Rhiann Jamieson completed her doctorate in clinical psychology at Royal Holloway University of London in 2013. Following this she spent five years working in HIV and sexual health services where she developed a special interest in women’s sexual health and in the role of psychology in the treatment of vulvodynia.
She joined the dermatology in psychology team at Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital in 2018. She provides psychological assessment, therapy and consultation to patients accessing the vulval, general dermatology and psoriasis services.
In addition to work with patients, Rhiann contributes to departmental teaching and training around psychology and mental health within dermatology.
Education and training
- Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, Royal Holloway University of London (2013)
- Master of Arts in Psychology, first-class honours, University of Glasgow (2005)
- The psychological impact of vulval skin conditions
- the role of psychological factors in the treatment of vulvodynia
- body dysmorphia and compulsive skin picking
- compassion focused therapy
- systemic therapy.