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Accessible  Specialist Treatment and Support

The team

Lucy Corbett

Support Work means different things for different people and tailoring my approach to your individual needs is at the heart of what I do. My role within the Care Collective is to provide you with support around the challenges you are experiencing, and to support you with making changes.

I’ve been a Support Worker within mental health, and social care more broadly, for a number of years and I am currently studying Psychology at university.

Calum Munro

I’m a Psychotherapist, which means I’m a specialist in ‘talking therapies’.  I trained as a doctor and then a psychiatrist, specialising in psychotherapy. I have 20 years’ experience of mental health care in the NHS, over 10 years as a Consultant Psychiatrist. I only provide talking therapies now as I believe this is how I can help people best, so I no longer practise as a doctor or psychiatrist.

I first trained in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) but I now use Schema Therapy (ST) in which I am an advanced practitioner, for most of the work I do. I’ve worked a lot with people with Eating Disorders. I also have experience and training in therapy for people with Personality Disorders, Psychosis, Anxiety Disorders and Depression. I’ve done a bit of research, which you can look up here if you want to.

Making you feel comfortable and developing a real connection with you is what I’ll be aiming for. I have past experience myself of mental health problems and recognise how difficult it can be to get help. I started the Care Collective, as I want to provide help through talking therapy as a social enterprise, benefiting not just those who can afford to pay, but also those who can’t.

Cycling is also a big thing in my life – sometimes more than is entirely healthy for me!