Nadine Mirza

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Nadine is an Assistant Psychologist for Just Psychology.

Nadine has graduated with a BSc (Hons) in Psychology and an MPhil in Primary Care Mental Health, which focused on culturally adapting cognitive assessments for British South Asians. She is currently studying for her PhD in Mental Health, looking at developing and evaluating a toolkit to improve access and diagnosis of dementia in memory services. She also works as a graduate teaching assistant at The University of Manchester. She has relevant past research and clinical experience working in a variety of mental health settings, and is involved in science communication, especially through the blog The Almost Psychologist (thealmostpsychologist.wordpress.com).

Among other duties she will be involved in evaluating family group conferences and shares the Just Psychology ethos of incorporating cultural sensitivity into mental health services. She will also be involved in Child Advocacy and managing some of Just Psychology’s Social Media.