Louise Lyon is a consultant clinical psychologist and psychoanalyst with a clinical specialism in working with young people and their families. She worked at the Tavistock and Portman for over 25 years and during that time held a number of senior leadership roles. In her last role, she led the Tavistock’s centenary celebrations, devising a 21-event online festival delivered through the pandemic in 2020.
Francesca Eastman works in the South Camden CAMHS service within the Tavistock and Portman as a cognitive behavioural therapist (CBT) for children and families with mental health concerns. She started her journey of working in child mental health working in residential homes for teenage girls who had experienced child exploitation. After the Grenfell tragedy, Francesca became a family support worker for the families that survived and started to work more closely with trauma. Growing up in the area the tragedy it was close to her heart. Francesca then moved back into working with children who had survived child sexual exploitation, sexual abuse and harmful sexualised behaviour managing projects with the charity Barnardo’s. Throughout this, Francesca was completing her Master’s in child clinical psychology. Once the pandemic hit, Francesca took to opportunity to start training again, and started her CBT training in the autism team at the Tavistock, once this was completed she moved to the South Camden team, where she became the CBT lead and EDI champion.
Professor Eenasul Fateh is a psychologist, social scientist, strategy consultant and artist-researcher. He works part-time at the Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust as a member of the clinical team of the Trauma Service – and its first ‘Expert by Experience’ (EbE). He is a Board Member of the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations. After studying economics and international relations at L.S.E., in 1980 he became a research fellow there in international political economy and strategic studies, later training in psychodynamic counselling, groupwork, psychotherapy/therapeutic and psychoanalytical studies at Goldsmiths University and Institute for Psychosynthesis. As a strategy consultant he has advised Adidas, LVMH, Citibank, EDF, Schlumberger, DEFRA, Bureau of Investigative Journalism, regeneration projects in Fogo Island, Dale, Aarhus, Berlin, Deptford; his practice is sympathetic to Tavistock traditions of systems psychodynamics and psychoanalytical/psychosocial approaches. He has taught at L.S.E., Cranfield, London Business School, Manchester University, Copenhagen Business School, Loughborough University London, RCA, University of the Arts. He has extensive experience as a youth and community worker in ‘at risk’ settings in relation to violence, trauma and CPTSD – including working with street gangs and residents of housing estates in Peckham/Southwark 1990-3; he is honorary strategic counsel to MIND Ealing’s ‘The Circle’ crisis prevention cafe for children and young people. As interdisciplinary artist ‘aladin aladin’, his work has been featured at the ICA, Whitechapel Art Gallery, British Festival of Visual Theatre, Manifesta Biennale, London 2012 Festival/Cultural Olympiad. He is a former Chair of Black Mime Theatre Company and of Entelechy Arts. As Co-Chair 2000-4 of Mayor Ken Livingstone’s Cultural Strategy Group at London’s City Hall he led the development of the world’s first integrated cultural masterplan for a capital city, encompassing the Olympic bid, sustainable development, cultural diversity, creative industries, the re-brand of London
Angela Greatley is an experienced leader with a strong track record of success across various sectors. She has particular strengths in governance, quality improvement and board leadership. She was awarded the OBE in the 2012 Birthday Honours list recognised for services to mental health. She has experience as both a Chair and Non-Executive Director within NHS settings, and a successful executive career including as Chief Executive of the Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health, a leading charity and as Director of Commissioning in a London Health Authority. Angela was Chair at the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust.
Amanda Hawke has worked at the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust for 13 years and is currently the PA to the Chief Executive and Chair. Amanda is always keen to be involved in her community so has held various posts outside of work which have included Chair of Governors at Barrow Hill Junior School, Chair of the Guild at The Greycoat Hospital, a girls’ comprehensive secondary school and is currently Church Warden at St John’s Wood Church.
Craig de Sousa
Craig de Sousa is a human resources and corporate governance professional with over twenty years experience of working for the NHS. He was director of human resources and corporate governance at the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust, and is now Systems Resourcing Director & COVID-19 Vaccine Deployment Programme Workforce Director at NHS England. He is also the elected vice president for the London branch of the Healthcare People Management Association. He is a keen linguist speaking four languages and enjoys travelling.
Margaret Rustin is a Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychotherapist. She was Head of Child Psychotherapy at the Tavistock Clinic from 1985 to 2007. She has written on many aspects of the practice and teaching of child analysis and on the contribution of psychoanalysis to the appreciation of literature. She is currently responsible for the provision of child psychotherapy as part of a major comparative outcome study (IMPACT) of different forms of treatment for adolescent depression. She has co-written, with Michael Rustin, Narratives of Love and Loss: Studies in Modern Children’s Literature; and Mirror to Nature: Drama, Psychoanalysis and Society, and has co-edited Closely Observed Infants; Assessment and Child Psychotherapy; Psychotic States in Children; and Work Discussion. She is author of many published articles, and has given lectures on aspects of child analysis and infant observation in countries worldwide. She is an Associate of the British Psychoanalytical Society.