Professor Henrietta Bowden-Jones OBE is a medical doctor and neuroscience researcher working as Consultant psychiatrist in Addictions leading two national clinics in the UK. Henrietta was appointed Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2019 New Year’s Honours for Services to Addiction Treatment and to Research. She is an Honorary Senior Visiting Research Fellow in Psychiatry at the Cambridge University, Honorary Professor at UCL in the Faculty of Brain Sciences and an Immediate Past President at the Medical Women’s Federation. Henrietta is also a Royal College of Psychiatrists’ Spokesperson on Behavioural Addictions and Psychiatry President at the Royal Society of Medicine (2020-2022). She was awarded Psychiatrist of the Year in 2020 Awards at the Royal College of Psychiatrists. Lastly, Henrietta is the Founder and Director of the National Problem Gambling Clinic, the first NHS treatment centre in the UK for the treatment of problem gamblers which she set up in 2008. Founder and Director of the National Centre for Gaming Disorders, the first NHS clinic in the UK treating Gaming Disorder. She has received many national and international prizes and awards, while she has written a number of books and publications available on her website. Her research interests include Gambling Disorder, Gaming Disorder, Behavioural Addictions and Mental Health in women.
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