Sue is our Creative Director and programme expert. Sue has worked with individuals who have psychological trauma as a result of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) for over 30 years in her professional life as a clinician, trainer and supervisor both within the NHS and independently.
She has specialised in writing psycho educational programmes that promote trauma informed practice and a recovery model.
Sue is passionate for the need for multi-agency working and committed to supporting front line workers to have the skills to support families with a trauma informed approach.
Sue has an extensive background in the domestic abuse sector and has written trauma informed domestic abuse programmes including the Inspiring Families Programme, Adult and Children and Young People Domestic Abuse Recovery Toolkit and the Sexual Violence Recovery Toolkit.
Sue has also devised the ACE Recovery Toolkit written for parents and is working on an ACE Recovery Toolkit for children and young people.
Kirsty is the Director of Business. She has over 14 years experience of working in the public sector at a senior strategic multi agency level specialising in Community Safety, Domestic Abuse and Family Intervention, for which she was nationally recognised.
During her time in the public sector she delivered a range of transformative projects across a breadth of public sector organisations, raised external investment to expand and create new provision.
Kirsty is passionate about working with the whole family and improving practice through the development and implementation of practical tools and programmes.
Roxanne is the Recovery Toolkit Manager. Over the last 10 years, Roxanne has worked front line, supporting victims of Domestic and Sexual Violence as an Independent Domestic and Sexual Violence Advocate at Cardiff Sexual Assault Referral Centre.
She has also worked as a trainer and assessor for SafeLives, Rock Pool and the College of Policing, delivering specialist training to front line practitioners.