Hertfordshire

 

Supervisor

Dr G Parkes

Contact details

Georgina.parkes1@nhs.net

Location

University of Hertfordshire and Colonnades Hatfield

Description of opportunity

Research in gender dysphoria, Forensic settings and ID/ Research in psychodynamic psychotherapy and ID

Opportunity to actively participate in ongoing projects or develop own projects in similar areas

Trainee requirements

Keen and interested. Self motivated and hard working. Ability to express ideas in a written format and attendance at research training day/conference would be a good idea before or during this special interest placement

 

 

Supervisor

Dr G Parkes

Contact details

Georgina.parkes1@nhs.net

Location

The Colonnades, Hatfield

Description of opportunity

An opportunity to see people with ID for psychotherapy under supervision. Offered in very few locations nationally. The group is led by Dr Georgina Parkes Consultant Psychiatrist in ID and Mr David O’Driscoll Psychotherapist.

Develop therapeutic relationships, learn what it is like to be in the world of the patient with a disability. Develop skills working with the network around patients in psychotherapy.

Psychodynamic psychotherapy supervision for long and short case with ID

Trainee requirements

See a patient weekly for psychodynamic psychotherapy, can be  in local team or can be in Herts area locations throughout county depending on trainee travel requirements

 

Supervisor

Dr Sonika Bhasin

Contact details

sonika.bhasin1@nhs.net

Location

Marlowes Health and Well being Centre,Hemel Hempstead

Description of opportunity

Opportunity to get experience in Specialist assessment for PWLD  with Epilepsy  in our Epilepsy clinic.

Also specialist Memory clinic  run at Marlowes which entails memory assessment for PWLD using  various screening tools and other  assessment tools. Gain experience in assessment and management of dementia in PWLD.

Trainee requirements

Required to attend Epilepsy clinic ( twice a month on Fridays) and Memory clinic run once a month at Marlowes.

 

 

Norfolk

 

Supervisor


 

Dr Regi T Alexander, Consultant Psychiatrist, Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust

Contact details

regialexander@nhs.net

Location

Little Plumstead Hospital, Norwich NR13 5EW

Description of opportunity

This special interest opportunity offers an introduction into forensic mental health issues of people with developmental disorders including autism. You can be involved in a range of service evaluation and/or other research projects in a centre with a strong publication record of multi-disciplinary research and active academic links with a range of universities and service providers www.forensiclearningdisability.com

Trainee requirements

Forensic, General Adult, Learning Disability (1 session/ week)

 

 

Supervisor

Ekkehart Staufenberg

Contact details

ekkehart.staufenberg@nhs.net

Location

Norfolk

Description of opportunity

1.      Epilepsy and Neuropsychiatry Friday (soon also Thursdays) at Dept. of Neurology, NNUH FT, as well as more specialised dedicated VNS Implantation and pre-post epilepsy neurosurgery assessment clinics.

2.      Foresic developmental neuropsychiatry Mo&Tues at BCFS-East Anglia.

3.      Ad hoc ABI neuropsychiatry opportunities

Trainee requirements

Able to travel to Norfolk.

 

Supervisor

Kiran Kasu

Contact details

kasu.kiran@nhs.net

Location

Norwich & Great Yarmouth, based in Little Plumstead hospital

Description of opportunity

1. Opportunity to gain experience / Special interest in CAMHSLD.

2. Opportunity to work  jointly with star fish team, which is CAMHSLD community team alongside, starfish plus team, which is CAMHSLD crisis team

Trainee requirements

Able to travel to Norfolk.

 

 

Bedfordshire

Supervisor

Dr Shakeel Islam & Dr Sanjay Nelson

 

Contact details

shakeel.islam@nhs.net, sanjaynelson@nhs.net

 

Location 

Autism Assessment Service, Twinwoods Clinical Resource Centre, Milton Road, Clapham, Bedfordshire, MK41 6AT

 
 

Description of opportunity

The trainee will have the opportunity to join the Autism Assessment Service to join and carry out  Autism assessments. The trainee will build skills in clinical interview and have the potential for observing and delivering ADOS, if trained.  Our service is mainly a diagnostic service, however provides post diagnostic follow-up to discuss interventions and support in the Bedfordshire area. The trainee will gain experience of the MDT involvement including clinical nurse specialist, occupational therapy with sensory experience, and psychologist input. They would be welcomed to join the weekly team meeting on Thursday afternoons to review referrals and care pathway the team delivers.  

 

Trainee requirements

Necessary: One session weekly for special interest
Preferable: ADOS trained

 
Friday, 9 November, 2018
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