The current team for the HTSN projects are: Dr Sadie Thomas-Unsworth, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Clinical Lead of HTSN; Ginette Corr, Associate Director – Occupational Health and Programme Lead of HTSN,
Dr Sangeeta Sawlani Ramos, Principal Clinical Psychologist, Long Covid Project Lead, Dr Hannah Mustard, Clinical Psychologist, HTSN Workshops Lead, Charlotte Rees, Senior Medical Secretary and Assistant Psychologist)
Dr Sadie Thomas-Unsworth
Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Clinical Lead for the Healthier Together Support Network
Alongside her role in the support network, Sadie is the Consultant Lead Psychologist for staff support at UHBW. Sadie has been involved in developing and delivering staff support to health and social care staff for the past 10 years.
Sadie is joint lead of the Association of Clinical Psychologists Staff Health and Wellbeing Network and is involved nationally in developing and supporting best practice around workforce wellbeing. Sadie has a particular interest in working with teams and workforce leaders.
Sadie is registered with the Health and Care Professionals Council (HCPC).
Dr Sangeeta Sawlani Ramos
Highly Specialist Clinical Psychologist
Sangeeta has worked as a clinical psychologist within hospital and community settings for the last 15 years. Sangeeta’s interest in staff wellbeing has developed throughout her experiences of working with health and social care staff and more recently with her involvement in the development and delivery of wellbeing services at UHBW.
Sangeeta has a particular interest in working with teams and BAME staff groups. Sangeeta is registered with the Health and Care Professionals Council (HCPC).
Professor Ingram Wright
Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Advisor to the Healthier Together Support Network
Ingram is the lead for Psychological Health Services at UHBW responsible for the delivery of psychology input across the trust and within services offered across the South-West of England. Ingram is keen to promote the integration of staff support with wider psychology services and staff training in psychological approaches and support for teams working under significant pressure.
Ingram is an Honorary Professor in Psychology at the University of Bristol, recognised for his support to professional development at a national level.
He is registered with both the Health and Care Professions Council and is a qualified Clinical Neuropsychologist Registered with the British Psychological Society.