Dr Andrew Papadopoulos is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist employed by Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust. He currently works with both adults of working age and older adults who experience a range of mental health difficulties.
He obtained a BSc degree in Behavioural Science from the University of Aston in Birmingham in 1982 and qualified as a Clinical Psychologist in 1985 from Leeds University. He recently completed a PhD in Gerontology from King’s College London which has informed the development of the Wellbeing Evaluation Scale.
Since qualifying as a clinical psychologist, he has specialised in the psychological care of older people across physical health, primary care, social care and secondary mental health. His professional interests include well-being and existential approaches to therapy and he enjoys gardening, cooking, DIY and being a grandparent.
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