Dr Trevor Gedeon
Dr. Trevor Gedeon is a forensic psychiatrist who graduated in medicine from the University of Sheffield in 2009. He has been a member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists since 2013 and has presented his academic work at a number of national and international conferences. His work in psychiatry has involved working with persons of all ages and backgrounds, in a variety of settings. He has experience in managing substance use, depressive disorders, anxiety disorders, psychosis, and personality disorders. Dr. Gedeon has worked in the community, in psychiatric hospitals, in secure hospitals and in prisons. Dr Gedeon’s calm and competent demeanour enables him to work with some of society’s most complex individuals, helping to improve their mental health and abilities to function in the wider society. He works with a variety of patients who often have complex backgrounds and a mixture of complex problems. Dr. Gedeon has also acted as an expert witness for the prosecution and defence in
Crown Court cases. Within his work in the NHS, Dr. Gedeon enjoys teaching and supervising medical students, junior doctors and members of the multi- disciplinary team. He is actively involved in research and is currently undertaking a Masters in Mental Health Law.
The quest to enable others to reach their full potential and overcome their own personal challenges is what drives Dr Gedeon. He uses a combination of the skills he has learned in his career as a psychiatrist in listening to his clients and treating each as an individual with his in depth knowledge and experience of the Chimp Model to deliver the highest quality of care. Dr Gedeon has successfully used the Chimp Model in working with individuals, multinational corporate organisations, healthcare organisations, trainees and patient groups. A combination of Dr Gedeon’s professional skills and his personable, professional and enthusiastic manner shines through in all his work leading to exemplary results and satisfaction.