Lisa has had a long career in a variety of mental health settings within the NHS. She originally trained as a mental health nurse and subsequently worked in inpatient and community settings with adults, children, young people and their families. She completed a Masters in Family and Systemic Psychotherapy at the Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust and more recently, a postgraduate diploma in Evidence-Based Practice leading to qualifying as a Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist.
As well as being a CWMT Trainer, Lisa works part-time in clinical practice for Berkshire Healthcare Foundation Trust and part-time leading the PPePCare training project in Berkshire, as part of a Thames Valley wide project delivering training to frontline professionals in evidence-based approaches in children and young people’s mental health. She also provides training at Oxford University and The University of Surrey on their Doctoral courses in Clinical Psychology.
Lisa delivers training mainly in the Thames Valley and covers most aspects of children and young people’s mental health including:
Post-traumatic Stress Disorder
Lisa’s training is mainly aimed at professionals but she also delivers training to parents and to children and young people.
Find out about our schools and families programme here.
“The training from Lisa enabled me to feel more confident about what to say, when to say it and to have a clear and positive endpoint in mind. More importantly, I felt I was listening carefully to what the student was sharing and could respond in a more supportive way. A big thank you to Lisa for making this part of the job a little less daunting!”
“A really good, useful meeting that has already helped us manage depressed/anxious adolescents with some top practical tips. Altogether a really helpful hour.”