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Catherine Gallop
CYP IAPT Director
Alex Boyd
Deputy CYP IAPT Director
Sarah Dobson
Project Manager
Sarah is responsible for the day to day co-ordination of the South-West CYP-IAPT Community of Practice (CoP) and the CoP Executive Group. She works with colleagues to support services in the CoP to deliver service transformation related to CYP-IAPT principles through outreach activities, policy development and workforce development. Outside of work Sarah enjoys swimming in open water and walking with her Labrador.
Ann York
Clinical Lead
Ann has been part of the Collaborative since 2016. She chairs the Executive and Community of Practice and offers outreach support and training. She has national and international experience of improving children and young people's mental health services. If you want to know something about children and young people's mental health then she can probably find you the answer! Ann has two grown up daughters, one of whom has an autistic spectrum disorder. She loves waterfalls, rainbows and a mug of tea after a muddy walk.
Jonathan Parker
Based at the University of Exeter, but working across the CYP Mental Health care sector in the South West, Jonathan provides guidance to a range of statutory and voluntary sector services relating to the CWP and EMHP programmes. He works closely with national partners to successfully deliver key government initiatives both within and across organisational boundaries. He is an accredited CBT practitioner, psychotherapist and clinical supervisor and has undertaken post graduate leadership training. Jonathan has also taught on the Leadership and Service Transformation programme at the University of Exeter.
Caitlin Holme
Project Co-ordinator
Caitlin joined the team as Project Co-ordinator in May 2019, having previously worked in the CYP IAPT administration team for a year and a half. Her main responsibilities are communications, data and project support for the collaborative. Caitlin loves travelling and has previously lived in Mexico, the Netherlands and Chile.
Tim Tod
Participation Lead
Tim has been a member of the Collaborative since 2015 and has worked for the University of Exeter as the Participation lead. He works alongside others in the Collaborative to share and build up the evidence base of best participation practice. He has spent the last 30 years working with children and young people; mostly within the charitable youthwork and informal education sector, and is currently working within formal education Tim is married, with 3 children, 5 grandchildren and 2 foster children, and lives on Dartmoor alongside an ever growing family and a mix of dogs, cats, horses, sheep and chickens