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Nanday joined Cygnet Hospital Woking as a Clinical Team Leader in 2015. She rapidly settled in the team and unit. Her hard work and diligence led to her achieving the position of Greenacre Ward Manager soon after. Her passion for her job was displayed by her hard work as she successfully guided her ward and multidisciplinary team through three successive CQC reviews obtaining Good results.
Nanday is highly committed to patient-centred care and safe practice whilst implementing least restrictive practice. Nanday has been consistently recognised by her colleagues and management for her skills, achieving employee of the month and eventually entrusted to fulfil the role of Acting Clinical Manager earlier in 2018.
Having successfully acted in this capacity, she was subsequently confirmed as the new Clinical Manager for Cygnet Hospital and Cygnet Lodge in Woking.
Since qualifying as an RMN in 2007 Lindah has gained experience in a variety of setting including; CAMHS, adult mental health settings for low secure, acute and rehab in both the NHS and private health care settings.
Lindah currently works as the ward manager for Oaktree Ward, a low secure for female service users and has been a member of the Cygnet Hospital Woking (formerly known as Alpha Hospitals) since 2007. Current responsibilities include being the link nurse for preceptor nurses.
Anne joined Cygnet Hospital Woking & Cygnet Lodge Woking in February 2021 from The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple, London, one of the Inns of Court, where she held the position of Head of Catering and Events. Anne began her hospitality career in her home country Germany and continued her professional path internationally.
Anne came to the United Kingdom in 1996, and worked in London at The Langham, The Landmark and The Savoy where she held the position of Banqueting Manager, the first female to hold this position in its history. Anne continued her career at The Grove in Hertfordshire as the Director of Events, before joining The Petersham Hotel in Richmond as Deputy General Manager.
Dr Church studied medicine at the University of Cambridge and undertook general psychiatric training at South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust. He trained in child and adolescent psychiatry on the Maudsley rotation, and then in forensic psychiatry at West London Mental Health NHS Trust, subsequently working as a Consultant Psychiatrist and Lead Clinician in the London Borough of Lambeth.
After working in the NHS for over 15 years, in November 2017 Dr Church joined Cygnet Woking as Medical Director and Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist on Oaktree Ward, a Female Low Secure Unit. He is passionate about quality improvement, recovery and involvement of service users and family in care planning and the delivery of services.
Dr Church also has longstanding academic interests in offender health, youth justice, safeguarding and medicolegal aspects of forensic psychiatry including fitness to plead, psychiatric defences, risk assessment and risk management. He is an Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, King’s College London, and serves on a number of national and international boards and committees.
Dr. Charlotte Keeling is a Chartered Consultant Clinical Psychologist who has experience within both the NHS and private services. As the Head of Therapies at Cygnet Hospital Woking she is responsible for the psychological, occupational therapy and social work provision at the hospital.
She has worked in a wide range of mental health services including working for South London and Maudsley Trust, Kings College, Rehabilitation and Forensic Assertive Outreach Team - High Support Team. In addition she also worked at Westways Formulation, Intervention and Recovery Service again for South London and Maudsley Trust, Kings College. She has also worked in an Assertive Outreach Team in Southampton and in the CAMHS adolescent service here at Woking.
She enjoys working predominantly with difficult to engage service users and has a particular interest in Psychosis. Dr. Keeling has an MSc. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Manchester. She has further completed a Post Graduate Diploma in CBT for Psychosis at Kings College London. Dr. Keeling leads a coping with voices group here at Cygnet Hospital Woking.
Julie has over 25 years of experience within Customer Services having spent the majority of that time within Informa UK which is an Events & Publishing House which she joined in 1989 as a junior and left in 2007 as a Customer Services Manager (Life Sciences & Documentation Division).
Julie decided to take a change in direction in terms of her career and joined Alpha Hospital in 2009 as a temporary Medical Secretary following a short assignment Julie was taken on as a permanent member of staff and subsequently became the PA to the Medical Director and was then appointed the position of Office Manager.
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