Dr Shradha Lakhani

Consultant Clinical Psychologist

Covid-19 Update!

In light of the current situation to avoid non essential travel and contact, to limit any spread of infection, I am offering additional consultation options that may be preferential to some including:-

1. Face to face appointments provided that neither myself or the patients households are self isolating

2. Telephone consultations

3. Whatsapp video

4. Skype video

5. “Walk-and-Talk” at Little Aston Recreation Ground

Services

Psychological Assessment,  Treatment, Training, Consultancy, Coaching, Supervision

Organisational mediation and reports, may be undertaken

I am registered with majority of the Insurers including    Aviva, Axa, Bupa, Cigna, Vitality, WPA

I also work with self funding patients and group sessions

  • Face to face consultations
  • Telephone consultations
  • Whatsapp video
  • Skype video (no login or app required on PC)
  • "Walk-and-Talk" at Little Aston Recreation Ground

Training

I offer teaching and training opportunities for nursing staff in the form of  Level 1 and Level 2 communication skills (NICE 2004 guidance)

Alongside the training, I can also help with staff development in the form of debriefing, supervision and coaching.

See the About Me page for more about me!

I currently practise from three locations.

See the Contact page for full details:-
– Mulberry Offices in Mere Green, Sutton Coldfield
– Spire Little Aston
– Spire Parkway, Solihull
– “Walk and Talk” at Little Aston Recreation Ground

Publications

  • Oza, T., Lakhani, S., Leidbling-Kalifani, H (2011). South Asian in the united Kingdom and Specialist Services: Clinical Psychology Doctoral Thesis, Paperback. Lakhani, S (2010). Cancer Survivors Group.
  • Warner E., Lakhani, S., & Lehl, S. (2008). Investigation into stress experienced by Clinical Nurse Specialists and Macmillan Nurses working in Oncology and Palliative care in Walsall tPCT. Cancer Action. Edition 26. October 2008
  • Warner E., & Lakhani, S. (2007). Investigation into stress experienced by Clinical Nurse Specialists and Macmillan Nurses working in Oncology and Palliative care in Walsall tPCT. Winning Walsall tPCT Research for Star Quality IV. 2007.
  • Lakhani, S., Wright, S., & Gregory, r. (2000). Cultural and Religious influences on Self-Management amongst Gujrati speaking Hindus with Type-II Diabetes. Presentation to Diabetes UK at Chamberlain Hotel, Birmingham on November 17th 2000.
  • Lakhani, S., Wright, S., & Gregory, r. (2000). Cultural and Religious influences on Self-Management amongst Gujrati speaking Hindus with Type-II Diabetes. Race and Culture in Clinical Psychology, Autumn Edition, 1-8.
  • Murray, G., McKenzie, K., Kidd, G., Lakhani, S., & Sinclair, B. (1998). The Five Accomplishments – A Framework for obtaining user feedback in health service community learning disabilities team. Mental Handicap, vol. 26(3), 94-99.
"My life as changed so much, I have not had any panic attacks or anxiety experiences at all this year and totally loving life"
"I am in such a great place now and I thank you from the bottom of my heart"
"Very enjoyable course. Most interesting. Shradha was a very natural, good speaker who gave such good examples of how to relate theory into practice. I am looking forward to being able to use what I have learnt in my work/home life"

Some of the companies I work with

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