Meet the Team

Stacey Sharp – Hospital Director

Stacey has extensive experience of working in mental health, starting as a support worker within adult services in 2002, before going on to her nurse training and graduating at the University of Worcester as an Registered Mental Health Nurse. Since then Stacey has worked in adult inpatient services, CAMHS services and also within the general hospital within the all age liaison team on A&E.

Stacey has a passion for CAMHS nursing, having worked in both inpatient and outpatient CAMHS prior to stepping into a management role. Stacey has worked in both Clinical and Operational management roles within CAMHS. She is trained in and practices in Solution Focused Therapy, she utilises these skills within her management style.

Prior to working with Cygnet, she worked in a commissioning role, which included quality oversight of Tier4 CAMHS units, working closely with other healthcare providers, such as the CAMHS Provider Collaborative, the Integrated Care Board, local community teams, local authority teams and other Tier 4 services to ensure young people and their families and carers are offered a positive experience of services.

Stacey is passionate about service development and is a Quality Improvement Coach with the Institution for Healthcare Improvement, where she has successfully led and coached quality improvement programmes to improve patient experience from the front door through to discharge. She is also passionate about working with the team to provide the best quality of care for all young people and families/carers who access our services.

Dr Triveni Joshi - Medical Director/ CAMHS Consultant

Dr Joshi has extensive experience of working in CAMHS and Children’s Services. She has worked in both NHS and the Independent Sector prior to joining the Cygnet Group. Dr Joshi has both clinical and service development experience in areas of Community based CAMHS and CAMHS intellectual Disability services, Specialist ASC Schools and Tier 4 service inpatient units.

In her previous leadership role, as the Clinical Director of Cambian Group Dr Joshi played a pivotal part in developing the evidence based clinical model for their Children’s Services.

Her main areas of interest are Neurodevelopmental disorders and psychosis, but Dr Joshi works with young people suffering from depression, anxiety including OCD and BDD and early childhood trauma and attachment difficulties. She is trained in CBT, DBT and has also had training in psychotherapy and systemic psychotherapy. Dr Joshi has been involved in teaching and training and has presented at national and international conferences.

She has a real passion for design and delivery of evidence based and outcome focused therapeutic services for young people and young people in care. She is currently focused on improving the therapeutic milieu of inpatient settings.

Dr Karl Coldman - Consultant Psychiatrist

Dr Coldman has relocated from the North West of England, where he has worked as a CAMHS Inpatient Consultant since 2012, to join the team to work with us at Cygnet Joyce Parker. Dr Coldman qualified in Manchester in 1997 and initially trained in paediatrics for a number of years before focussing on completing training in psychiatry, to become a Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist.

He has worked in a range of services, and has extensive experience of working with children and young people with complex and multiple difficulties including treatment resistant psychosis; mood and anxiety disorders; somatisation disorders; early and complex trauma and attachment difficulties; neurodevelopmental disorders and learning difficulties; eating disorders; and Pervasive Arousal Withdrawal Syndrome. He has experience of working utilising a range of approaches and psychotherapeutic modalities within multidisciplinary teams, including CBT, DBT, psychodynamic psychotherapy and systemic family therapy.

He is committed to improving the standards of care and quality of inpatient CAMHS, implementing evidenced based good practice and has worked with a number of services in the past to achieve QNIC accreditation. He has interest in staff development and training and is a qualified appraiser. He has been extensively involved as a Clinical Supervisor, teaching and training junior doctors in the past, delivering Specialist CAMHS Academic Training Programmes and contributing to developing and delivering Core Trainee education programmes.

Tia Lord - General Manager

Tia joined Cygnet in 2016 as a general administrator, after gaining knowledge and experience during her time with the business, she was quickly promoted to HR administrator. In 2020 she joined Cygnet Joyce Parker Hospital as the Administration Manager before being appointed General Manager. Tia enjoys her role and doing whatever she can to support the service,

Stacey Spooner - CAMHS Lead

Stacey has worked in mental health for over 15 years, starting as a health care assistant within neuropsychiatry. Working with the women at the service inspired her to train as a RMN. Throughout her nursing career Stacey has worked across a range of inpatient services including locked rehab, PICU, secure forensic services and learning disability services.

Stacey joined Cygnet in 2020 as a clinical team leader on a CAMHS PICU, she has since been promoted to ward manager and subsequently CAMHS Lead. Stacey has a keen interest in QNIC, improving patient care by means of least restrictive practice and service improvement.

Dr Carl Rideout – Lead Psychologist

Carl is a HCPC registered Clinical Psychologist and member of the Association of Clinical Psychologists (ACP-UK). He has a Master of Science degree in Forensic Psychology and completed his Doctorate in Clinical Psychology in 2017. Since beginning his career in psychology as an Assistant Psychologist during 2010, Carl has worked in a variety of inpatient and community settings, delivering both individual and group-based therapies.

Carl joined Cygnet in January 2019 and became the Lead Psychologist at Joyce Parker Hospital in December 2020, where he leads an enthusiastic and committed team of qualified, trainee and assistant psychologists. In his day-to-day work Carl adopts a person-centred approach and uses a variety of therapeutic approaches, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Compassion Focused Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy.

Katie Condliffe - Head Occupational Therapist & Sensory Integration Practitioner

Katie qualified as an Occupational Therapist in 2014 from Salford University. Since qualifying, her focus has been on working in the area of children, young people and families. Katie has worked across a wide variety of settings during her career including; in-patient mental health, children’s care homes, specialist schools, and has additionally gained experience in supporting foster carers and working with Looked After Children’s Teams. Katie has worked within all of the CAMHS hospitals with Cygnet Healthcare and joined the team at Cygnet Joyce Parker as Head of Occupational Therapy in November 2020. In 2021, Katie qualified as a Sensory Integration Practitioner from Sheffield Hallam University. Katie is also the Clinical Lead Occupational Therapist for CAMHS and Eating Disorders services across Cygnet Healthcare.

Katie has a specialist interest in sensory integration, autistic spectrum conditions and trauma informed care. Katie has a passion for service design and implementing evidence based practice, creating trauma informed environments, and designing and delivering training to staff to maximise the support given to young people. Katie is committed to supporting young people to overcome barriers to occupations that are meaningful and valued to them; and to working alongside families and carers to ensure that young people are able to transition back to the community.

Louise Hales - Acting Ward Manager, Mermaid Ward

Louise studied Mental Health Nursing at the University of Lincoln, graduating in 2020. Whilst at University Louise worked as a support worker for Cygnet in a women’s personality disorder unit. Once qualified she briefly worked in the NHS on a women’s mental health ward before moving to Mermaid Ward at Cygnet Joyce Parker Hospital when it opened in 2020.

Louise was then promoted to a Clinical Team Leader on Mermaid in February 2022. Louise is currently covering for the Ward Manger who is on maternity leave. Louise loves working within CAMHS and finds it very rewarding. She is determined to provide the highest quality of care and feel that it is important to take a holistic approach.

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