PROFESSOR ZENOBIA NADIRSHAW at the University of West London has influenced the profession through organisational change as well as in the teaching and training of psychologists to work more efficiently and effectively with people from Black and Minority communities. She is also Professor at the University of West London, External Examiner to four post-graduate clinical and counselling courses, National Assessor for Consultant posts in the NHS, Chair and Committee Member of several British Psychological Society Divisions of Clinical Psychology. Zenobia 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. Psychology has been of interest to Zenobia Nadirshaw since she was a schoolgirl. Several students would come to her to talk of the difficulties that they were experiencing with their class students and other older students (including bullying). She was very concerned about this. After leaving school Zenobia studied psychology at University for her BA exams as well as a post graduate MA study in clinical psychology, and winning a scholarship. After her educational attainments in India she came to England and started her career in the subject at a very large institution in Hertfordshire which housed 1,300 patients. Zenobia led on an initiative which resettled patients into the community across north west London, being guided by the principles of Commun [...]

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