London Mental Health Group عياده لندن للعلاج النفسي
London Mental Health Group                                              عياده لندن للعلاج النفسي

Always there when you need us

Personal contact is always important. Read on to find out more about our team.


Dr Saleh Dhumad



Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioural Sciences at The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences; USA


Consultant Psychiatrists

Cognitive Behavioural psychotherapist

Addictions specialist


Languages: English & Arabic



Dr Dhumad holds the degrees Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB) from the University of Mosul, Iraq (1994) as well as a Master’s Degree (MSc CBT) in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (London Metropolitan University, 2008). He completed his Higher Specialist Training in psychiatry at St Mary`s Higher Training Scheme in London. He is a Member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists MRCPsych (2004) and has been awarded a Certificate of Completion of Specialist Training (CCT) for his training in the UK. He is registered on the General Medical Council Specialist Register for General Adult Psychiatry and substance misuse (addictions). He is approved as having expertise in the assessment and treatment of mental disorders by the Secretary of State under Section 12(2) of the Mental Health Act (1983). He is a Member of the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapists (BABCP).


 General Medical Council (GMC) number 5197582



Dr Dhumad has worked as a full-time NHS consultant at Brent Mental Health Services, in Crisis Resolution and Home Treatment for 6 years, and General Adult and Rehabilitation consultant for 2 years. He has extensive experience in assessing and treating people from different ethnic backgrounds. Dr Dhumad started training as a psychiatrist in 2000 in Sheffield and then joined St Mary`s scheme in London.
He received Core training in adult psychiatry, old age psychiatry, learning disability, forensic psychiatry and substance misuse. Dr Dhumad received specialist training as a registrar in Adult psychiatry, Old age and Substance misuse (addictions).

Dr Dhumad has a special interest in the cognitive and behavioural understanding of mental health difficulties. He has obtained a Master’s degree in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy MSc. Therefore he adopts a unique multi-dimensional approach where he examines the person`s emotional wellbeing in the context of his/her cultural, spiritual, social, psychological and physical background.


International experience

Dr Dhumad was a very active member of the Royal College of psychiatrists’ international volunteers` scheme, training doctors in war zones such as the Middle East. He has been appointed as a trainer and lecturer at the Iraqi Board of Psychiatry. He established the first Cognitive Behavioural therapy training programme in the country. 

Dr Dhumad has been invited as an international speaker in a number of highly respected congresses and meetings such as the Royal College of psychiatrists Annual General Meeting 2009, 2010 and 2012,  the World Association of Cultural Psychiatry congress in London in 2012  and the World Psychiatric association congress in Romania 2013. The Action Forum conference in Washington DC in April 2016, and The British Association of Behavioural  and Cogitive Psychotherapists conference in July 2017


Staff Care Consultancy Work 


Dr Dhumad is a staff care consultant who provides stress management and resilience training to individuals and organisations, has worked with several international organisations and companies, such as Chemonics, Dexis, Internews, Creative and Adam Smith; Save the Children, Iraq Red crescent, Norwegian refugee council, International Rescue Committee, inCoStrat, Non-Violent Peace Force, Catholic Relief Service, War Child, Mercy Corps and relief international; he also provided training for humanitarian organisations working in Iraq, Syria, Yamen and worked with refugees in Greece, arranged by the US embassy in Greece. 




  1. Assessment of victims of torture, and PTSD within the Istanbul Protocol / for immigration tribunals (over 500 cases).
  2. Assessment of radicalisation, terrorism and extremism (7 cases high profile).
  3. Assessment of fitness to plea and stand trial; insanity; intent, the impact of mental health/drugs and alcohol on criminal behaviour. (over 250 cases).
  4. Family court (over 250 cases).
  5. Civil court and litigations
  6. Assessment of disability within the equality Act 2010


The practice team at a glance

Hadil Aloloum



individual / Family and Couple therapy 

Children and Adults 


Arabic and English 


MSc Family TherapyI nstitute of Psychiatry, Kings College

MA Counselling Wayne State University, Michigan, USA

BSc Psychology Middlesex University


Languages; English & Arabic


Hadil Aloloum is a Psychotherapist who has been working therapeutically with people within the US and UK over the last 13 years. As a Family Psychotherapist, Hadil has worked with families, couples, children and individuals. Areas of expertise include family and relationship difficulties and also mental health problems such as depression, post traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, self-harm , eating disorders and anger management. 


Trained at the world renowned Institute of Psychiatry ,  Hadil has been trained to deliver evidence based practice as prescribed by the National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE). Evidence based practice along with her warm interpersonal skills ensures clients receive a gentle , non judgmental person-centered service of a high clinical standard. 


Hadil is accredited with the United Kingdom Council of Psychotherapy (UKCP) and is currently working within the National Health Service (NHS) in the Royal London Borough of Kensington and Chelsea London and also private practice . Hadil delivers therapy and consultation in both Arabic and English. 




How to contact us

London Mental Health Group

consultation rooms 


Suite 4, 4th floor, Congress House, Lyon Road, Harrow HA1 2EN





Our consultation times

Monday to Friday 9am to 5 pm

Evenings and weekends with no extra cost



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