Jeyda Ibrahim-Ozlu

Dr Jeyda Ibrahim-Ozlu has worked at Great Ormond Street Hospital for a year and is a psychologist within the Parenting and Child team.


Dr Jeyda Ibrahim-Ozlu’s areas of expertise are children with a background of abuse and trauma. Dr Jeyda Ibrahim-Ozlu provides individual treatment for complex trauma and PTSD using trauma-focused Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) as well as behavioural interventions for managing challenging behaviours. Outside of Great Ormond Street Hospital she also practices within adolescent inpatient settings, specialising in complex presentations of self-harm, eating disorders, psychosis and obsessive compulsive disorder. As well as evidence-based specialist CBT for these presentations, she provides cognitive analytical therapy and schema-focussed CBT informed interventions within both settings. 

Qualifications and training

Dr Jeyda Ibrahim-Ozlu obtained her doctorate in clinical psychology from Institute of Psychology, Psychiatry and Neuropsychology (IoPPN, King’s College London) in 2015. She is registered with the Health Care Professions Council.

Dr Jeyda Ibrahim-Ozlu is an honorary lecturer for IoPPN clinical psychology doctoral programme providing lectures on interventions for self-harm, clinical skills and diversity. She is currently a supervisor for psychology students, assistant psychologists and provides consultation on trauma-focussed interventions for members of her team.

Research interests

Dr Jeyda Ibrahim-Ozlu has conducted research in areas of assessment, presentation and interventions for maltreated children. She has also published in the areas of diversity with a particular focus on race and culture.

Dr Jeyda Ibrahim-Ozlu has a specific interest in the Tree of Life, Narrative Therapy approach and has developed intervention groups and evaluated them in various settings using this approach. She has disseminated her findings at national conferences. 


Dr Ibrahim-Ozlu can be contacted through the hospital switchboard 0207 405 9200, Ext 5577 (secretary).

Departmental reception is 0207 829 8679.