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Meet the Staff / Professionals at Uniq

We value a multi-disciplinary team approach and thus have access to wider professional support depending on the requirement of the person. The manager is an occupational therapist who has vast experience with children, adults with physical and mental health problems and believes in setting achievable goals with measurable outcomes. We also have access to specialist input from: Doctors, consultant psychiatrists, social workers, occupational therapists, physiotherapist, speech and language therapist, behavioural therapist, nurses and clinical psychologists.

Uniq’s highly qualified team are able to provide independent professional assessments, reports and therapy sessions on request, please contact us for further information.

Bhanu Bhatti BSc, BIA
Manager/ Independent Occupational Therapist

    Bhanu has been a qualified occupational therapist for over 15 years, with experience in a variety of settings. She has supported people with physical and mental health problems across wide age ranges to enable and empower them to live Independently: she developed her skills with people who had physical conditions, brain injury, complex mental health problems including personality disorders, memory problems, learning disabilities and specialised in working with people with autism. She further enhanced her skills by qualifying as a best interest assessor and she completes deprivation of liberty safeguards assessments for the local authorities.

    Bhanu has also been part of a management team for a supported living setting in Sutton for 4 years. Bhanu had an interest in developing her own quality care services and set up her own support living service and care at home service for people within her local area, Berkshire.

    Bhanu’s family includes, a caring husband, beautiful daughter and a pet dog. She likes to spend time with her family, cooking, walking and travelling. She admires the underwater sea world and has developed a great interest in scuba diving.

Robert Dibdin RMN, RNLD
Quality Improvement lead

    Robert is a registered nurse in the fields of learning disability and mental health and has worked in most areas within these clinical specialities over a career spanning 39 years of unbroken service in the NHS. He has experience in both the public and private sectors (including extensive experience in the healthcare department at HMP Highdown).

    Up until January 2008 Robert worked as a Unit Nurse Manager at Elmbridge Lodge- a unit within the NHS where apart from strategic development work-Robert had operational management responsibility for an inpatient unit that provided services for adults with learning disabilities and mental health problems, and/or severe challenging behaviour (including those service users formally detained under the Mental Health Act). He is also an assessor and mentor for student nurses on clinical placement and an NVQ assessor.

    From 2008, Robert managed Wesley Lodge; a service for people with learning disabilities and complex needs including physical and sensory challenges (also within Your Healthcare). Robert retired from Your Healthcare in March 2016. Two years prior to his retirement, Robert was asked to develop the post of Specialist Mental Health Nurse in Learning Disabilities where he reignited the CPA process across the Kingston/Richmond area, set up a data base for lipoedema screening and undertook strategic development work such as a major CQUINs project (The Commissioning for Quality and Innovation - CQUINs payments framework encourages care providers to share and continually improve how care is delivered and to achieve transparency and overall improvement in healthcare)" Following Robert's retirement, he works part-time as a staff nurse for Central and North West London NHS foundation Trust on a rehabilitation secure (air locked) psychiatric unit.

Gráinne Yeatman, BSc(Hons), MRCSLT, MASLTIP HCPC
Independent Speech & Language Therapist

    Grainne is a Speech and Language Therapist with twenty years experience. She has worked for the NHS, local authorities and as an independent therapist, in schools, colleges and a residential setting. She specialises in working with children and young adults with complex needs including: Autism, Aspergers Syndrome, PDA, AHDH and DLD with associated anxiety, behaviour and sensory needs.

    Grainne believes everyone has a right to a voice and opportunity to communicate. Developing communication and social skills is essential in helping to manage anxiety and behaviour since all behaviour is a form of communication. She believes communication and learning should be fun for all involved.

    Grainne is also a qualified Expert Witness Speech and Language Therapist and provides assessment and reports for courtroom use. She has completed ASHA (American Association of Speech and Language) endorsed training in providing remote access Teletherapy following the COVID crisis.

    Grainne’s sister had profound and multiple disabilities, she was Grainne’s inspiration to become a Speech and Language Therapist. This means Grainne takes an empathetic, family focused approach to her work, following her own family’s experience of residential adult care.

    Grainne lives in Hampshire with her husband and two young children. She enjoys holidays with her family. Grainne is a terrible cook despite recent renewed efforts, in a bid to manage her children’s allergies.

Dr Sourabh Motisingh
Independent Consultant Psychiatrist

    Dr Sourabh Motisingh is currently working as a consultant psychiatrist at Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust, where he covers prison in- reach teams at HMP Swaleside, HMP Rochester and provides clinical leadership to majority of the Kent prisons for Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust providing mental health services. He provides prison in-reach teams at HMP Swaleside HMP Rochester and in-reach teams at HMP Swaleside, HMP Rochester and provides clinical leadership to the majority of the Kent prisons for Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust. He conducts consultation sessions for the forensic outreach service for patients with complex mental health needs. Dr Motisingh carries out consultant sessions and supervise higher specialist forensic trainees at the Bromley magistrates’ court diversion team. He has gained experience as a psychiatric consultant in various posts and also has been the clinical director at Battersea Bridge House Hospital (Low secure forensic psychiatric hospital). Dr Motisingh has a specialist registration as a consultant psychiatrist with the general medical council and is a member of royal college of psychiatrist. He has also completed training to use tools such as HCR20, IPDE and PCLR for clinical and medico- legal work.

Dr Rajashekar Krishnaiah
Training and Staff Wellbeing Officer
MBBS, MRCPsych, DCP (Ireland), Pg. Diploma in Psychiatry (Cardiff)

    Dr Raj qualified as a doctor in Bangalore, India. He started his career as a junior doctor in Surrey in Psychiatry and moved to London to complete his higher training at South West London St Georges NHS Trust.

    Dr Raj has gained experience in a variety of sub specialities which have included adult, old age and CAMHS psychiatry. He also worked in forensic and learning disability psychiatry and currently specialises in neurodevelopmental disorders such as autism spectrum disorders and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. He worked as a consultant psychiatrist in a private low secure unit and also managed a rehabilitation ward with complex mental health patients. He expanded his knowledge by working as a consultant psychiatrist in old age psychiatry.

    Currently he is working as a consultant in learning disability psychiatry. Dr Raj is passionate about teaching, training and setting up services within the Health Sector. He also carries out independent work, specialising in capacity assessments and advises on the management of complex mental health conditions for various boroughs across Surrey, London, and Berkshire. He particularly enjoys producing psychiatric reports for court cases and is passionate to work and support people with mental health problems.

    Working across different sub-specialties within psychiatry has broadened Dr Raj’s knowledge and skills immensely and he manages difficult and complex patients with mental health problems.

    At Uniq, Raj will ensure the training of staff and people we work with are of utmost quality. He will also be striving to improve the service from all aspects to maintain this high-quality care at all times.

    Raj enjoys spending time with his family and friends. He adores his elderly dog “Lady”, who has been great company through the exam periods and who waits for him to arrive from work.

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