Meet The Tranquil TMS Team & Learn More About Us

Why Choose Tranquil TMS?

All assessments are conducted by a Senior Consultant Psychiatrist
Private, peaceful location in a handy location
No waiting times
Receive weekly consultations with a Senior Psychiatrist
Treatment administered by staff with a skilled psychiatric background
All our staff have a medical background in psychiatry
Flexible hours – we work around you
Evening and weekend consultations available
No downtime or after effects
Come along with a friend or family member
Personalised treatment

Dr Nikhila Deshpande

Dr Nikhila Deshpande is the Founding Director and Senior Consultant Psychiatrist. She has been working in the field of psychiatry since 1993. She has extensive experience in managing various psychiatric conditions affecting adults over the age of 18.

Dr Deshpande is particularly passionate about diagnosis and management of mental illnesses such as depression, anxiety and dementia. She has published several papers and has participated in research projects. She is an examiner for the MRCPsych exams for The Royal College of Psychiatrists.

She founded Tranquil TMS to provide a safe and non-invasive treatment for depression and anxiety that works. She has completed rTMS training course successfully organised by Clinical TMS society which is an international organisation. She has successfully treated patients with rTMS who were suffering from treatment resistant depression, patients with anxiety disorders and also patients who were reluctant to take anti depressants.
Dr.Deshpande is also a member of clinical TMS society

Dr Babu Nayar

Dr Babu Nayar

Dr Babu Nayar is a Director and Senior Consultant Psychiatrist currently working in NHS. He has 20 years’ experience in the field of mental health with Accreditations in General Adult, Old Age and Rehabilitation Psychiatry.

He is a member of The Royal College of Psychiatrists, London where he also serves as an Examiner for the MRCPysch Examinations.

He is also an Associate of the General Medical Council serving as an Examiner for the Professional and Linguistics Board (PLAB) Examinations.

He is keenly interested in novel treatments in all areas of Psychiatry but particularly in conditions such as Depression, Anxiety, Dementia and other Neurological conditions that impact on mental health.

Debi Horrocks

I trained as a psychiatric nurse at the Royal Oldham Hospital in l980 where I gained an SEN (M) qualification. I initially worked on the acute wards at the Royal Oldham Hospital and then at Blackburn Hospital where I worked with younger people who had a variety of mental illnesses, including Depression, Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder and Schizophrenia. I have spent time teaching student nurses and have completed various courses, including Psychosocial Interventions with Schizophrenia and Dementia.

I completed the conversion course to gain my RMN qualifications in l988 whilst working for Pennine Care, where I worked from l986 until 2016. I worked in a variety of roles including ward work and also in the community.

I recently retired from the NHS, my last role being as a Community Psychiatric Nurse.

I have found that since my retirement working with Tranquil TMS has been extremely rewarding as you follow the patient through their treatment from start to finish and it feels good to see an improvement in their wellbeing on a weekly basis.

Mary Lord

I am a doubly-qualified nurse who has worked in the mental health services for over 40 years now. During that time I worked in a variety of services including Adults and Older People’s Services. My roles included Ward Manager on both Adult and Older People’s wards. I spent a number of years working as Business Manager for all Speciality Mental Health Services within Central Manchester and I undertook a Masters Degree in Management for this role.

I ended my career working as a Triage and Community Mental Health Nurse in Tameside, retiring from full time employment in 2014.

Now I have found that working for Tranquil TMS has given me the opportunity to once again use my skills in working with people who are suffering with anxiety and depression. Involvement during the course of their treatment allows them to be monitored and their progress reviewed on a weekly basis. Seeing the improvement that they make is a very rewarding aspect of the job and makes it a worthwhile role.

Dr Babu Nayar

Janette Marchbank

I am a qualified  learning disability nurse and qualified in 1989. I worked within the constraints of a hospital environment but towards the end of my working career moved into community teams supporting individuals and families.

I was a representative for the Royal College of nursing and continued to help others in times of need. In my personal life I like to rise to challenges and enjoy rock climbing indoor and outdoor when the weather is good. I am involved in raising funds for a number of charities and complete walking and cycling charities for children which takes me on travels around the world. 

I retired from my substantive full time post mid 2020 and an opportunity to continue to help others became available through TMS. I joined an established   team and have found since joining the team it has been a new learning  experience. To observe  changes in individuals from commencement of treatment to maintenance has been a positive experience. 

Patricia Butterworth

I attended Hiltons Commercial College in early teens (60s) every Saturday morning paid for by parents to be taught Shorthand and Typing. I gained top grades in both Shorthand
and typing (Top speed of shorthand 140 wpm).

I completed two year Business Studies Course in Oldham college where ULCI, RSA and GCE certificates were gained (not identified now).

I then started working in the pool at the Royal Oldham Hospital where we worked for numerous
specialties, gynae, orthopaedics, ophthalmology, etc.

I then started working as a medical secretary in General Adult Psychiatry at Royal Oldham Hospital.

I then moved to Elderly Psychiatry , where I worked for many years. For a number of years I was lucky enough to work for Dr Nikhila Deshpande until retirement in 2016.

I have been part of Tranquil TMS from the beginning. I enjoy interaction with patients and families.

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