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HSR Psychology spring update 2019

Martine Crompton

Welcome to our spring update of 2019!

As all the daffodils are blossoming, so are we! Take a look at what we have gotten up to over the past few months:

Our team is growing!

We are currently on the lookout for Clinical Psychologist to join our team!

Our new members; Kait, Jeni, Vicky and Dana have settled in nicely.

Our website

We are still in the process of updating our website, so keep your eyes peeled for our new content!

  • We had a whole team meeting in March
  • Some of our interns attended training on anger, mental health, self-esteem and eating disorders
  • We attended Family Fund’s Manchester information day
  • Interviews are in progress for more interns from The University of Manchester
  • We now have an office dog – Ruby!
Ruby working away!
Recent testimonials

As we have been growing, we have received more and more positive feedback from our clients. Here are some of the recent testimonials we have been given:

The initial discussion was very helpful… Julie was at our home for about 2 hours and listened to all of our concerns and told us how she could be of help. Our daughter has autism and really struggles with people she doesn’t know, but she felt very safe and happy with Julie, which was brilliant.


It was a brilliant first meeting.”


If you have accessed our services and wish to tell us and others about it, please leave a review!

We take all of our client’s comments into consideration in order to make our service the best it can possibly be!

See you at the next update… roll on summer!

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About the author

Martine Crompton

My experience with children and young people includes being a peer mentor, a teaching support, a night shelter volunteer and fundraising for YoungMinds. All of these roles have made me want to understand the inner workings of children, especially those who struggle with mental health issues and special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). My role as psychology support at HSR gives me the opportunity to immerse myself into the world of a psychologist. By exercising my research, analytical and communication skills I can contribute to improving the lives of many children and young people.

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