Andrew Gumley is Professor of Psychological Therapy in the University of Glasgow Institute of Health and Wellbeing and is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist in NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde ESTEEM Early Intervention for Psychosis service. Andrew is Director of the NHS Research Scotland Mental Health Network and is Chair of the Scottish Government COVID-19 Mental Health Research Advisory Group. Andrew is Director of Diversity and Inclusion in the University of Glasgow Doctorate in Clinical Psychology programme. Andrew graduated as a Clinical Psychologist in 1993 before completing his PhD in 2001 which investigated psychological approaches to the prevention of relapse in people with a diagnosis of Schizophrenia. Since joining the University of Glasgow in 2001, Andrew leads a programme of research aimed at developing, testing and implementing psychological therapies and digital interventions for people with complex mental health difficulties. Andrew is passionate about increasing the inclusivity of people with lived experience of mental health problems in the production of research and the development of networks to support greater connections between researchers, clinicians, people with mental health problems and policy makers to maximise the knowledge exchange and impact.
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