Holistic therapist honoured for mental health work

Chloe Robinson, of Clitheroe, who is a Holistic Practitioner with Pendle Community Mental Health Team, won the Service User and Carer Involvement Award at the Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust's seventh annual staff awards ceremony. (s)
Chloe Robinson, of Clitheroe, who is a Holistic Practitioner with Pendle Community Mental Health Team, won the Service User and Carer Involvement Award at the Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust's seventh annual staff awards ceremony. (s)

A dedicated holistic practitioner from Clitheroe was awarded for her service at Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust’s seventh annual staff awards ceremony.

More than 300 members of staff celebrated the past year’s successes of the Trust which included Clitheroe woman Chloe Robinson who was presented with the Service User and Carer Involvement Award.

Chloe, a holistic practitioner with Pendle Community Mental Health Team, was nominated for her dedication in ensuring service user and carer rights are fully observed.

A spokeswoman for the Trust said: “Chloe is inclusive in her approach and in feedback from carers she receives glowing praise for the work she does. She also believes wholly in a co-production approach in care and aims to embed her ethos in her team and share her knowledge.”

Heather Tierney-Moore, Chief Executive at Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust said: “Everyone who was nominated should be very proud of their work and those who received an award this year are fine examples of just some of our staff who go above and beyond in their roles.”