Syed Miah is a Trainee Clinical Psychologist at University College London. Syed Joined Middlesex University in 2018 and moved on to start his training in late 2019. 


I have completed an undergraduate degree in Psychology (BSc) at Brunel University London with professional development consisting of two work placements within mental health clinical settings. As part of this BSc, I completed a dissertation on cross-cultural differences in prosocial behaviour with a specific focus on British South Asians and White British populations. Furthermore, I have completed an MSc in Early Intervention in Psychosis at King’s College London including a work placement at an early detection service for psychosis.

I have worked in a range of clinical mental health settings including an older adult psychiatric inpatient ward, child and adolescent neurodevelopmental assessment team and more. My current research interests remain broad but largely based around mental health difficulties, psychosocial therapies and how culture influences the dynamic relationship between these two aspects. I am currently on the Clinical Psychology Doctoral programme at UCL.