Dr Goldin is a Consultant in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Great Ormond Street Hospital and an Honorary Senior Lecturer at the Institute of Child Health. He has been Head of Service on the Mildred Creak Unit for the past fourteen years and is Lead Psychiatrist in the Department of Child and Adolescent Mental Health (DCAMH). Dr Goldin is Joint Training Programme Director for the Great Ormond Street/Royal London Higher Training Scheme in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. He is also an Elected Member of the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Faculty Executive at the Royal College of Psychiatrists. Dr Goldin has extensive experience in the assessment and management of emotional and behavioural difficulties in childhood. He sees private patients at Great Ormond Street Hospital International and Private Patients wing Monday-Friday after 5pm.
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Rekha is HCPC registered, an Associate Fellow of the BPS and a member of the Division of Clinical Psychology. Rekha has worked as a qualified clinical psychologist in statutory and non-statutory organisations for 15 years. She has offered a range of psychological services (individual therapy, group work, training, consultation, supervision, audit, evaluation, research and service development) across the life-span and within various psychological health specialities. Rekha also provides medico-legal report writing services for refugee / asylum-seeking people and survivors of torture.
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Julianne is a passionate and highly experienced perinatal psychologist who has worked for over 13 years in the NHS and private practice with parents and parents-to-be and their babies (and bumps) who have needed support with a wide variety of issues including anxiety and depression during and after pregnancy, miscarriage and reproductive loss, attachment issues, re-emergence of childhood issues and couples issues. Julianne is a member of the Birth Trauma Association and specialises in working therapeutically with birth trauma, PTSD and tokophobia (fear of giving birth) as they impact the mother, couple relationship and parent-infant attachment. In addition, she is also affiliated with BICA (British Infertility Counselling Association) and offers tailored psychological interventions for individuals and couples who are pregnant or are parenting following ART (IVF, ICSI, donor conception, surrogacy) or adoption. She has over 15 years’ experience teaching and training psychologists and health professionals on issues of parental mental health, attachment, early years and positive mental health for babies and young children.
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Nasif is a dedicated professional with over 15 years experience of working various sectors including social care, NHS mental health services and has graduated from the Tavistock and Portman Trust. He has experience working with children, families, couples and carers. Nasif also delivers mental wellness training in the form of workshops and seminars across various sectors and organisations. He is very passionate about his work and aims to facilitate an environment where others can draw upon their own resources and realise their true value and potential.
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