Dr Ann Ozsivadjian
A clinical psychologist is a mental health professional with highly specialised training in the diagnosis and management of mental, emotional and behavioural difficulties. Our training enables us to provide psychologically informed treatments, which are typically embedded in a multi-disciplinary plan. For 16 years post-qualification I worked at the Evelina London Children's Hospital, in a regional complex neurodisability service where as well as being the lead psychologist for several years, I had a key role in developing intervention services for young people and families with neurodiverse issues. Prior to this I completed my training at Oxford, and prior to that I worked at the Michael Rutter Centre, Maudsley Hospital in various research and clinical roles.
As well as being a busy clinician, I am an active researcher. I have particular interests in the cognitive pathways to mental health problems in ASD, and how this knowledge can inform interventions.
I have been an invited speaker at a number of conferences in the U.K and abroad.