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Job Title: Senior Lecturer
Michelle qualified as a registered mental health nurse in 2011, after graduating from Kingston University with a BSc (Hons) Nursing.
She began her career as a staff nurse in a female medium secure unit and then joined the Complex Needs Service as a Mentalization Based Therapy (MBT) therapist working with service users with a diagnosis of personality disorder. She continues her clinical work as an honorary therapist with this service.
Michelle developed an interest in working with service users with a diagnosis of personality disorder as a student nurse.
She completed a degree in psychosocial interventions in 2013 and has promoted working with carers in her clinical area, establishing and facilitating a successful family and friends group.
Improving communication and inclusion for families and carers of service users with a diagnosis of personality disorder
Radcliffe, Michelle, Treacy, Colm and Goldie, Julie
Therapeutic observation and providing one to one nursing care.
In: CapitalNurse – Connecting Nurses and Celebrating Nursing in London II;
16 Mar 2017, London, U.K..
Improving communication and inclusion for families in complex cases.
In: 3rd European Conference on Mental Health;
10-12 Sep 2014, Tallinn, Estonia.