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Lecturer, Psychology, Middlesex University

Dr Tarek Younis is a critical clinical psychologist, and currently a Lecturer in Psychology at Middlesex University. His previous research explored the racialisation of Muslims as a result of statutory counter-terrorism policies in British mental health settings. He has written on Western Muslim identities and wellbeing; Islamophobia; the securitatisation and racism of healthcare settings; and the marginilisation of Muslims through colorblind policies. He teaches on the significance of culture, race, religion, globalisation and security policies on mental health interventions.


  • –present
    Newton International Postdoctoral Fellow, UCL Division of Psychiatry, UCL