Service user governors

These governors represent the interests of people who are using, or have used, the Trust's services

Service user governors:

 

Lina Christopoulou

Lina small photo

Lina Christopoulou

Lina is particularly interested in representing service users treated in a day care setting, such as people in the community who may have less severe mental health struggles which may even go undiagnosed or untreated. she is keen to de-stigmatise and de-mystify mental health challenges in the wider community and in the work place.

 

 

 

John Clark

John Clark

John Clark

John has been a service user in Hillingdon for 27 years. He believes strongly that everyone has potential and that there is often complete recovery however long that takes in the long run. He believes that much more can be done and should be done to alleviate the suffering, often painful, that outsiders don’t see or think we are inventing.

 

 

 

Elvira De Souza

Elvira De Souza

Elvira De Souza

Elvira is passionate about de-stigmatising mental health and campaigning for better services. As an ethnic minority woman she is acutely aware of the over representation of black and ethnic minority people in receipt of mental health services and is keen to ensure that services are culturally sensitive and appropriate.

 

 

 

 

 

Richard Drummond

Dr Richard Drummond

Information to come.

 

 

 

 

Angela Hook

Angela Hook

Information to come.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Colin Hurst

Colin Hurst

Information to come.

 

 

 

 

 

Mike Norton

Mike Norton

Mike is active within the CNWL Recovery College and is now an associate peer recovery trainer. He also does mental health volunteer work in Hillingdon. He is keen to advise the Trust on service user requirements in order to continually improve services.

 

 

John Parkinson

John Parkinson

John has experience of both working in mental health and social care and being a service user. He is deeply committed to the issue of service use and carer involvement in care and wants to make sure that Trust polices are translated into inclusive care at the front line..