The team is made up of an experienced multi disciplinary team that are passionate about supporting your wellbeing.


Lorraine Gregson (RMN) Wellbeing Hub Service Lead

I am a mental health nurse and service lead within the team. Having worked in clinical settings for many years, I am aware of the challenges faced by staff working in health and social care and I am passionate about supporting their wellbeing. Outside of work I love animals and have a retired racing greyhound called Chloe. I keep myself fit and active by walking and practicing yoga. I love music and going to live gigs and I am learning to play the drums.


Dr Zuzana Willetts (Clinical Psychologist) Wellbeing Hub Clinical Lead

I am a clinical psychologist within the team and clinical lead. I offer therapeutic intervention grounded in the third waves of Cognitive Behavioural Therapies (CBT) such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Analytic (CAT) Therapy and Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT). As a clinical psychologist I primarily focus on working with client with complex needs and difficulties.

On a personal level I enjoy reading a good book, movies and going for walks. I try to approach life with open mind and tenacious belief that as long as I try my reasonable best, I cannot fail.


Scarlett Webster (Counsellor) Wellbeing Hub Outreach Lead

I have worked in LPFT’s original Staff Wellbeing Service since 2012, I am a qualified Counsellor and Coach and at the start of 2022 I began working as the Staff Wellbeing Hub’s Outreach Lead. Within my role I facilitate and lead on our broad range of workshops and I engage with the needs of a number of organisations developing ways in which we can support staff to be happy and healthy at work. My professional role and my personal leanings and interests are rooted in health and wellbeing and I have a diverse background in this from the Arts, the Outdoors and Healing work. In my spare time I enjoy Cycling, Hiking, Yoga, and Personal Development. I have a keen interest in supporting women to remain in work through the menopause as I have witnessed and experienced first hand the impact symptoms can have on our confidence and functioning. I have started with Peri-Menopause symptoms early and this has encouraged me to bring light to other challenges Women experience with their Menstrual Health and how we can be a more adaptive workforce around this. 


Claire Dunnill (Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner and Counsellor)

I am a Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner and Counsellor within the Staff Wellbeing Hub, as well as helping health and social care staff when they call or email into our Hub Helpline. In this role we hope to help people to focus on their own mental and physical wellbeing, especially when they spend so much time and energy in supporting others. Outside of work, I enjoy crafts, reading, and watching films.


Diane Caldwell (Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner)

I’m a Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner (PWP) and I support clients by using guided self-help low intensity CBT techniques (LICBT) to improve their anxiety/low mood/phobias and early onset of OCD traits. Out of work I enjoy walking my dog, reading, trying to hide from the children and working in my allotment.


 Charlotte Toyne (Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner)

I am a Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner (PWP) and work in service to support clients experiencing difficulties with their wellbeing and common mental health problems such as low mood and anxiety using Low intensity CBT techniques. Outside of work, I enjoy going to gigs, reading, baking and spending time with family and friends.


Ellen Weskamp (Assistant Psychologist)

I am an Assistant Psychologist within the Staff Wellbeing Hub. Under the supervision of a Clinical Psychologist, I support clients using an integrated approach with a Person-Centred and CBT focus. I have previously worked with CYP, domestic abuse cases and adults with complex needs and trauma. Outside of work I am currently focusing on finishing up my thesis; but I love spending time with my family, enjoy gaming and crafts, and live for a good bit of sleep.


Hannah Gibson (Assistant Administrator)

I am an Assistant Administrator within the team and I believe supporting Staff’s Health and Wellbeing is extremely important. My role acts as a first point of contact for those in need of an appointment or signposting in the right direction for help. In my spare time, I enjoy going to concerts, shopping with my friends and taking my Spaniel, Basil on long walks.

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Bev Ellis (Team Secretary)

I have been working for the NHS for 15 years, commenced as Administrator then promoted to PA but following a directorate re-structure I was offered Team Secretary, working for the Hub and Staff wellbeing Service. I really enjoy the challenge of a totally new role, also I enjoy working with the lovely people here. Outside of work my main priority is looking after my 3 grandchildren, which keeps me very busy, I also love swimming and reading