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Lawrence Moulin, Associate

Lawrence Moulin

Lawrence initially trained as a Clinical Psychologist, and has over 30 years experience working in the NHS and the Department of Health.

His career has been primarily focused on working with people with mental health problems or with a learning disability. He has worked as a clinician, as a service manager, a commissioner, and strategically at the SHA in the West Midlands and in the Department of Health.

Some of his main areas of work have been in

  • Developing Mental Health Payment by Results across the West Midlands, working to make sure it realises the benefits for the people who use services
  • The regional implementation of the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies programme and primary care mental health
  • Assuring quality and patient safety in services for people with mental health problems or a learning disability, including leading the regional response to the Winterbourne scandal, working with Local Authorities to design and plan the service development needed to stop recurrence
  • Working on large scale service redesign projects
  • Supporting, developing and advising clinical commissioners of mental health and learning disability services
  • Supporting the development of psychiatric liaison models and developing innovative approaches

He has skills in:

  • Keeping the people who use services and the families and carers at the heart of what we do
  • Analysis of policy and then successfully turning it into practice
  • Ensuring the delivery of complex pieces of work
  • Teaching and training to a very wide variety of audiences
  • Developing innovative approaches to problems

Contact Details

Tel: 07593 443740

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