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Meet the team

Dr Paul Linsley

Paul has worked largely in acute and forensic mental health settings both as a clinician and as a manager. He is registered as a clinical specialist in Acute Psychiatry and is trained in Cognative Behavioural Therapy.

As an Associate Professor for the University of East Anglia he teaches on a number of courses, both single and joint honours undergraduate programmes, research masters programmes and pre and post registration specialist programmes. He supervises Doctoral students and sits on a number of interest panels and committees.

Our contributors

Other contributions to this course have been provided by the Health and Social Care Partners group at the University of East Anglia and colleagues across the Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust.

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Special thanks to Jonathan Wilson and Timothy Clarke for assisting with this project and its contents.

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A course such as this can only grow by the community that surrounds it. Hearing from you is important in developing this resource and by sharing your thoughts and feedback helps us grow and we can all learn from each other.

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Anxiety in Children and Young People during COVID-19

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