Dr Teresa Gomez Alemany is a highly-skilled consultant paediatric and adult psychiatrist.
In 2013, Dr Gomez Alemany became licenced in medicine from the University of Barcelona. She continued her training in 2016 obtaining her first master’s degree in mental health research focusing her research to better understand the mechanisms underlying mental health conditions after trauma in childhood. In 2018, she received another master’s degree in child and adolescent psychiatry from the Autonomous University of Barcelona writing her final thesis on adoptive children. Upon completion of her general training as a psychiatrist, Dr Gomez Alemany has received a fellowship award in child and adolescent psychiatry from Alicia Koplowitz foundation to pursue further studies in psychiatry in New York University in 2019. She is currently involved with Columbia University collaborating on a research study on mental health and immigration.
She was elected as a Board Member and Chair of the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Working Group for two consecutive years (2016-2018) in the European Federation of Psychiatry Trainees and also represented the European trainees for two consecutive years at the annual meeting of the European Union of Medical Specialists – Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Department. She attended several certified courses such as the “Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule Course – ADOS-2” and the “Autism Diagnostic Review Schedule Course – ADI-R”, and was also selected to participate in the “Workshop on Clinical Research Methods Course” organised by the European College of Neuropsychopharmacology and the “ABCs of Psychotherapy” organised by the “European Psychiatry Association Summer School” in Brussels.
Her professional background strikes a holistic and global approach by her experiences abroad as a psychiatrist including the Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm, Sweden (2012), Hospital Civil Fray Antonio Alcalde in Guadalajara, Mexico (2013), The Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne, Australia (2018-19), Hospital Nostra Senyora Meritxell in Andorra la Vella, Andorra (2020).
Throughout her professional career, Dr Gomez Alemany has been awarded with several international recognitions, including: The European Psychiatry Association Scholarship Award in Poland (2019); the Donald J. Cohen Fellowship Scholar given by the International Association of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Professionals in Czech republic (2018), the Japanese Society of Psychiatry and Neurology Fellowship Award received in Japan at their annual national congress (2018), the mention of the American Woman Psychiatrist Association with the Ellen Violett International Scholar received during the American Psychiatry Association Congress in San Diego, USA (2017), and the World Psychiatry Association Fellowship award, in Thailand (2021 – virtual due to covid).
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