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Natasa Momcilovic

Clinical Behaviour Therapist


Area of expertise
  • Functional assessment
  • Parenting approaches
  • Feeding problems in ASD/ID
  • Prader-Willi Syndrome

Biography
Natasa Momcilovic works within the Intellectual Disabilities Team as part of the specialist Service for Complex Autism and Associated Neurodevelopmental Disorders (SCANND) and leads the Specialist Prader- Willi Service. She has over 23 years’ experience of supporting young people on the autism spectrum and/or with intellectual disability, in the management of mental health difficulties and behaviours that challenge.

Education and training
  • MSc in Mental Health Studies (United Medical and Dental School of Guy’s and St. Thomas’s), 1996
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Child Art Psychotherapy (United Medical and Dental School of Guy’s and St. Thomas’s), 1995
  • Master’s Degree in Special Education and Rehabilitation (University of Zagreb, Croatia), 1989

Publications
Bernard, S., Gratton, S. and Momcilovic, N. (2013), Mild to Severe Learning Disabilities Module, NHS Health Education England (E-learning).

Bernard, S., Gratton, S. and Momcilovic, N. (2010), "The importance of family: a case report", Advances in Mental Health and Learning Disabilities, Vol. 4 No. 1, pp. 17-19.

Chadwick, O., Momčilović, N., Rossiter, R., Stumbles, E., Taylor, E. (2001), A randomized trial of brief individual versus group parent training for behaviour problems in children with severe learning disabilities. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, Volume 29 (2), 151-167.