My field of expertise is in the development and implementation of simple and affordable interventions to treat mental disorders, particularly in resource-poor settings. Among these initiatives, I developed a model of care to treat common mental disorders, which has been used and adapted in many settings.
Kfir is a senior lecturer in the computer science department of The College of Management in Israel. He has spent many years working in a wide range of natural language processing (NLP) disciplines, including statistical machine translation, machine learning, language generation and NLP for mental health.
I trained in medicine at Oxford University and subsequently on the University College London psychiatry rotation. I joined The Lancet as a Senior Editor in 2010 before moving on to The Lancet Psychiatry in 2013. My interests include suicide research, trauma, old age psychiatry, and social and transcultural aspects of mental health.
Ross O’Brien is the Service Lead for the Grenfell Health and Wellbeing Service and also the Programme Lead for the London Digital Psychological Therapies Programme with NHS England. Ross was a first responder on the day of the Grenfell Tower Fire and has assembled one of the largest Trauma services every established following the tragedy. Ross is also a Digital Pioneer and is interested in where technological innovation can disrupt current NHS practices for the better.
Grace is an artist (illustrator, writer, researcher, facilitator, and anything else that needs doing to make stuff happen). Their practice is participatory, which means it involves lots of conversations, workshops and creative feedback methods to work with other people thinking about questions that are on our minds.
Dr. Craigen is a clinician with outpatient obligations. He is very active in teaching and is an award-winning educator. His enthusiasm for teaching focuses mainly on bioethics and medical – legal issues in the clinical work of undergraduate medical students as well as on teaching medical legal and ethical aspects of privacy in this digital age and of psychopharmacology to physicians in practice.
Jenny is Director of Thriving Minds, promoting positive steps to promote mental health and wellbeing. She is Health Lead for the Mindfulness Initiative and advisor to the What Works for Wellbeing Centre, Breathworks, Better Space, Under the Sky and Clasp. She has a focus on digital mental health and increasing involvement in activities to help the transition to a regenerative world.
Working internationally, her work seeks to smash taboos around complex subject matters such as death, trauma, mental health and gender constructs.
She has created work for a broad range of purposes from the Turner Prize in Hull 2017, Bristol University, Brooklyn Industries to WAH Nails, always seeking to uphold integrity in her message.