continues to pursue and learn on his own interest in an attempt to further the practice he provides. His own treatment by David as a child for dyslexic traits and later, as a young adult as a result of sporting injuries, has enabled him to bring insights to the the clinic that normally would take many years of experience to acquire. It was a direct result of these injuries that led him to discover a fascination for the way in which RRS can restrict personal development. Alex has the same passion and commitment as his father and has contributed new approaches to the Mulhall Integration Programme, which have enhanced the results we are seeing at the clinic.
David Mulhall B.Sc (Hons)
Following a successful career in Reuters, David Mulhall B.Sc. decided on a complete change to pursue an interest in a field that had always fascinated him. He set up the Clinic 1995 specialising in treatment in the then unknown field of developmental delay. For the next 20 years David steadily built a reputation as a pioneer in this poorly understood area of developmental health. In 2009 he started using the term Retained Reflex Syndrome in order to draw attention to the many different ways reflexes can inhibit personal development. This term is now widely used and accepted as having great significance in many developmental delay conditions. In 2010 he began to to experience problems with speech which was eventually diagnosed in 2012 as Pseudobulbar Palsy, a slow form of MND. Since the start of 2015 he has had to limit his client involvement but remains as actively involved with the clinic as the condition allows.