Celebrating the achievements of our consultants and associates across the globe
Firstly we would like to congratulate Professor Mark Wetherall upon becoming a Professor in Health Psychology at the University of Northumbria. We look forward to his future collaborations with Studio 3, particularly in terms of ways to reduce carer stress.
Best wishes to Daniel Rippon who has just submitted his PHD thesis at Northumbria University on hair cortisol concentration and work related stress in carers who deal with challenging behaviour. His collaborative work with us is only just beginning with this Studio 3 funded project, and we are excited about what the future holds!
We are delighted to welcome Camille Trueman to the team as our new assistant psychologist. Millie has previously worked in both NHS and private sectors, and has a vested interest in supporting those with mental health difficulties. She will be working closely with our clinical services team
In addition, we would like to congratulate Martin Galvin on receiving Principle Trainer status in Ireland, working alongside Paul Phillips and our colleagues in Ireland to deliver Studio 3's training courses in Dublin and Tralee.
And finally, we acknowledge Scottish Autism who this year celebrate their 50 year anniversary! They provide a vital service in Scotland, enabling people living with autism and supporting them at all stages of their lives. For more information on the work they do, visit their website here.