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Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist,
Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust, Stockport.
Dr Wood trained and worked as a child and
adolescent psychiatrist in Manchester, taking up her first
consultant post in District CAMHS in 1995. She worked in Tier 4
services from 2001–2017, specialising in depression, self-harming
and eating disorders. She currently works in a community eating
disorder service and has also been involved in research. This
includes the RASH study and the ASSIST study, both of which looked
at the benefits of group treatment for adolescents who repeatedly
interests: None; I work entirely for the
NHS and the psychological intervention that I co-designed is not
Senior Lecturer in Mental Health Nursing,
Liverpool John Moores University.
Dr Trainor has over 35 years of direct
clinical experience working within Tier 3 and Tier 4 CAMHS,
latterly as a nurse consultant. She was Manager and Clinical Lead
for a specialist outreach/out-patient/day service attached to a
Tier 4 adolescent in-patient unit. She has spent over 20 years as
an active researcher and designed developmental group psychotherapy
(DGP) with Dr Alison Wood, which she has presented nationally and
internationally. Additionally, she has authored and co-authored
chapters in books and articles in leading journals and other peer
reviewed publications. Dr Trainor is also a professional core
member of the NICE Guidelines Committee currently producing
the updated guideline: 'Self harm: assessment, management and
preventing recurrence', which is due to be published in 2021.
Since 2016 Gemma has held the post of lecturer
in Mental Health at Kings College, London before taking up her
present position as Senior Lecturer in Liverpool in 2020.
Declaration of interests:
Senior Psychological Therapist (Cognitive
Behavioural Psychotherapist) with Looked After Children, Meadows
Care, Egerton House, Rochdale.
Dr Rothwell was in a research post for 20
years in the division of neuroscience and experimental psychology,
University of Manchester. Her PhD focused on the mental health
needs of boys in secure care, following this cohort up for 2 and 7
years of their lives. Dr Rothwell then secured research positions
on the RASH and ASSIST trials, looking at the effectiveness of
group treatment with adolescents who self-harm. This led to being
part of an even larger trial looking at family therapy as an
intervention for self-harming adolescents (SHIFT). Working with
adolescents motivated her to become a clinician and she went on to
qualify as a cognitive behavioural psychotherapist, working with
adolescents in the Looked After Care system.