Professor Helen Pote

Personal profile

Helen is Clinical Director and Deputy Programme Director for the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program. She is registered with the Health Professions Council and is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist with experience of working with children and families across a variety of health and education services. Helen chairs the Digital Healthcare Committee for the British Psychological Society, Division of Clinical Psychology. She established and chairs the South East Research Network for schools at RHUL.

Helen’s research focusses on child mental health and behaviour, adolescent cognitive processes, family functioning and mental health literacy. She has eveluated the process and outcomes of systemic and cognitive-behavioural interventions for young people. Her recent research examines the development and evaluation of digital interventions to support mental health for young people, families and schools. She developed MindAid.org - a mental health literacy app for teachers and young people.

Helen is on the editorial board of the Journal of Family Therapy and has written as part of an MRC funded project developed a manual for systemic therapy which is used internationally for research and psychotherapy education. 

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