A broad range of experience of working in mental health services particularly in a community context.
Particular interest in the role and influence of lived experience in developing and shaping service provision, as well as an on going commitment to working with families living alongside mental health difficulties and their role in recovery.
Extensive experience working in both leadership and clinical roles within varying fields of mental health, particularly in early intervention services.
Keen interests include political and social contexts of recovery; mental health and psychiatry.
Experience in varied managerial, clinical and educational settings within the NHS and the third sector.
Particularly interested in utilising evidence based findings from research and service user narratives to support recovery in all settings including acute work.
Working with families is a passion of mine, in part because they can often feel isolated from the care process when someone is experiencing distress; my current studies are helping me to develop in this area.
Responsible for all administrative work within the Recovery Education Unit, roles include; management of course applications; supervision and academic timetables; overseeing of registration processes and submission of assignments.
Lynne has worked within university administrative settings for many years and has a core role within the Recovery Education Unit.