Ottoline Hart

Ottoline Hart

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Ottoline Hart is our dedicated medical writer, an Oxford graduate, and a skilled psychotherapist with a wealth of knowledge in the field of mental health. With a Human Givens Institute qualification in Psychotherapy and Integrative Humanistic Psychotherapy from the University of Oxford, Ottoline’s expertise allows her to provide valuable insights and perspectives in her writing.

Beyond her professional qualifications, she actively volunteers as a Teaching Assistant and is also a Psychotherapist in Private Practice, where she offers compassionate support and guidance to individuals seeking mental health assistance. Ottoline’s passion for mental health advocacy and her commitment to providing reliable and empathetic content make her an invaluable asset to our team at MentalHealth.com.

Education

Brunel University
Master of Science (MSc), Psychology
2023 - 2024

Human Givens Institute
HG Dip. P, Psychotherapy
2020 - 2021

University of Oxford
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
2014 - 2017

References

Complicated Life

Human Givens Institute

Ottoline Hart

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All content on this page has been medically reviewed for accuracy by a qualified medical professional. Medically Reviewed
  • Feb 14th 2023
  • Est. 7 minutes read

Acute stress disorder (ASD) and PTSD, an acronym for post-traumatic stress disorder, are debilitating mental health disorders that can develop…

  • Written by Ottoline Hart
  • Medically reviewed by Morgan Blair
All content on this page has been medically reviewed for accuracy by a qualified medical professional. Medically Reviewed
  • Feb 1st 2023
  • Est. 11 minutes read

Postpartum psychosis is a rare and severe mental health disorder that can occur after pregnancy. Symptoms vary from person to…

  • Written by Ottoline Hart
  • Medically reviewed by Dr. Leila Khurshid
All content on this page has been medically reviewed for accuracy by a qualified medical professional. Medically Reviewed
  • Dec 22nd 2022
  • Est. 11 minutes read

Postpartum depression is a type of depression that affects parents within the first year following pregnancy. Symptoms can vary from…

  • Written by Ottoline Hart
  • Medically reviewed by Dr. Brittany Ferri, PhD