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Mr Omar Mansaray

Senior Lecturer

About

I am a Senior Lecturer in Mental Health nursing. I have almost 20 years of clinical and management experience working in mental health services in acute inpatient and community care with adult patients and with children and adolescents in hospital, community and educational settings.  

I have competency in British Sign Language with substantial experience in the specialist field of mental health and deafness. I have also completed a variety of training in psycho-therapeutic models for working with mental health patients and their families. 

In my teaching role I am a module leader for one of the first-year pre-registration mental health degree modules. I have had the opportunity to develop and deliver teaching materials across a wide range of nursing knowledge and skill areas not just within Mental Health but within Adult, Learning disabilities and Child branches too.

My specialist area of interest is in child and adolescent mental health particularly in the area of mental health and deafness and early language acquisition in early child development.

Qualifications

  • MSc in Clinical Leadership, Kingston University, London (completion 2020)
  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, Kingston University, London (2017)
  • Family and Couple Therapy (Systemic Psychotherapy) South West London and St. George's Mental Health NHS Trust 2012 -2015
  • Level 1, 2, 3 Certificates in British Sign Language, (The Council for the Advancement of Communication with Deaf People; 2005, 2006; Signamic Training and Consultation, National Deaf Services, 2015 respectively).
  • Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Complex Mental Health Needs, Kingston University and St. George's University, London, (2014).
  • Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, The Association of Psychological Therapies, Leicester, (2012)
  • Mentalisation Based therapy – Anna Freud National Centre for Children & Families, London (2012).
  • BSc Hons. Mental Health Nursing, Kingston University and St. George's University, London (2004).
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