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Promoting Excellence In Psychological Health & Wellbeing

Maggie Rosairo

Maggie Rosairo

Chair of the East of England Psychological Professions Network

Maggie assumed her role as Chair of the East of England Psychological Professions Network in January 2021. She is also employed as a Clinical Lead for IAPT Services with Hertfordshire Partnerships University NHS Foundation Trust and as a Lecturer in Evidence Based Psychological Therapies at the University of East Anglia. Maggie is one of the BPS representatives on the Programme Board of the APPTS programme (Accreditation Programme for Psychological Therapies). She has an MSc in Healthcare Leadership

Maggie completed her training as a Clinical Psychologist, at the Institute of Psychiatry in 2001 and her PgDip Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy in 2005, from Royal Holloway, University of London. She has been accredited with the BABCP since 2010. Maggie has worked in primary and secondary care psychological therapies services in a qualified capacity since 2001, leading two inner city IAPT services in London and then IAPT services in North Essex, for HPFT since 2015.

Maggie was born and brought up in East Anglia and cares deeply about contributing to the development and expansion of a highly skilled and committed workforce for the future, across our region. , encompassing all of the Psychological Therapy professions


Alina Croitoru

Alina Croitoru

Assistant Psychologist, Psychological Professions Network (PPN) East of England

Alina joined the East of England PPN in January 2021, having worked as an assistant psychologist in a primary care mental health service. Alina has a background in both psychology and communication science, and an interest in using contemporary media to promote mental health wellbeing and access to mental health services. She is also a qualified psychodynamic counsellor and she believes in a unified voice between all psychological professions, that encompasses diversity and supports patient choice. Passionate about services co-production, she is dedicated to working closely with experts by experience in order to support local and national communities in co-designing the psychological healthcare they need.