Psychology & Psychotherapy Lead in Psychedelics
Liam (Nadav) Modlin (MSc, MBACP) is a psychological therapist, research associate and lecturer at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN) at King's College London. With an interest in psychopharmacology and clinical expertise in treating psychological trauma, at the IoPPN Liam works as a research therapist, clinical investigator and therapist trainer on studies exploring the safety and efficacy of psychedelics. Liam also conducts trauma-focused qualitative research investigating patients perspectives around symptoms, self-management, and experience of currently available and novel treatments for psychological trauma. His lectures at the IoPPN explore psychotherapeutic models in clinical trials investigating the safety and efficacy of psychedelics, the potential applications of psychedelic-assisted therapy in military populations and psychotherapy in MDD and PTSD. He is also the co-founder of the Maudsley Psychedelic Society Harm Reduction 'Integration' Group. Based in London, Liam has a private counselling & psychotherapy practice and has also worked in various NHS mental health services delivering psychodynamic psychotherapy and as a team Lead.