Dr Danya Glaser, FRCPsych

Occupation: Consultant Paediatric Psychiatrist
Qualifications: MB,BS, DCH, FRCPsych
Explanation of  
Qualifications:
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery
Diploma in Child Health
Fellow of the Royal College of Psychiatrists
Address: Department of Psychological Medicine
Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children
Great Ormond Street
London
WC1N 3JH
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Office Telephone: 020 7829 8679
Fax: 020 7829 8657
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NHS Trust: Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Trust (web site)
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Legal references: (none at present)
Areas of Expertise: Psychosomatic disorders/Munchausen
Behaviourally disturbed adolescents and children
Severely disturbed children
Family therapy/child abuse cases (psychology)
Psychotherapy
Child abuse/family and child issues
Child emotional abuse
Child protection/risk assessment
Child adoption, foster care and wardship
Children in care / care proceedings
Child custody, contact and residence
Family functioning
Parent assessment / fitness to parent
Dysfunctional families / domestic violence
Families and mental illness/mental instability

Background information :-
Dr Danya Glaser has been a Consultant Child and Adolescent
Psychiatrist since 1983 and is now working in the Department
of Psychological Medicine at Great Ormond Street Hospital for
Children NHS Trust.

She has had a long-standing interest in child abuse and neglect.
This has included extensive clinical involvement with all aspects
including sexual abuse, emotional abuse and attachment, and
Fabricated or Induced Illness, and work on the interaction between
the law and child mental health. She has frequently acted as an
Expert Witness both in private and public law cases concerning
child care and welfare.

Dr Glaser carries out and has published research, teaches nationally
and internationally has written widely on various aspects of child
protection. Dr Glaser is president elect of the International Society
for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect and the Child
Psychiatry member of the Family Justice Council.

Av. no. of new instructions a year : 65
Geographical area of work : All of UK
Law Society:
1997

    

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