Dr Miriam Wade
BSc, MSc, ClinPsyD
Natasha has worked as a Registered Mental Health Nurse since 2013 following graduating from The University of Salford. She specialises in working with children and young people who identify under the LGBTQ+ umbrella; her pronouns are she/her.
Natasha has a passion for identity, gender and sexuality and has a good understanding of the emotional difficulties that can occur alongside this. She is the LGBTQ+ North Regional Lead as part of NHS England.
Natasha has attended training at Tavistock and Portman, Leeds and the Proud Trust regarding Gender Identity.
Natasha works within an NHS Child and Adolescent Mental Health Outpatient Service working with young people with a range of mental health and emotional difficulties and she has experience working with eating disorders, trauma and gender identity. She also works within a Transition Service for young people aged 16-18 and provides advice to families, schools and young people under the LGBTQ+ umbrella.
Natasha has delivered Self Injurious Behaviour training to a range of professionals.
Within her role in the NHS Natasha is the Practice Education Lead for student nurses and works within an embedded Dialectical Behaviour Therapy team as a DBT therapist.
She additionally has a qualification as an Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapist and works with young people who are experiencing symptoms of trauma. Natasha has also worked with the Resilience Hub supporting families and young people in the aftermath of the Manchester Arena attack.
Additionally Natasha has experience working as a Registered Mental Health Nurse in a private inpatient unit working with both adults and young people. Here, Natasha gained further experience of a range of mental health and emotional difficulties. Natasha developed her skills in different clusters of personality disorders and sexually offending behaviour and managing acute crisis, self injurious behaviour and suicidal ideation.
Prior to her role as a Registered Mental Health Nurse Natasha worked as a health care assistant on an inpatient mental health unit.
Natasha joined CAYP Psychology in 2018 and offers clinic appointments on Saturday mornings.
Rima has worked within the NHS for over ten years. She has developed a diverse portfolio of skills and knowledge, having worked across a variety of clinical settings during her Doctoral training, including mainly adult mental health services where she worked with people with mild, moderate and complex mental health difficulties in various community mental health teams (CMHTs). She also has a keen interest in clinical health based on her placement in London’s St Thomas’s Hospital, where she worked with adults presenting psychological difficulties relating to chronic pain.
She has an interest in helping people adjust to clinical health diagnoses, which often brings change and psychological difficulties.
Rima has been fortunate to gain experience outside of the NHS as she has also worked in higher education and voluntary/charitable organisations. She particularly enjoyed her placement at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), a University of London collegiate. Here, she worked with a diverse client population, consisting mainly of international students, majority of whom were from Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East and USA. As a result, she has been fortunate to gain exposure to working with global mental health issues.
After qualifying with her Doctorate degree in Counselling Psychology from the University of East London (2015), she moved to the North West to work at the Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust. She has been employed in this Trust since 2015, working in the community eating disorders service, with people from across the life span (children, adolescents, adults and older adults) presenting complex eating disorder problems.
Rima completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Greenwich (2005), gaining an upper-second class degree. Rima completed her Doctorate in Counselling Psychology at the University of East London (2015). Rima’s Doctoral thesis explored migrant Pakistani-Muslim women’s experiences of postnatal depression. She has specialised in working with mothers experiencing antenatal and postnatal depression and is currently expanding her practice in the perinatal mental health field.
Rima remains open in her therapeutic style and adapts her therapeutic framework in line with clients’ needs, whilst remaining mindful of research evidence for the best psychological approach. She uses an integrative approach, underpinned by psychodynamic principles and incorporating techniques from a variety of other therapeutic modalities, including – cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment Therapy (ACT), compassion focussed therapy (CFT) and humanistic approaches.
Rima runs a Saturday clinic at CAYP Psychology (in the future she is looking to expand her hours during the working week) from the Manchester City Centre clinic.
Registered Practitioner Psychologist and member of the Health Care and Professionals Council (HCPC, PYL32008)
Chartered Psychologist status within the British Psychological Society (BPS, 202541)
Member of the British Infertility Counselling Association (BICA)
Dr Rima Lamba, CPsychol
Miriam has worked as a clinician within the NHS for the past six years. Miriam has experience of working with people of different ages and backgrounds who are struggling with psychological distress. For example, she has worked within adult, older adult, learning disability, forensic and child mental health services. During her training as a Clinical Psychologist, Miriam chose to specialise in working with children, adolescents and their families who were experiencing a range of psychological and emotional difficulties. Miriam is currently employed by Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust where she continues this work. In particular, Miriam specialises in working with children and young people who have experienced trauma as well as families who are experiencing difficulties within parent-child relationships. Miriam also works with children and adolescents who are struggling with eating disorders and a range of other behavioural and emotional difficulties.
Prior to her role within the NHS, Miriam spent several years working as a research assistant at the University of Manchester where she contributed to mental health research. Miriam also spent time working within adult mental health services where she delivered face-to-face therapeutic interventions as well as computerised cognitive behavioural therapy. Miriam has also worked within education as both a teaching assistant and as a research assistant exploring mainstream educational provision for children with autistic spectrum disorders. Miriam has presented at conferences for the BABCP (British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies) and has published academic peer-reviewed journal articles on mental health. She has also written a book chapter on emotional regulation.
Miriam was awarded a first class honours degree from the University of Manchester for her Undergraduate Psychology degree (2006). She completed a Masters degree in Forensic Psychology at the Manchester Metropolitan University (2010) and she completed her doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the University of Manchester (2017). Miriam joined CAYP Psychology in 2018 and runs clinics in Stockport on a Monday morning.
Registered Practitioner Psychologist and member of the Health Care and Professionals Council (HCPC, PYL32317)
Chartered Psychologist status within the British Psychological Society (BPS, 295610)
Registered member of the newly formed Association of Clinical Psychologists
Registered Mental Health Nurse ; The University of Salford
Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapist
Dialectical Behaviour Therapist (DBT)
Weisberg, D.P., & Beck, S.R. (2010). Children’s thinking about their own and others’ regret and relief. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 106, 184-191.
Weisberg, D.P., & Beck, S.R. (2012). The development of children's regret and relief. Cognition & Emotion, 26(5), 820-835.
Weisberg, D.P. (2013). Children’s thinking about regret and relief (Doctoral Thesis)
Beck, S.R., Weisberg, D.P., Burns, P., & Riggs, K.J. (2014). Conditional reasoning and emotional experience: a review of the development of counterfactual thinking. Studia Logica, 102(4), 673-689.
Weisberg., D. (2015). The International Parenting Survey: Child, Parent and Family Experiences in the UK (Doctoral Thesis)
Wittkowski, A., Garrett, C., Calam, R., & Weisberg, D. (2017). Self-report measures of parental self-efficacy: A systematic review of the current literature. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 26(11), 2960-2978.
Ghosh, A., Rust, S., Weisberg, D., Canal, M., Wijburg, F. A., Vaz, F. M., & Jones, S. A. (2018). High dose genistein aglycone in Sanfilippo syndrome: Results of a randomised, double-blinded, placebo controlled clinical trial. Molecular Genetics and Metabolism, 123(2), S51-S52.
Dr Jenni Jardine, CPsychol
BSc (Hons), DClinPsy, PGDipCogTher
Psychology (BSc with Honours); The University of Northumbria Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (DClinPsy); University of Newcastle Postgraduate Diploma in Evidence Based Psychological Therapies for Children & Young People: Cognitive Behaviour Pathway (PGDipCogTher); The University of Manchester
Specialist LGBT Advisor
Mental Health Nurse
Daniel has worked for NHS services for over eight years. He has experience of working within mental health services for adults, people with learning disabilities and older adults experiencing dementia, but the majority of his experience is with children, adolescents and young people experiencing health, social, emotional and psychological difficulties. After he qualified as a clinical psychologist, he worked within Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust for Children's Psychological Services. He is currently employed by Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust and works within the Paediatric Psychosocial Department. In his work there, Daniel specialises in paediatric neuropsychology, and works into the paediatric epilepsy surgery, metabolic conditions, rare genetics, muscular dystrophy and neurofibromatosis teams.
Daniel obtained an upper second class undergraduate psychology degree at the University of Birmingham (2007) and completed his PhD investigating children's understanding and experience of regret and relief (2011). During his PhD, he published work in international peer-reviewed academic journals and presented his work at national and international conferences, including in Oxford, Nottingham, Birmingham, Denver, Las Vegas, Granada and Budapest. Daniel worked as a Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner for the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) rollout (2012) for two years. Daniel then went on to complete his doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the University of Manchester (2015), with specialist placements across Manchester and the North West, whilst developing a specialist interest in paediatric neuropsychology.
Daniel has served as the co-editor of the Developmental Psychology Forum, the newsletter of the British Psychological Society's Developmental Psychology Section.
Daniel founded CAYP Psychology in March 2016, and has seen it grow into a thriving psychological healthcare service for children, adolescents and young people across Greater Manchester and the North West.
Jenni has worked in the NHS since 2003 and as a Clinical Psychologist since 2011. She specialises in child and adolescent mental health and works with a wide range of emotional and behavioural difficulties, and with children and young people with autism spectrum conditions.
Post-qualification Jenni worked within Newcastle Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust and as part of her role was lead author on a systematic review about self-reported quality of life of young children with congenital health conditions.
Jenni has 5 years experience working within Manchester NHS Foundation Trust in CAMHS. As part of this service she also works with children with learning disabilities. Jenni offers evening and weekend clinics as part of CAYP Psychology from the Sale clinic.
Jenni completed her undergraduate psychology degree at the University of Northumbria (2002) and gained an upper second class degree. As an Assistant Psychologist Jenni was part of a child mental health research programme and was involved in several research publications. She also worked as an Assistant Psychologist at Booth Hall Children's Hospital. Jenni completed her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Newcastle University (2011). She was awarded a Postgraduate Diploma in Evidence Based Psychological Therapies - Cognitive Behavioral Therapy by the University of Manchester (2017).
Psychology (BSc with Honours); The University of Birmingham
Doctor of Philosophy, Cognitive Development (PhD); The University of Birmingham
Advanced Practice Interventions for Mental Health, Primary Care Pathway (PGCert); The University of Manchester
Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (ClinPsyD); The University of Manchester
Regulated by the Nursing and Midwifery Council
Natasha is a member of EMDR association and is working towards her accreditation in EMDR.
Dr Daniel Weisberg, CPsychol
BSc, PhD, PGCert, ClinPsyD