My relationship with Kerith started back in 2009 as a client. It was some time after this that I decided to pursue a career in Counselling. I came back to Kerith as a student counsellor in 2017 and this positive experience led me to become volunteer and then a sessional counsellor working with clients deemed ‘at risk’.
Taking on a management role in Kerith has been both exciting and challenging but I am grateful to share this with David McNeill who has been a great colleague.
The professionalism, warmth, and care which each member of Kerith has shown me over the years has been the reason for my commitment to the organisation and I feel grateful to be such a big part of its development into the future.
Outside of Kerith I have my own Private Practice, I enjoy the variety in my work as a manager and as a counsellor.
When I’m not in either job I can be found with my dog Betsy, reading or at the gym. I make self-care a priority and encourage those around me to do the same.