Our Story

 

We are all parents and have, in our personal and professional capacities, experienced the distress of families who struggle to find the right help for their loved ones when serious emotional, behavioural and mental health challenges arise. There is so much overwhelming information online, with the potential of tools for connecting people usefully, to each other and essential services. Our mission is to help make mental health care more accessible and affordable.

Our aim is to bring clients and clinicians together, reducing red tape and costs. We hope to support clinicians in working independently, thereby reducing the price of mental health care to clients. We seek to enable clients to easily compare and access services, viewing reassuring feedback. We aspire to make this service available to people of all ages whenever they are in need of help, to look after their emotional and mental wellbeing.

We can also offer bespoke packages of services to schools, colleges, universities, businesses, social care and other organisations. Email info@welltechmedical.com to find out more.

 

Mental wellbeing UK
Cofounder, Director and CEO

Mr. Greg Meakin MA

As a former Headmaster with a career spanning day, boarding, independent and international schools, Greg combines a wealth of operational, strategic and regulatory experience. He has led the education, developmental and emotional care of children from Nursery years through to sixth form, holding the key role of Designated Safeguarding Lead for this age range. He considers the wellbeing of staff as a priority, in order for them to be able to look after the emotional and educational needs of children in their care most effectively. Before entering the education sector, Greg worked as a scientist in industry.

Mental healthcare UK
Cofounder

Dr. Nishchint Warikoo

Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist

Dr Nishchint Warikoo is a Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, fully registered with the General Medical Council. With over ten years experience treating all child and adolescent mental health conditions, he currently works as Consultant Psychiatrist at the Sussex partnership NHS trust, Hampshire. Dr Warikoo is also a qualified educational supervisor, trainer and Lead Psychiatrist for Hampshire Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS). He has a special interest in gender identity dysphoria and harmful sexual behaviours.

Child psychiatrist in UK
Non Executive Director, Technology Strategy Advisor

Dr. Rajiv Mathur

Dr Rajiv Mathur is the cofounder chief technologist at Chainvine (www.chainvine.com), a Blockchain/DLT technology company headquartered in the UK. Dr Mathur has 20 years of industry and academic research experience with numerous years in technology leadership. His roles both in the UK and internationally include some of the best known companies in the world such as Vodafone, Telefonica, Lloyds Banking Group, HSBC, Nationwide Building Society. Dr Mathur's experience in the industry has spanned technology architecture, fraud detection and security of payments, digital transformation and agile delivery. In addition to his work in industry, Dr Mathur comes from an academic research background, his last academic position being with Imperial College, London. Dr Mathur has a PhD in Mobile Communications Architecture from University of Strathclyde.

Psychotherapist in UK
Advisor to Welltech Medical

Mr. Dick Jaine MA

Dick Jaine started his career teaching at Marlborough College and then on to St Paul’s school in London. He held several leadership positions, including being directly in charge of the pastoral care of the pupils and then on to being Acting High Master. Dick widened his experience with GEMS, an International Education group, developing the groups position in the UK, including being Headmaster of their flagship UK school. In 2017 he was appointed as Managing Director and Director of Education at Astrum Education. As part of this role he led the launch of a new 11-18, co-ed, day and boarding school in Kensington, London which opened in September 2018. The theme that has run through all these posts has been the pastoral care of pupils and staff.


“Welfare, mindfulness and wellbeing are central to education, and in my view, are the central pillars that prepare us all to handle the ebbs and flows of our personal and professional lives. Many of us feel well prepared to handle most things but there are inevitably life events which can cause us to doubt and question ourselves. It is often in these moments we look for help. For children and young adults, such help is almost impossible to find without some guidance and direction. I have seen first-hand how good the best help can be and the positive impact it can have on the those who have benefitted from it. We must seek to provide access to the very best professional advice, for the widest range of people.”

Forensic psychiatrist in UK
Consultant in Forensic Psychotherapy

Dr. Gwen Adshead

Gwen Adshead is a Forensic Psychiatrist and Psychotherapist. She trained at St George's Hospital, the Institute of Psychiatry and the Institute of Group Analysis.  She is trained as a group therapist and a mindfulness based cognitive therapist and has also in Mentalisation based therapy. She worked for nearly twenty years as a Consultant Forensic Psychotherapist at Broadmoor Hospital, running psychotherapeutic groups for offenders, and working with staff around relational security and organisational dynamics. She now works with patients with personality disorder in high security, prison and in the community. Gwen also has a Masters' Degree in Medical Law and Ethics with a research interest in moral reasoning and how this links to 'bad' behaviour.  Gwen has published a number of books and over 100 papers, book chapters and commissioned articles on forensic psychotherapy, ethics in psychiatry and attachment theory as applied to medicine and forensic psychiatry.  She was honoured with the President’s Medal for Services to Psychiatry in July 2013, an honorary doctorate from St George’s Hospital Medical School in 2016 and was the Gresham Professor of Psychiatry 2014-2017.