Dr Vicky Hill MA (Oxon), DPhil (Oxon), MBBS, MRCPsych, MA (Lon)
Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist
Vicky initially trained in Psychology completing an Honours degree in Experimental Psychology and a Doctorate in Clinical Neuropsychology at St Hugh’s College, Oxford University. She then went on to study medicine as a Graduate student at Trinity College, Oxford and Imperial College, London, graduating with her MBBS in 2002. She then specialised in Psychiatry through training rotations at the Maudsley and St Mary’s Hospitals in London. She has held Consultant posts in Canterbury, Kent, and at the Priory inpatient unit in Ticehurst, and for 4 years was the Clinical Director for CAMHs services in Devon. Vicky has interests in Adolescent Community Psychiatry and alternatives to hospital admission, including working with young people with Eating Disorders and unexplained physical health presentations, and those that struggle with regulating their emotions. Vicky also has a Masters degree in Ethics and Law from Kings College London.
Dr Karen Street MA (Oxon), MBChB, MRCPCH, MScTLHP
Karen trained in medicine at Christ Church and Green College, Oxford University, qualifying in 1994. She then specialised in Paediatrics and Child Health and has been a Paediatric Consultant in Exeter since 2007. In addition to practising in all areas of general paediatrics from 0-18 years Karen has been working on NHS projects across paediatrics and adult services to develop pathways for older teenagers and young adults up to 25 years of age. Karen has developed specialty interests in eating disorders, persistent physical symptoms, and the overlap between physical and mental health but is happy to see a full breadth of Paediatric presentations. Karen believes passionately in always considering the whole person when assessing and supporting any health presentations, and in working in a joined up way with multi professional colleagues. Karen also has a Masters degree in Medical Education from Bristol University.
Dr Emma Millar BSc, MSc, ClinPsyD
Emma completed her Psychology degree at Coventry University and completed her masters in Forensic Psychology at the University of Kent in Canterbury in 2004. She spent time working in the forensic sector supporting Adults with drug and alcohol misuse and then young people and families when she moved to Devon in 2007. She completed her clinical training in 2012 at the University of Birmingham and since then has worked in CAMHs specialising in a range of mental health concerns, including: eating disorders, the regulation of emotions and social communication difficulties. Emma is passionate about supporting young people with their mental health needs, working in a holistic way to gain a better understanding of their strengths and struggles to aid the appropriate intervention plan being available to them. Emma can also support people across the life span helping them with their emotional, physical and social wellbeing.
Dr Laurie Windsor MSc, MBBS, MRCPsych, MA
Dr Laurie Windsor has worked as a consultant since 2014 with Devon Partnership Trust. He has broad experience in adult psychiatry and a particular interest in depression, bipolar affective disorder, eating disorders, anxiety disorders and perinatal mental health. He studied Medicine at Imperial College London and undertook his specialist psychiatry training at the South London and Maudsley Trust where he worked in various national treatment centres. He gained his membership of the Royal College of Psychiatry in 2010 and subsequent completed his higher training in Devon. Here he gained further experience of drug and alcohol addiction psychiatry and working with a broad range of people in the community. He also has a BSc in Medical Imaging and a Masters in Medical Education. He is passionate about working with younger adults to ensure they can recovery from their mental health difficulties. He feels that it is vital that people feel listened to and that they feel that they are part of creating a management plan that works for them.
Pip completed her Psychology degree at Bournemouth University in 2014 and is currently undertaking her Doctoral Training in Clinical Psychology at the University of Plymouth, set to qualify in 2023. She has a range of experience within mental health settings, working predominantly with children and young people. Pip has specific interests in eating disorders, neurodevelopmental conditions and emotional dysregulation. Whilst Pip works mostly within CAMHS settings, she has experience with adults and older adults specifically with regards to neuropsychological conditions.
Lisa White BA
Clinical Services Manager
Lisa Trained in Early Years, completing a Bachelor of Arts in Early Years with the Open University. Whilst doing her degree Lisa worked for a childcare company completing all the relevant training within the Early Years sector to graduate.
Lisa now works for a local CAMHS service specialising in working with young people in the community and providing an alternative to a psychiatric hospital admission. This includes working with young people with Eating Disorders and with those that struggle with managing levels of self-harm and regulating their emotions.
Lisa is passionate about supporting young people with their mental health needs and working with them to gain a better understanding of their strengths and struggles to aid choice of appropriate community interventions.
Lisa works with EPIC managing our work with families accessing a specialist assessment.