TMS Practitioners

Our dedicated team of fully trained TMS technicians will be with you every step of the way.
From your initial treatment session to your final aftercare appointment, rest assured that our team of experts are here to support you and help you get the best out of treatment.
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Smart TMS practitioners

When you join us for your initial treatment session you will be introduced to the relevant practitioner who will then act as your main point of contact within the clinic.

Going forward, they will greet you upon arrival, set up your treatment protocol and sit with you throughout the session, they are there for your every need.

Whoever it may be, rest assured that all our team will ensure your time with us is made as comfortable and easy as possible.

Meet the team



TMS practitioner, London

Paul initially started his mental health career in Social Care, working with older adults with Alzheimer’s and practising palliative care. After completing his MA in Psychology from the University of Aberdeen, Paul embarked on putting his theory into practice. He became a Senior Support Worker at Camphill School Aberdeen, working with autistic young adults and managing challenging behaviour; progressing to become a supervisor for a team managing adults with complex needs.

Paul has worked hard over his career to understand how mental health disorders impact the people he supports in unique ways. His hands-on experience has given him the confidence to deliver care in an effective, empowering and compassionate way.

Paul has met a variety of patients at Smart TMS: “All the patients I have met are at various stages of their treatment journey, but they all have one thing in common. They have a power, a resilience, and an inner strength within them, although it may not seem like it. They are some of the bravest people I’ve met. They were brave enough to ask for help”.

Paul is based at our London TMS clinic.



TMS practitioner, Southampton

Roxana is originally from Romania, but settled in the south of the UK to complete her
Integrated Masters Degree in Neuroscience at the University of Southampton, where she
pursued her life-long passion for the human brain and behaviour. In her dissertations Roxana explored the topic of impaired brain development in Autism, as well as the impact of a high-fat diet in the development of Alzheimer’s disease.

Through working in patient care alongside her studies, as well as volunteering to support the isolated elderly in the community, Roxana found her passion in working with people, as well as the importance of community and connection in a patient’s recovery.

Therefore she became a Mental Health Support Worker which she felt was the most rewarding role, being able to take part in patients’ journey to recovery. After doing extensive reading on the subject, she decided to pursue a career in mental health to help revolutionize the field of mental healthcare.

Roxana spends her free time walking in the New Forest with a podcast or mindfulness
meditation on, reading, doing yoga or dancing and exploring somatic therapies for a more holistic approach to psychological treatment.

Roxana is based at our Southampton TMS Clinic.



TMS practitioner, Manchester

Seraya has had a long-term interest in understanding the complexities of the human condition, which sparked their pursuit of a career in mental health. They began by volunteering for a health and sustainable development project in northern Uganda. Seraya lived and worked in the community of Lira and collaborated with local healthcare organisations, to facilitate accessible HIV support groups and sexual and reproductive health classes for adults and young people.

Seraya went on to study Psychology at the University of Manchester, where they produced a dissertation exploring the effects of age and socioeconomic status on sleep and recollection memory. During this time, Seraya worked as a Specialist Autism Support worker for children and young adults with a range of complex needs. They also spent some free time as a helpline volunteer, to provide support for people with conditions such as anxiety, depression and OCD.

In their spare time Seraya enjoys dancing, theatre, gaming and playing the ukulele.

Seraya is based at our Manchester TMS clinic.



TMS practitioner, Dublin

Joe has always had a natural curiosity to understand how and why people do the things they do. His keen interest in human psychology encouraged him to pursue a BA in Psychology at University College Dublin. It was during his time in UCD that he discovered the intriguing field of Forensic Psychology.

Joe’s interest in Forensic Psychology informed his decision to complete an MSc in this field at the University of Surrey. He completed a range of modules which covered the area in which human psychology and the law intersect and chose to study a novel form of deception detection that had been pioneered by his supervisor in collaboration with the CIA as part of his Master’s thesis.

Joe then returned to Dublin where he held a range of posts in the field of mental healthcare including: Assistant Educational Psychologist, Suicide Risk Assessment Officer, Assistant Forensic Psychologist, and Residential Social Care Worker. He developed a keen insight into the harsh reality of mental health disorders and further honed his empathy. He also learned the subtle art of facilitating therapy and how to score and interpret psychometrics, as well as a variety of psychodiagnostic techniques.

Joe loves rock climbing, slacklining, cycling, motorbiking, drawing, gaming, writing and travelling.

Joe is based at our Dublin clinic.



TMS practitioner, Edinburgh

Weronika’s journey in psychology has been driven by strong passion and determination to understanding and improving mental health through theory, research, and clinical application. She completed her BSc Psychology at University of Southampton where she had the opportunity to work as a research assistant. She then worked as an assistant psychologist at CNWL acute inpatient mental health unit. Her main areas of focus were psychosis, schizophrenia, depression, and bipolar personality disorder using trauma informed approaches in 1:1 and group sessions. Volunteering and coordinating at SouthamptonHub, a charity working with children from disadvantaged backgrounds enticed her to further study children’s mental health at postgraduate level, working towards completion of her MSc Mental Health in Young Adults and Children at University of Edinburgh. Engaging as a peer mentor in her final year of university refined Weronika’s unique and compassionate approach to working with people of various ages and backgrounds to promote resilience and psychological wellbeing.

In her spare time, Weronika spends her time outdoors or discovering new coffee shops. She enjoys cooking, driving, dancing, and spending time with her friends.

Weronika is based at our Edinburgh clinic.



TMS practitioner, Birmingham

Nikki Green completed her Psychology BSc (Hons) at Newman College studying a variety of subjects: cognition, neurological, biological and psychopharmacology amongst others. She completed her dissertation on Public Attitude towards Mentally Disordered Offenders. From there she spent some time working in CAMHS on an inpatient unit with children from the age of 5 up to 16, Autistic Spectrum Disorder, Tourette’s Syndrome, Psychosis, Depression, Somatoform Disorder. Then transferred to work on a Female Acute Unit, Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Personality Disorder, Schizophrenia amongst others. She also spent time volunteering for Childline and as an appropriate adult for the Youth Offending Service.

She has always been passionate about Mental Health and creating a person-centered therapeutic environment for every patient. Throughout all her roles she has gained valuable knowledge and experience to be able to provide the utmost care and support to patients. Thus, enabling her to give the best care and attention she can by creating a therapeutic environment for patients when visiting Smart TMS.

In her spare time, she enjoys reading, baking, and spending time with her family.

Nikki is based at our TMS Clinic Birmingham.



TMS practitioner, Bristol

Carmen’s profound fascination with the intricacies of the human mind has fuelled her commitment to the study of the brain and behviour since she was young. She embarked on this academic journey, culminating in the attainment of her Bachelor of science degree (Hons) in Psychology at the University of Sussex, where she gained strong knowledge and understanding of a multitude of topics including drugs, childhood development and neuroscience. Her passion then drove her to pursue a Master’s degree in Cognitive Neuroscience, where she delved deep into the complexities of the brain’s functions and structures. Developing an interest in mental health and disorders, Carmen’s dissertation explored the relationship between personality traits and eating behaviours.

From her experience as an inclusion worker, Carmen has gained invaluable knowledge in being able to support and teach mentally and physically disabled children. Carmen believes that it is imperative to be empathetic and compassionate in the world of mental health and strives to give the up most care to patients whilst offering them a safe space to talk and relax.

Out of hours, Carmen can be found in the gym lifting heavy weights and making funny faces. To relax, she loves to crochet or get some fresh air roller skating.

Carmen is based at our Bristol TMS clinic.



TMS practitioner, St Albans

Erica’s deep-rooted interest in the human mind and behaviour sparked at a young age, which inspired her studies of psychology at A-Level. Upon a desire to learn more at a deeper level, Erica went on to complete her Psychology BSc (Hons) at the University of Hertfordshire where she fell in love with Clinical Psychology. She then pursued this interest by completing her MSc in Research in Clinical Psychology / MSc Clinical Psychology Practice at the University of Hertfordshire. In her dissertations, she explored the impact of infidelity on mental health, along with exploring chronic fatigue in individuals with Lipodystrophy. Alongside her postgraduate studies, Erica volunteered for an Early Intervention in Psychosis team where she conducted research in her free time.

Upon completion of her postgraduate studies, Erica began working with young children with special educational needs at Hertford St Andrews primary school. This hands-on experience has given Erica the confidence and to enter the mental health field and provide compassionate and non-judgemental care.

In her free time, Erica can be found in the gym lifting heavy weight in preparation for powerlifting competitions. To relax, she enjoys being cozy while reading a book, or building a Lego set!

Erica is based at our St Albans TMS clinic.



TMS practitioner, Northampton

Richard’s career began in the hospitality industry, but he decided to retrain after experiencing a breakdown in 2015.

His personal experience means that Richard has a clear understanding of depression and anxiety. He is always compassionate and shows empathy, as well as a determination to help other patients in a similar position. TMS changed his life and gave him back the confidence to retrain and pursue a career in Mental Health.

Richard is studying with the Institute of Counsellors, to give him a more holistic approach to treating patients alongside TMS.

He is based at our Northampton TMS clinic.

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