Military and Police Psychology
mental illness, Psychometric Testing, psychological assessment
In addition to some of these previous details, Richard Sherry has worked in posts as the psychologist with the Fire Brigade and the National Service for Police Psychiatry, where he served as the co-ordinator for the National Service. He has also been the Lead treating Clinical Psychologist for Military inpatient treatment for seven years.
His interest in extreme environments and high performance stems from some of the experiences that have made him one of the foremost treating clinical psychologists working in London.
These clinical treatment demands have informed his wider work both in humanitarian medicine, disaster medicine and psychology, as well as with his interest in organisations and extreme environments. He is currently finishing further specialty training with a Diploma in Ethics and Philosophy of Medicine (DPMSA), in which he is specialising in developing new frameworks for improving disaster ethics.
Richard Sherry is also currently working towards completing his Fellowship in Wilderness Medicine (FAWM) and the Diploma in Conflict and Catastrophe Medicine (DCCM). He is very interested in the cross learning and development that can be gained in the most difficult environments and how this learning can positively help our development in all aspects of psychology to improve quality and meaning within our lives.
, Military Psychology
, Police Psychology
, psychological assessment
, Psychological Treatment
, Psychometric Testing