Dr Sajdah Zaman is an experienced senior clinical psychologist registered with the HCPC, a statutory regulator of health and care professionals in the UK. She is also a chartered psychologist with the British Psychological society. Dr Zaman has over 16 years of experience working with in the NHS in range of mental health settings, including inpatient, outpatient, and acute settings and has worked within teams to think holistically about client care. She now works privately at Sloane Court Clinic.
Dr Zaman specialises in working with a range of general mental health issue such as anxiety, adjustment issues, panic disorder, mood disorders, anger, low self -esteem, stress, and interpersonal difficulties. She has experience of working with psychological issues that can cause a strain on wellbeing, for example having unrelenting standards, subjugating one’s needs, self-sacrificing, people pleasing etc. The main therapeutic approaches she utilises are cognitive behavior therapy, solution focused therapy and schema informed therapy.
In addition, Dr Zaman has significant experience of working with eating disorders and is trained in the main therapies to treat eating disorders, these include, Enhanced Cognitive Behaviour Therapy ) CBT-E, Maudsley Model of Anorexia Nervosa Treatment for Adults (MANTRA), Specialist Supportive Clinical Management (SSCM) and Brief Cognitive Behaviour therapy for non-underweight eating disorders (CBT-T).
Dr Zaman places great emphasis on the importance of building a secure and trusting therapeutic relationship and works in a compassionate way to help clients improve their psychological wellbeing. In her practice Dr Zaman makes the best use of current evidence-based practice to guide individual interventions.
Dr Zaman has been a visiting lecturer teaching at University College London. In addition, she has provided training and supervision to clinical psychology trainees on the London Doctoral training courses as well as supervision of qualified clinical/counselling psychologists.
Dr Zaman completed her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Royal Holloway, University of London and she has an MPhil from the University of Birmingham.