Julie Baah is a Psychologist working within the NHS. She has recently finished her Doctoral training in Clinical Psychology and is currently submitting her thesis exploring the experiences of civil society during the 2018 Mental Health Act consultation process. Her thesis project also explores the extent to which racial disparities were addressed.
She currently works across various adult mental health teams providing long term psychological interventions and team consultation. She has previously worked in specialist mental health teams, including but not limited to, complex trauma, parent-infant and refugee pathways.
As the former Race and Culture lead for the British Psychological Society’s Minorities in Clinical Psychology Subcommittee, she has worked towards reducing the disparities people from Ethnic Minority backgrounds face within the profession.
She is interested in exploring how mental health difficulties arise in social adversity and the ways in which information can be co-produced and creatively disseminated.