My academic qualifications are listed below:
University College London
Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (DClinPsy)
In the UK the only way for locals to become a Clinical Psychologist is to compete for a place on a doctoral training course funded by our National Health Service (NHS).
The course at UCL is the largest in the country and because it is based in London it offers a greater number of specialist placements (on-the-job training positions).
King’s College London: The Institute of Psychiatry
MSc in Mental Health Services Research
I attended King’s on a full scholarship from the Wellcome Trust as a result of a competitive interview process. I was awarded a Distinction.
The Institute of Psychiatry is recognised as a world leader in psychiatric research. As part of the course I was also able to study at London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine which focuses on global health issues.
The course at King’s has since changed its name to Psychiatric Research.
University of Southampton
Psychology BSc (Hons)
I began my undergraduate studies near to my hometown.
It was a good course but I was able to spend a good proportion of it on exchange at a University in Australia.
If you’d like to see which professional bodies I am accredited by you can view my accreditation page.