Dr Qadri, is a Consultant in Forensic Psychiatry and Medical Psychotherapy specialising in psychoanalytic psychotherapy. He is the lead clinician in the NHS for a Medium Secure inpatient personality disorder service. Part of his work is based within the specialist psychotherapy service team assessing treating and consulting on patients in a community setting.
Other responsibilities include providing specialist input into maximum security prison advising on psychodynamic formulations.
He is on the specialist GMC register with expertise in Forensic Psychiatry and Medical Psychotherapy having received a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery degree (MBChB) from the University of Manchester. Other relevant accreditation includes membership of the Royal College of Psychiatry and registration with the British psychoanalytic council. Following his foundation training in medicine and surgery he spent a number of years working in a busy city emergency department. He later specialised in psychiatry completing a master’s degree in psychoanalytic psychotherapy. He also received a bachelor’s degree passing with honours from the University of Manchester in computer science with a special interest in neural networks and artificial intelligence.
His current area of research is anxiety, psychosexual development, psychopathy and unconscious workings and their impacts on personality development and mental health.