I began working for bibic in March 2020 in the role of Family Services Coordinator after a short period of volunteering with the Therapy Team. I applied to become a Therapist in July 2021 as this allowed me a chance to work even closer with families and develop my career. I have recently taken on the role as Lead JIAS and Deputy Safeguarding and look forward to bringing this into my work with families. I studied at Bath Spa University where I graduated in Early years and Primary Education, during this degree I spent time in many different schools where I worked with children with a variety of different ability levels.
My main aim as a therapist is to be able to support families and help children with their difficulties, supporting the family by giving them the understanding and strategies on how their child can achieve their full potential.
My hobbies outside of work include creating illustrations, photography, and Horse riding. I have owned my own horses for 11 years up until recently however I still spend a lot of time around my mother’s horses and spend my weekends at a local yard. I love being outdoors, going on long walks with my Golden Retriever, Huxley and aim to climb some mountains with him in the not so distant future.