JAMH provides quality care for mental health by
offering therapy, signposting, wellbeing events
and mental health training
for the Greater Manchester Jewish community.
HOW JAMH HAS HELPED THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
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MEET THE TEAM
DR SANDI MANN
Chair, Co-Founder & Trustee
Sandi Mann is a Chartered Psychologist with a private mental health clinic in Manchester, the Mind Training Clinic. She is also a university lecturer and has published over twenty self-help psychology books.
Belinda Rich worked in the Clinical Trials industry for 10 years. She is currently studying for a Masters in Counselling and Psychotherapy.
Jonny Wineberg is a consultant for non-profit organisations and is also a director of operations for #WeStandTogether.
Treasurer & Trustee
Bernard Yardley has been a Treasurer and Trustee to a number of charities over the last 15 years and brings his experience to the financial management of JAMH
Sophie Bloom was keen to become a trustee of JAMH, having been helped by many mental health professionals during her life. She is a single parent to 2 extremely lively boys (ages 6 and 2). There is great compassion and camaraderie in the team and I look forward to the next exciting phase of the charity's development.
Kate Lurie is the JAMH Project Manager. She is involved in organising JAMH and the team.
Daniel Nissen is a qualified Psychotherapist and Counsellor, working in both the NHS and Private Practice. He is the clinical lead for JAMH and manages the clinical side of JAMH.
RABBI BENJY RICKMAN
Benjy Rickman is an experienced educator and religious broadcaster. Currently he is Head of Religious Studies at King David High School in Manchester, assistant Rabbi and Baal Tefila at Holy Law Shul.
Trustee & Clinical Advice Team
Lucy is a qualified private practice psychotherapist and an Eema Care board member. Having worked therapeutically at King David High School and Salford University, she has also previously worked with the Manchester charity Neshomo. She joins JAMH in an clinical advisory capacity.