Seema has worked at Priory for 10 years, starting out as a healthcare assistant on the wards. After studying, she moved on to be a trainee psychologist and once qualified, she changed roles to a counselling psychologist. She currently works for Priory Wellbeing Centre Harley Street, where she sees clients on a weekly basis.
Seema has conducted research as part of her thesis on body appreciation and body image, as well as on ethnic identity amongst black females within the UK. This was the first study of its kind in the UK to be conducted, and it will be published by the end of the year.
- BSC in Criminology and psychology – 3 years undergraduate combined honours degree in psychology and criminology
- Doctorate in Counselling Psychology – 4 years doctorate in counselling psychology.
- Masters Psychology – post graduate 1 year course in Psychology