Meet the Team
The NeuroLove website has been created with love by an amazing team of people who are all here to share their love and skills with you.
Everyone contributes in their own unique and special way and together we make NeuroLove.
Anna - Facilitator
Bamborde - Technical Lead
Christella - Art Psychotherapist
I am a HCPC, BAAT registered Art psychotherapist and Clinical supervisor. I have sufficient experience in supervising trainees and qualified psychotherapists. My specialist clinical experience lies within CAMHS, mainstream and non-mainstream education. Additionally, I have also developed and facilitated art psychotherapy groups with adults with acute mental health needs.
Chukumeka - Suicide Prevention Advisor
Clinton - Social Therapist
Proudly mixed race, embracing all parts of my Nigerian, Guyanese and British cultural heritage. My passion for being an advocate for Mental Health comes from a personal place of overcoming struggles. Currently working across a 5 campus college group in East London in Learning & Development, Events Coordination & Mental Health/First Aid.
Cris - Designer
Diane - Youth Work Advisor
Ella - Social Therapist
Ella - Dance Facilitator
Ellie - Social Therapist
Ellis - Games Facilitator
Erinma - Sheffield Doc Fest Partner
Glen - Technical Assistant
I am a Computer Science student and Windsurfing president at University of Liverpool. I was lucky enough to first work with Chanua at Hacking Health Liverpool. My first role was as a trainee developer working mainly on the Chanua website and I have transitioned to my current role working on the many websites and other technical aspects that come under the Chanua branch.
Joanne - Youth Work Advisor
Karla - Art Facilitator
Kate - Clinical Psychologist
Lorraine - Clinical Psychologist
Lorraine has experience working across the age span with a variety of presenting difficulties. This has involved working across inpatient, outpatient and community settings in the NHS, NGO and voluntary sector including work internationally. Some areas of clinical work have included physical health, depression, anxiety, trauma, emotional regulation difficulties, relationship problems, bereavement and sexual abuse survivors.