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Dr Neil Rees

Programme Director (Clinical) Professional Doctorate in Clinical Psychology

    Dr Neil Rees is the Clinical Director of the Doctoral Programme in Clinical Psychology. He oversees all clinical aspects of the programme. He works clinically for one day per week locally as Acting Head of Clinical Psychology at Newham’s Child and Family Consultation Service, where he works with children and young people with psychological difficulties and their families. His clinical career has also included posts at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children and within a community paediatric palliative care team.



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    The mental and physical health of children and young people
    Systemic and narrative approaches to Clinical Psychology
    Death and bereavement
    Community Psychology and the addressing of social inequalities
    Cross-cultural Clinical Psychology
    Identity development, and sexual identities in particular



    Doctoral Programme in Clinical Psychology
    Doctoral Programme in Educational Psychology
    Chartered member of the British Psychological Society and the Division of Clinical Psychology
    Developing and supporting a portfolio of research that centralises the voices of children and young people
    Co-author of the British Psychological Society’s guidelines for Psychologists working with children and adolescents with a lesbian, gay and bisexual identity — first draft submitted
    Executive Producer of Homoworld — a short film to be used in training to raise awareness of the heterocentrism of society. Funded by successful grant application to the Higher Education Academy Psychology Network
    Psychosocial Specialist in the British Red Cross and Foreign & Commonwealth Office’s overseas emergency response team