Clinical Supervision 

Having worked in the NHS for many years and working herself up to a Lead Clinician post, means that
Dr Lamba developed skills and experience in clinically supervising multi-disciplinary staff members. 
Dr Lamba is available to provide clinical supervision in the following specialities:

Perinatal Mental Health
Infertility Counselling
Culture, Ethnicity, Migration and Mental Health
Mental Health and South Asian Women
Psychological Health within the South Asian Population 
Eating Disorders
Body Image and Body Dysmorphia
Common Mental Health Difficulties

Research Supervision 

Dr Lamba has carried out research at Doctoral level and is able to provide research supervision for Trainee Psychologists, Psychotherapists, and those studying at Masters or Doctorate level. Areas of expertise within this field include:

Writing Research Proposals
Qualitative Research
Interpretative phenomenological Analysis (IPA)
Maternal Mental Health Research
Culture, Race and Diversity 

Consultation, Training & Workshops

Dr Lamba offers training services for various individuals and organisations. Areas of specialty include:

Developing an understanding of common mental health difficulties

Human emotions: Learning about the emotional regulation systems
How to support mothers during pregnancy and when returning to work after maternity leave
South Asian Mental Health

Career Development and Growth for BAME employees
How organisations can support mothers: psychological mindedness in the workplace
Culture, migration, diversity and inclusivity
Stress management and self-care

Embodying feminist thinking in the workplace 

Dr Lamba can design bespoke teaching or training packages, depending on your needs; please contact us to make enquiries.



Blue River Psychology

International House

24 Holborn Viaduct




Therapy clinic is based in London and the city of Brighton and Hove. However, due to the covid19 pandemic, only online therapy is available.

Online Therapy is not suitable for you if you are in crisis.

If you are contemplating suicide or believe you are at risk from harming yourself or others, please contact your GP, a crisis service you have already been linked in with, the Samaritans, or emergency services (including your local Accident & Emergency department and the/or the police).

Availability is by appointment only.

The best way to get in touch currently is by email:

A Specialist Service for Women and Mothers
© 2018 Blue River Psychology. All Rights Reserved.


  • Instagram Social Icon
  • Twitter Social Icon
  • Facebook Social Icon
  • LinkedIn Social Icon