Monisha is currently completing her postgraduate MSc degree in clinical mental health sciences at UCL. Currently employed as a mental health support worker within a low secure forensics ward specialising in comorbid Autism in adult males. She graduated with a First-Class Honours in BSc Psychology at Royal Holloway University in 2011. Since graduating, Monisha has been working as a health advisor for the NHS and dealt with general health and mental health cases. She currently takes time to train, coach and audit current and new health advisors within the service in between her studying. Monisha has aspirations to work within the mental health service in future and continue studying to expand her knowledge and aptitude.
Monisha Nahar writes her debut blog on a recent RCT that explores how we can improve the efficiency of psychotherapy for depression. The trial compares web-based guided CBT with face-to-face CBT for people with depression who are not taking medication.[read the full story...]