Zenobia Nadirshaw – Clinical Psychologist, Professor

Zenobia Nadirshaw – Clinical Psychologist, Professor

Biography

With 39 years of clinical and senior management experience in the NHS and Social  Services in the  Learning/Intellectual Disabilities field as well as in the mental health services-influencing service planning, service provision and service delivery  within the profession  at national and international levels. She is also Prof at the University of West London, External Examiner to 4 post-graduate clinical and counselling courses, National Assessor for Consultant posts in the NHS, Chair and Committee Member of several British Psychological Society -Division of Clinical Psychology. She has influenced the profession  through organisational change in service delivery, service planning and service provision as well as in the teaching and training of psychologists to work more efficiently and effectively with people from Black and Minority communities. Working in partnership with , clients and carers to ensure positive outcomes for this vulnerable  group has been recognised at national and international levels She has also won several awards and her portrait was hung at the National Portrait Gallery in 2007 for a short period of time as a Woman of Inspiration. She is a Trustee  of several organisations-including The Race Equality  Foundation and acts as a Mentor to several  practioners and students.  Dr Nadirshaw has  received several  professional Doctrates given to her by 3 different universities.

 

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