We are so pleased to announce that we have four new Assistant Psychologists at our Keeping Well Service.
Welcome Monica, Emma, Rebecca and Rhiannon!
Find out more about them below, for all our Keeping Well team members, click here.
Hi I'm Monica and I am an Assistant Psychologist working in the Keeping Well Service.
I have previous experience working with ex-offenders in the community, supporting them to successfully reintegrate into society and live a crime-free life. This role was very intense and highlighted to me the importance of emotional and wellbeing support for staff.
In my current role as an Assistant Psychologist within the Keeping Well Service I will be helping and supporting NHS staff and health and social care staff with resources to manage their wellbeing.
Hello, my name is Emma, and I am one of the Assistant Psychologists working for the North West London Keeping Well Service.
Having worked in the NHS during COVID-19, I am aware of some of the challenges that staff members have experienced, a key one being, having the time and energy to prioritise self-care.
I am looking forward to helping you access psychological support in a way that works around your schedule and enables you to continue doing the amazing work you’re doing.
Hello my name is Rebecca and I’m an Assistant Psychologist with Keeping Well.
I've worked therapeutically with children and families in the areas of autism, learning disability and trauma. I also have experience supporting adults facing mental health difficulties.
I have a passion for carrying out high quality research. I previously worked on a large study which focused on informing government policy in relation to children, youth and families.
I have a particular interest in trauma-informed and compassion-focussed approaches. My role within the Keeping Well service is to assist staff by helping them find appropriate supports and resources to manage their wellbeing.
Hi there, my name is Rhiannon and I am an Assistant Psychologist in the Keeping Well Service.
My previous experience has focused on helping those with mental health difficulties reintegrate back into the community alongside running community mental health groups. I also have further training in supporting those in mental health crisis and individuals with Autism.
My role within Keeping Well is to provide a listening ear to those that need it. We aim to provide support and advice for health and social staff with their mental well-being as well as assist them in accessing psychological support.