Siobhan D’Almeida

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My name is Siobhan and I am a student on the MSc Mental Health Studies course at King’s College London. I am passionate about mental health and am working towards a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology. My areas of interest include Women’s Mental Health, and the mental health of racial, sexual, and gender minorities.

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Unprecedented times: pregnancy and mental health in the era of COVID-19

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Siobhan D’Almeida explores a recent paper which finds that pregnant individuals experienced high levels of anxiety and depression during COVID-19.

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“I’m not into labels”: clinician and service user perspectives on ‘personality disorder’

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Siobhan D’Almeida explores a qualitative study of the label of personality disorder from the perspectives of people with lived experience and occupational experience.

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‘Mixed Emotions’: unpacking the emotional labour of service user involvement in mental health research

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In her debut blog, Siobhan D’Almeida summarises a qualitative exploration of the emotional labour of service user involvement in mental health research.

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