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Who we are

Dr Abdullah Mia

Dr Abdullah Mia; BSc, GradDip, MSc, DClinPsy.

Abdullah is a Highly Specialist Clinical Psychologist and EMDR Therapist working within an Early Intervention in Psychosis Service.

Abdullah has extensive experience working in the NHS with a range of psychological presentations across the lifespan.  He works from the understanding that psychological difficulties can develop from stress in personal or professional arenas, often these are interrelated.  He has a special interest in how stress and anxiety related states can develop into more complex psychological difficulties.

Abdullah draws upon a range of models to deliver an integrative formulation led intervention that suits the specific needs of each individual or group.  He uses modern cognitive therapy combined with skills from narrative and psychodynamic practices.  He works collaboratively with the people to ensure they develop an understanding of their lives, where they are and how they would like to move forward.  Abdullah is also interested in working with people from ethnic minority groups and has supported a range of charities and organisations in developing efficient reflective work practices.  He is a Committee member for the Faculty of Race and Culture within the Division of Clinical Psychology.

Dr Isabelle Hung

Dr Isabelle Hung; BA Hons, MA Ox, DclinPsy.

Dr Isabelle Hung read Psychology at Oxford University and did her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the prestigious the Essex-Tavistock course.  Her employers requested her to stay on after the course as they had been impressed by her clinical skills.  She also had a strong academic background and has spoken at international conferences.

Her specialism is working with people who have depression which is caused by a range of difficulties.  She also helps people understand their difficulties with relationships.

She has used a wide range of models in her work and specialises in combining therapeutic approaches and working integratively to best suit the needs of the client.  She has worked on an adolescent inpatient unit and in an adult complex case service.  She is now working in the prestigious South London Maudsley NHS Trust with complex cases and with people with chronic health problems.

She regularly uses the following therapeutic approaches to inform her work: Cognitive behavioural therapy, cognitive analytic therapy, exposure response prevention, behavioural, motivational interviewing, mindfulness, acceptance commitment therapy, systemic, attachment, cognitive remediation therapy, narrative therapy.

She has also worked in a memory assessment service, an autism diagnosis service and can administer and interpret memory and intelligence tests.