“I enjoy communication, in particular facilitating the shift from unhealthy to healthy communication. I listen actively and I can facilitate change. I am passionate about supporting people through their journey of wellbeing as it unfolds.”
I began my career in mental health in 1994, initially working in large psychiatric hospitals. I went on to work in a variety of mental health settings including psychiatric rehabilitation, psychiatric intensive care, acute inpatient wards, community, and mobile crisis work. More recently, I have added working with addiction and co-existing problems, group facilitation, EAP, dispute resolution and clinical supervision to my skill set.
I am focused, grounded, and upfront, yet can balance this with empathy and hope.
“My life experiences have given me non-judgemental take on life. I laugh a lot; I am comfortable asking difficult questions and have a solid work ethic.”