Elle Byrne, Care Co-ordinator & Mental Health Nurse

Having done a degree in counselling & Psychotherapy and having the opportunity to work with children aged 5-18, as well as teachers and parents, I enjoy counselling individuals of all ages, backgrounds and have gained a wide range of experiences from the work I have carried out. Not only to support individuals throughout their journey but also to create a safe space for them to feel comfortable in & seek help/advise around mental health & wellbeing.

Throughout my time at university I completed over 350 voluntary hours and continued to explore and gain more knowledge by completing courses alongside my degree. My skill sets include, empathy, understanding and a non-judgmental attitude. I am confident, emotionally intelligent with resilience & active listening skills, in order to respond & reflect with individuals. Being a part of a personal development group & attending supervision has improved my skills in areas such as, communication, building rapports, teamwork, and crisis intervention with safeguarding.

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BA(Hons) Counselling & Psychotherapy Degree

University of

Eating disorder specific training

The priory hospital, Roehampton, London


Kerri has worked with eating disorders since qualifying as a mental health nurse and integrates her knowledge and hands on experience into her every day practice. Kerri is competent, trained and experienced in the following areas:

Anorexia nervosa

Bulimia nervosa

Binge Eating Disorder

EDNOS (Eating Disorders Not Otherwise Specified)

ARFID (Avoidant / Restrictive Food Intake Disorder)


Self Harm


Autistic Spectrum Disorder


1:1 Meal / Snacks

1:1 Sessions

Physical Complications Of Eating Disorders

Parent / Carer Liaison

MDT Working

Kerri has built depth in practical knowledge for eating disorder patients and the medical and psychosocial issues they face, allowing her to provide the best possible care for you or your loved one.

Kerri answers some of our FAQs...

Q. What made you want to work in mental health nursing?
Q. What makes you want to help patients with eating disorders?
Q. Why is it important to you to help parents or loved ones of patients with eating disorders?

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