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Mr Harjinder Sehmi

Dr Harjinder Sehmi

School: Nursing

Job Title: Senior Lecturer

Email: H.Sehmi@sgul.kingston.ac.uk

Phone: 07768 145528

Biography

Harjinder has been in nursing since 1986. He has a wealth of clinical experience in the areas of child, adolescent and family mental health; therapeutic communities (Henderson Democratic Therapeutic Community Model and Cassel Hospital) and borderline personality disorders.

Harjinder is also a qualified psychotherapist, specialising in small, medium and large groups.

Academic and professional qualifications

  • Doctorate, Clinical Practice, University of Surrey
  • Stage 4 NMC Teaching Qualification - currently undertaking portfolio, , NMC
  • PgCert, Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, Kingston University and St George's University, London
  • Institute of Group Analysis Course for Supervisors
  • Qualified Group Analysis Psychotherapist, Member of Institute of Group Analysis
  • MSc, Group Analysis, Birkbeck College, University of London
  • Introductory General Course in Group Work, Institute of Group Analysis
  • Living in a Residential Therapeutic Community, Association of Therapeutic Communities
  • New to Line Management Course, Chelsea and Westminster Trust
  • Cassel Hospital Course in Psychosocial Nursing and Therapeutic Community Practice
  • ENB 998 (Teaching & Assessing in the Clinical Field), Riverside College of Nursing
  • Registered Mental Nurse, Coventry and Warwickshire College of Nursing
  • BTEC Public Administration (HND), Sheffield City Polytechnic
  • Qualified Group Analysis Psychotherapist, Member of Institute of Group Analysis

Professional experience

  • 2003 - present
    Psychotherapist, UKCP, Institute of Group Analysis

Research interests

Black and minority ethnic (BME) issues linked to clinical practice and workforce issues.

Publications

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Thesis

Sehmi, H. S. (2015) An ethnographic study exploring the over-representation of black and minority ethnic (BME) employees in the disciplinary process in a National Health Service (NHS) Trust. (Other thesis), University of Surrey.

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