This week we welcome one of the newest members of our team, Clayton Grant. Clayton joined us just at the start of the pandemic just before lockdown and so you might imagine this was a terrible time to start work but he rose to the occasion and proved himself very capable even in those trying times.
This week in our series titled Meet The Team, we meet Francesca Chantler who is a Therapist with a special interest in Eating Disorder problems.
In this weeks episode, Emily discusses the various stages of treatment, from primary care, through to secondary care, after care and even top-ups. Also Emily reveals the challenges of living on her own after having felt supported for so long and the importance of having a clear plan for recovery, such as the one we assist people in preparing called the CRP ( continued recovery plan ).
This week Aaron describes his journey at promis and also how he developed his professional interest in trauma work and specifically Somatic Experiencing.
This week we start a new series where some of our clients describe their process of coming into recovery.
Today, it’s our pleasure to introduce Thomas:
This week senior therapist Jackie Colligan explains how we use Trauma-Informed care to help our clients at Hay Farm.
This week Emily describes the process of training to become a therapist at PROMIS from her undergraduate psychology degree, through volunteering and then developing as a therapist. Emily also discusses the development of her conceptualisation of addiction and addictive processes and also the individualised approach she takes to helping clients.
This week we are proud to introduce Hay Farm’s chef and nutritionist John Harrison
In this weeks episode of “Meet the team”, Lucy Britton introduces us to Senior therapist Cathy Spendiff who discusses developing motivation to make changes and using horses in therapy.
This week we are proud to introduce you to our lead nurse, Joy Crick. In part of this interview she discusses how we have maintained the safety and security of our clients during this time of COVID.