Dr Iyabo Fatimilehin


Just Psychology is led by Iyabo Fatimilehin who is its Company Director.  She is a clinical psychologist with 20 years' experience of working in the NHS; the last ten of these at consultant level.  She worked specifically with children and families within Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) in which she specialised in working with children and families from Black and minority ethnic communities. 

Iyabo's skills include therapeutic work, assessment, training, consultation, supervision, and report writing.  She has experience of service development and management, staff management, expert witness work, facilitation of community participation and community development, research, evaluation, writing applications for funding, and monitoring reports. 

Iyabo is an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society, has chartered status, and is registered as a practitioner psychologist with the Health Professions Council (Registration No: PYL15125).

Iyabo's Publications


Fatimilehin, I, Hassan A.  2016.  Parenting In Nigeria: Extended Family Systems and Religious Diversity. Contemporary Parenting A Global Perspective.


Fatimilehin, I, Butterworth R, O'Shaughnessy R, Göpfert M.  2015.  Assessment of parents for the court. Parental Psychiatric Disorder: Distressed Parents and their Families.


Fatimilehin, I, Hunt K.  2013.  Psychometric Assessment Across Cultures. Assessment and Development Matters. 5(3)
Fatimilehin, I, Hassan A.  2013.  Working with Black and Minority Ethnic Children and Their Families. Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Children and Families.


Fatimilehin, I, Hassan A.  2010.  Working with children of African heritage: The implications of extended family systems. Clinical Psychology Forum. 205(January. Special Issue: Children and Young People)




Fatimilehin, I, Dye L.  2003.  Building Bridges and Community Empowerment. Clinical Psychology. 24


Fatimilehin, I, Raval H, Banks N.  2002.  Child, Adolescent and Family. Clinical Psychology, ‘Race’ and Culture: a training manual.


Patel, N, Fatimilehin I.  1999.  Racism and mental health. This is madness: A critical look at psychiatry and the future of mental health services.
Fatimilehin, IA, Coleman PG.  1999.  ‘You've got to have a Chinese chef to cook chinese food!!’ Issues of power and control in the provision of mental health services. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology. 9(2: Special Issue: Power, the Environment & Community Psychology)