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Clinical
Dr Mirza Wasi Mohamad
Clinical Director
Dr Mirza Wasi Mohamad

"I believe in treating mental health conditions holistically and using variety of biological, behavioural and various holistic approaches alongside psychological methods"

I became a consultant in 2006 and have worked in various settings including community, crisis and home treatment as well as in-patient settings. I was also involved in senior management roles and worked as a Clinical Director in the NHS . After working in the NHS for over 20 years, I have established my own private practice.

Whilst I have experience of treating range of conditions, my special interest is in treating mood disorders and neurodevelopmental disorders including ADHD . I also have developed expertise in diagnosis of Autistic Spectrum Disorders and have trained via National Autistic Society and also undertaken training in ADIR and ADOS .

In the last few years I have used new treatment methods like TMS and more recently medical cannabis for treatment of resistant cases of depression, PTSD , ADHD and Pain Management.

I have keen interest in the evolutionary aspect of psychology and psychiatric disorders. I fell in love with Shrewsbury and whilst worked in different areas of UK, Shrewsbury which is the birth place of Charles Darwin remained my home and now the base of my own private set up.

It was my dream and passion to bring a range of holistic treatment options to help people in times of need and to get them back to living a fulfilling life and achieve their potential. The last 3 years have been immensely rewarding just doing that.

Having travelled more than 50 countries, I have tried to learn from different health care systems and endeavoured to apply the best approaches in my own clinical set up. The team in my clinic firmly believes in evidenced based treatment approaches but also applying them individually to each client's need.

Having been extremely lucky to work and learn from amazing role models during my own professional development, I find leadership roles very rewarding . It gives me chance to not only pass on my own ideas and experience but also learn from the young and talented professionals. I am a firm believer in science and lifelong evidenced based learning. It was a proud moment for me when CQC acknowledged the leadership aspect of my practice and considered it 'outstanding'.

Sabeen Mohamad
Consultant Psycho-therapist
Sabeen Mohamad

"My passion is to work with people in developing an understanding of their issues and to help them achieve a better and clearer strategy to empower them to deal with their issues and to lead a more balanced life."

I believe that in therapy, the most vital component is the therapeutic relationship. Most of us could have difficulties with attachment issues, environmental issues, rejection sensitivity, social expectations, trust or could have genetic predisposition to develop mental health issues. My passion is to work with people in developing an understanding of their difficulties and to help them achieve a better and clearer strategy to empower them to manage themselves resulting in a more balanced life.

I have always been very fascinated with human behaviours and attitudes in different environments and interpersonal interactions. This interest led me to take psychology as a career path. Over the years, I have acquired expertise in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing), CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy), Acceptance and Compassion focussed approaches in helping my clients. I also acquired accreditation with Tavistock Centre in Couple and Relationship Therapies.

Being involved in treatments of neurodiverse conditions, I have developed special interest in helping people with ADHD , Autistic Spectrum issues and mood disorders including Bipolar Disorders.

Frazer Funnell
Child and Adolescent Specialist Nurse Prescribing Consultant
Frazer Funnell

"Care should be holistic and person-centred. Individuals themselves are the most important resource in their own recovery; sometimes people just need help to unlock and focus their potential. That sums up my working approach and ethos, and the way I have practiced."

Prior to retiring from the NHS I had 37 years nursing experience; twenty years in adult services such as adult forensic services, drug addiction services, acute ward settings, and community settings, and seventeen years in Forensic Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (FCAMHS).

During my career I have engaged in treating such issues as eating disorder, PTSD , Attachment Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD , Psychosis and Schizophrenia, mood disorders (Bipolar and depressive disorders) and anxiety disorders, as well as a range of childhood traumas, behavioural challenges and difficulties. I have also lectured in universities, and other settings, on a range of mental health topics.

Franki Edwards
Neurodevelopmental Practitioner and Assistant Lead
Franki Edwards

"It is my aim that individuals should have confidence in not only their own abilities, but also their own uniqueness"

I have worked alongside Dr Mohamad since 2017, joining MHW as the company established in September 2017. Having been part of the service for some time, I am now assistant lead in the Neurodevelopmental Team (that includes CAMHS and Adults, ASD and ADHD assessments), I also support in the NHS and Private Psychiatric teams.

I have a background in psychology and fitness and I'm trained in ADIR and ADOS 2 assessments as well as other psychometric tools. My understanding and knowledge of developmental and diagnostic processes allows me to take some lead in assisting assessments, often completing the information gathering that helps other clinicians then conclude their diagnostic impression.

I am currently studying a MSc in Counselling and Psychotherapy at Keele University, through which I hope to continue to develop and support the service.

Dr Angela Willis
Specialist Education Consultant
Angela Willis

"Joining up thinking about neurodevelopment, as a partnership approach, is fundamental to individual's wellbeing, diversity awareness and understanding, and community belonging. Making a positive difference and being part of that journey is important to me."

I have worked as a teacher and in a specialist advisory capacity in state and independent educational settings across all phases, including Specialist Provision for 25 years. My particular interest is in neurodevelopmental conditions and educational inclusion. As a quality assured trainer for the Autism Education Trust (AET) I have worked with Shropshire Council SEND team to deliver AET training in awareness, practice and leadership to schools across the county.

I have just completed my Doctorate in Education. This research investigated the experience of being autistic in a mainstream school which received the Association of Open University Graduates Foundation for Education Vic Finklestein Award for Health and Social Care. I also hold a Masters Degree in Education; a Bachelors (Honours) Degree in Education; a Postgraduate Certificate in Autism Spectrum Disorder and a Conversion Degree Diploma in Psychology.

I have graduate membership of the British Psychological Society (MBPsS) and am a Gamewell certified professional; an Associate Member of the British Dyslexia Association (AMBDA) and hold an SpLd (Dyslexia) Assessment Practising Certificate (APC: 21/APC01006). Within the Mental Health and Wellbeing Service my role is as an Educational Consultant within the autism assessment team; additionally I am ADIR and ADOS trained to undertake interview and observational assessments with clients.

Dr Arif Khan
Consultant Cardiologist
Arif Khan

Dr Arif Khan is highly respected and experienced consultant cardiologist who specialised in both general and interventional cardiology. His main areas of expertise include the treatment of patients with coronary artery disease, chest pain, palpitations, breathlessness, heart failure, and valvular heart disease. He currently practices at Wolverhampton Heart and Lung Centre, a state of the art facility based at Wolverhampton New Cross Hospital, and at the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital and Telford NHS trust.

Dr Khan graduated in 1995 from Dow Medical college and has undertook training in cardiology at Aga Khan University Hospital; Pakistan and London UK Hospitals: Royal Brompton Hospital, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and London Heart Hospital.

His research has been published in highly esteemed cardiology journals which include, 'Circulation', 'Cardiology and Cardiovascular Interventions', the 'European Heart Journal' and 'Journals of the American College of Cardiology'.

Dr Khan has also presented his work through a variety of conferences across Europe, North America, and Asia. He is a keen teacher and accredited trainer for 'Health Education England'.

Fiona Muller
Psychology Assistant
Fiona Muller

I have a real passion for supporting young people and families through difficult times with a holistic approach. This passion has only grown throughout my studies and own personal experiences.

I have recently joined the Mental Health and Wellbeing Team in September 2021. I have completed my MSC in Family and Child Psychology at Chester University and BSc in Clinical and Health Psychology at Bangor University. I really relate to the company's ethos in providing the best possible mental health support to help individuals wellbeing within a team of compassionate professionals.

Since joining the team I have also gained experience in supporting adults throughout their ADHD and ASD assessments. I have a special interest in eating behaviours and how this is connected to neurodiversity. I believe a warm, empathetic, and family-centred approach is essential to giving the best support and building therapeutic relationships. I have found seeing people's lives change for the better after an assessment and treatment such a rewarding experience.

My role involves supporting both the admin and clinical teams in observing clinics, scoring diagnostic tools, writing treatment notes, and writing detailed reports. I am being trained by the clinical team to be independent in the clinical side of history taking and diagnosis, all overseen by Dr Mohamad. I am excited to continue to learn and grow, whilst developing my future career within the company.

Hannah Metcalfe
Trainee Neurodevelopmental Practitioner
Hannah Metcalfe

I joined the Mental Health and Well Being team in November 2019. My role in the team is coordinating and assisting with the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS).

Previously, I have worked as a teacher and had particular interest in neurodevelopmental challenges children and young people can face and the impact of these on their education and overall wellbeing. I am currently studying a M.Ed in Autism (children) and am also trained in administering diagnostic tools and as a part of multidisciplinary team, facilitating in the diagnostic assessment of ADHD and Autism.

Administrative
Clare Lloyd
Operational Manager and PA to the Directors
Clare Lloyd

I started work for MWHB in 2017 as Dr Mohamad's secretary. I previously worked as a Ward Clerk in a community Hospital in Powys and then met Dr Mohamad back in 2013 when we were involved in the start of the North Powys Crisis Home Treatment Team. When he decided to move into private practice, I was fortunate to be offered a role.

Over the last 3 years that I have worked for MHW, as the business has grown so has my own role developed. As Operational Manager I oversee the day to day running of the NHS Commissioned Adult ADHD Service and have also developed a special interest in data security and information governance.

As PA to the Directors this continues to give me the contact with clients which I find particularly rewarding. I believe that the client is the most important person and hope through my experience to support them during the referral and consultation process. I aim to make this an efficient and friendly start through their treatment journey with MHW. I am often told that the hardest part is making the initial contact, but what have you got to lose, we are only a phone call or email away and making the decision to make that first small step can lead to a positive outcome for you.

Jan Lloyd
Clinic Coordinator
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I have worked in the Health industry for 20 years after qualifying in therapeutic massage techniques and then as a Naturopath in Australia, focusing on diet and well-being within my own practice. I have also worked as an IAPT Administrator in the NHS and in a Tier 4 Child and Adolescent Mental Health Hospital as a Ward Clerk.

I joined Mental Health and Wellbeing Services in January 2019, initially as an Administrator for the adult ADHD team and then after achieving an Open University BSc (Hons) in Psychology and Counselling in August 2019, stepped into my current role as Clinic Coordinator.

Within this role, I have the first contact with the patient from their initial referral into our service, booking their assessment and completing psychometric testing. I support the Consultant Psychiatrist in their outpatient clinics, which is beneficial to building a rapport with the patients at first contact and continue to be the point of contact between appointments regarding medication and any other concerns. I am inspired daily by being involved in seeing the dramatic change in a person's life from pre-assessment to diagnosis and treatment.

Kathleen Arbuckle
Clinic Administrator
Kathleen Arbuckle

I joined Mental Health and Wellbeing Services nearly 2 years ago and work in my role as clinic administrator for ADHD clinics and also with private clients. I also play an important role in organising prescriptions and helping day to day running of the clinics.

Diana Richmond
Administration Assistant
Diana Richmond

I have a working background in administration and enjoy the versatility of my role, while supporting the warm, friendly atmosphere of the Mental Health & Wellbeing team.

In my spare time I am involved with charities who support a person's emotions and enables' them to see a positive side of life.

Angelique Trollip
Assistant Clinic Coordinator
Angelique Trollip

I have a strong determination to help people understand themselves so that they can live the way that they want, and deserve to.

I first moved to the UK in 2019 from South Africa, and before you ask, no I don’t miss the weather and I quite like the rain! Since then, I have worked as a Barista, and Operations and Payroll Consultant at a recruitment agency, and now as a Assistant Clinic Coordinator at this amazing practice. I’ve kept myself busy in the time that I have been waiting to go to University and study Psychology.

I always knew that I wanted to make a difference in people’s lives. But it wasn’t until I read the quote ‘be who you needed when you were younger’ that I realised how to make that difference. My goal is to become a clinical psychologist, and I’m grateful for the opportunity to work in a mental health environment, especially one as supportive and dynamic as MHW.

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