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Dr June Brown joined Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, King’s College London in 1995, having worked in the NHS for several years as a clinician and psychology manager. Her areas of expertise are help-seeking, providing psychological care for difficult to engage groups  and sources of informal care (e.g. friends, family, church). 

June completed her BSc at London University, MPsycho at Liverpool University & PhD at Birmingham University 



Research Interests:

  •  Help-seeking for mental health problems 
  •  Psychological care for difficult to engage groups (e.g. men, ethnic groups, GP non-consulters) 
  • Informal care (e.g. family, friends, religious leaders) 
  • Early intervention for mental health problems (e.g. 16-18 year olds, university students, pregnant mums) 


 June teaches on the topics depression, insomnia, self-esteem 

Expertise and Public Engagement:

June is a member of the current NICE Guidelines for depression Committee 

She is also a review editor in Mood and Anxiety Disorders, part of ‘Frontiers in Psychiatry’