Reham Al Taher, MSc, Clinical Psychologist, Author

Reham Al Taher, MSc, Clinical Psychologist, is a child psychotherapist and the author of multiple books.

linkedin Reham Al TaherAcademic Experience

2019 – current: Trainee Clinical Psychologist at Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust (BSMHFT)
2018 – 2019: Assistant Psychologist at Psychologists in Primary Schools (PIPs)
2017 – 2019: Assistant Psychologist at Jung Institute for Free Analysis for Children and Adolescents (JIFACA)
2015 – 2016: Editor at


Degrees & Titles

Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at University of Birmingham, D.ClinPsy (2022)
Master of Science in Clinical and Health Psychology, MSc (2017) at Utrecht University
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, BA (2015) at Leiden University



Reham Al Taher is one of the authors of: An Introduction to the Middle East (and Beyond) 

2017: MSc thesis: To what extent do positive psychology interventions promote well-being and prevent negative functioning? (link)

2016: Researcher at Trimbos Institute; project title: Effectiveness of CBT for children and adolescents with depression: A systematic review and
meta-regression analysis. (link)

2015: Author of: The Investigation of the Relationship Between Drug Use, Impulsiveness, and Emotion Dysregulation (Amazon)

2012 – 2015: Research Assistant at the Bijlmer Project


For an extensive list of Reham’s publications, please see her Webster University page.

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