Clinical Behaviour Therapist
Area of expertise
- Functional assessment
- Parenting approaches
- Feeding problems in ASD/ID
- Prader-Willi Syndrome
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
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.