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Lucy has been with Cygnet Hospital Derby since opening in 2010; she initially worked within the medical administration department for several years and implemented efficient and accurate systems that changed the way medical administration works within the hospital.
Following promotion to General Manager in 2017, Lucy is now the responsible line manager of Reception and the wider Admin team, as well as all non-clinical staff including the estates and catering teams. Working with individual team members, Lucy ensures the non-clinical departments run smoothly to meet targets and provides support to management and other departments as required.
Marie qualified as a nurse having completed her degree at Kings College London. She has worked for Cygnet for over 3 years, having started her career with Cygnet at Cygnet Hospital Kewstoke with experience in male acute services, whereby she took a lead role in taking the ward through the AIMs process leading to an excellent accreditation being awarded. She then went on to specialise in inpatient personality disorder services. She has worked as a Staff Nurse, Clinical Team Leader and progressed to Ward Manager of Alvaston Ward in July 2016, re-locating to Cygnet Hospital Derby. Marie has learned a lot about the Clinical Manager role and took on Clinical Manager in 2020.
Marie has a passion for ensuring that patients are always placed at the centre of their care and least restrictive practice principles are at the heart of the service.
Dr Dale has been a consultant in general adult psychiatry for the last 10 years, with experience of treating a wide range of complex mental health conditions. She trained at the University of Birmingham Medical School and did her basic and higher specialist training in the West Midlands.
Jenny has a particular interest in psychosis, complex trauma conditions (including the use of trauma-sensitive yoga), and the role of the Arts in challenging stigma. She has also been involved in medical education and has held posts as Honorary Clinical/Senior Clinical Lecturer at the University of Birmingham.
Dr Tamal De, FRCPsych, is an experienced Consultant Psychiatrist with specialist accreditation in General Psychiatry, Old Age Psychiatry as well as Liaison Psychiatry. Dr De trained in various regions of the UK in multiple specialties. He worked within the UK as Consultant Psychiatrist and Associate Medical Director with the NHS for many years before joining the Independent sector in 2019.
He believes in delivering excellence in clinical services through teamwork, training and professionalism and takes a great interest in improving professional training and development within organisations as well as developing services to meet evolving commissioning needs. He enjoys working with patients having complex and diverse difficulties including with personality and takes an eclectic approach to treating the client group on Alvaston Ward.
Louise has been a Registered Mental Health Nurse since March 2008. She has worked in acute and forensic settings before commencing her employment at Cygnet Hospital Derby in 2011. Louise started working at Cygnet as a Senior Staff Nurse and progressed on to become Deputy Ward Manager and in September 2015 was appointed Ward Manager of Litchurch Ward. Louise acted as Clinical Manager in early 2020 and gained further insight into the role, helping staff implement the new Incident Management System.
Louise completed her Bachelor of Arts in Psychosocial Interventions in 2012. Louise is the Infection Control Lead at Cygnet Hospital Derby and continually points out areas of improvement and feeds back findings at the Infection Control Meetings. Her passion outside of work is walking her dogs and baking.
Luke started working at Cygnet Hospital Derby in January 2017 as a Staff Nurse. He has since stuck with his ambition and his caring nature helped him progress to Clinical Team Leader, Deputy Ward Manager and he has recently attained position of Ward Manager. Luke qualified from Nottingham University with a master’s degree in Mental Health Nursing which he passed with a distinction.
Luke has a brief background in Drama & English with a BSC (Hons) degree and also did a Joinery apprenticeship. Luke wanted to help make a difference and so had a career change, starting work as a Bank Nurse at the mental health sites at Kingsway Hospital and the Radbourne unit.
Luke is professional and hardworking but always makes time to have a laugh with his colleagues and the Service Users alike.
Outside of work, Luke likes socialising with family and friends, playing sports such as football and practising boxing as well as keeping active by going hiking.
Andrea started work with Cygnet in 2014 as Forensic Psychologist and officially became Lead psychologist in 2016. Andrea has several qualifications in Psychology and has worked as a qualified psychologist for many years. Andrea aims to provide the highest standard of psychological services to service users.
Andrea carries out assessments of Service Users before admission to the hospital, runs Psychology groups such as DBT sessions and other 1:1 sessions with Service Users, she communicates with the clinical teams, relatives and commissioners alike, maintaining the CPA 20 standards to a great level and provides reports to the MHA team ready for CPA meetings.
Andrea leads a brilliant and dedicated team of psychologists and assistant psychologists and also trains and supervises students that come for a placement at Cygnet Hospital Derby. Andreas warm, charismatic and caring nature make her the ideal Lead of the psychology team.
Sara started as Substance Misuse Worker for Cygnet Hospital Derby in 2013 and continues to improve interventions for service users on all wards. Sara has worked with Substance and Alcohol Misuse for over 21 years.
Sara has experience with hostels helping people resettle back into the community and worked with Addaction for 12 years prior to Cygnet Hospital Derby where she worked as part of a recovery team offering 1:! Psychosocial interventions, group work and complimentary therapies, working within the Criminal Justice System with Tier 3 alcoholics in Derbyshire. Sara uses her experience from the community when working with service users and finds new ways to support and engage service users struggling with addiction, changing packages as her experience in mental health grows.
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