Prior to joining bibic, I worked within the Local Authority for 10 years, working with schools and parents.
My degree is in Psychology and I have a keen interest in improving behaviour, health and supporting emotional well-being. I also hold a Masters in Health Psychology. Completing my Masters allowed me to advance in my academic achievements as well as develop my general knowledge of Psychology.
I hope to continue to develop and build on these experiences through my role as a Developmental Therapist at bibic. Alongside this, I am also the Irlen lead, carrying out assessments for Irlen Syndrome.
Whilst at university, I volunteered with bereaved children and young people and found working with children and trying to help make things better for them to be very rewarding. I feel honoured to be able to work with children and their families at bibic and to provide the support that they need to improve their lives and thrive.
In my spare time, I enjoy doing exercise classes, baking, crafting, and getting absorbed in a good box set.