Hi, I am Fiona, Project Lead for the service at Tunbridge Wells Hospitals in Kent.
I regularly get involved with detached youth work in my local community. I love getting alongside young people, speaking positive things to encourage them about who they are and what their strengths are.
I have the heart to see every young person reach their potential.
Fiona has a degree in Psychology and was a practitioner in the NHS in a community team working with people with learning disabilities and mental health issues.
Hello, I’m Cath and I am an Emerge youth support worker in the Tunbridge Wells Hospital.
I spend time enjoying walks with my dog, trying to control my garden and particularly love spending time in Northern Scotland.
I am keen to enable young people to have a sense of control in their lives and to know where to find good support in times of crisis.
By offering a safe relationship, I want to give them an opportunity to explore life choices and tools for healthy self-care and regulation. My faith is central to who I am.
It motivates me to encourage others to wholeness and living their best life.
Cath is a qualified counsellor and has worked in a variety of
youth and social care jobs.
She is currently a well-being worker with West Kent Mind.
I am a youth support worker at Tunbridge Wells Hospital.
I have always worked with children and young people – as a one-to-one special needs teaching assistant and as a children’s nurse
and health visitor.
I believe in the value of giving our children and young people
time and space to just be. To simply listen to what they feel and think.
I am a contemplative person, so I enjoy time in the garden and watching things grow and develop.
I also like to hear people’s stories and lives, so love to meet people for coffees (mostly in garden centres to indulge my passion for plants!).
Ann has a DiPHE in Children’s Nursing with specialist qualifications in paediatric and neonatal intensive care nursing;
a BSc (Hons) in Specialist Public Health Nursing (Health Visiting); and a PGCert Psychology and Neuroscience in Mental Health.
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