How are our services organised?
Psychological Services employ over 200 staff which include: a range of psychological therapists, including clinical and organisational psychologists, psychotherapists, counsellors, assistants and trainees on the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology programme at the University of Sheffield, as well as related support staff. Our services are part of Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS Foundation Trust (SHSC) and are organised into the following Divisions:
Adult Mental Health Clinical Psychology
Head of Division: Sheena Mansell
- Psychological services provided in Adult Mental Health, working across 'Acute, Community and Primary Care' and 'Recovery, Rehabilitation and Specialist Mental Health Services', within SHSC.
Disabilities Clinical Psychology
Head of Division: Alick Bush
- Psychological services provided into disabilities, both within and outside SHSC, and into Rotherham services.
Health and Medical Clinical Psychology
Interim Head of Division: Deborah Gamsu/Rebecca Haines
- Psychological services provided into physical health services.
Primary Care Psychological Therapies
Professional Lead: Helen Knight
- Provides a counselling service in GP practices across Sheffield.
Older Adult Clinical Psychology
Head of Division: Fiona Goudie
- Psychological services provided into older adult mental health, Intermediate Care (NHS Sheffield), stroke and healthcare for older people.
Head of Division: Carol Borrill
- Provides services that promote organisational effectiveness in health and social care organisations, for example, improving the design and function of jobs, teams, services, whole organisations, inter-organisational/agency working and inter-team relationships and processes.
Interim Service Lead: Carol Borrill
- Provides a staff counselling service for health and social care organisations across South Yorkshire.
University of Sheffield
Director of Clinical Practice, Clinical Psychology Unit: Jan Hughes
- Training, teaching and research links with the University of Sheffield, managing clinical tutors and 60 trainees on the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology programme.
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This page was last updated on 19th November 2012