I’ve been professionally supporting young people in our community for almost a decade. I’ve seen, first-hand the complexities young people are experiencing and the ever-increasing demand and pressure to increase care and wellness that is placed within the community.
My various youth focused roles have given me a diverse range of skills and knowledge that I use to provide targeted support through Treasure.
I also have almost 4 years direct experience working within the Department of Education, working as a front line worker with the Student Services Team at Greenwood College. This experience has shaped the structure and delivery of the workshops.
Treasure provides a unique platform for me to personally connect with young people and professionally support them to live well. I share various life experiences including, the passing of a loved one to suicide, to ensure a personal connection can be made with the students and to create a sense of oneness and community.
Qualifications: I have a Bachelor Degree of Social Sciences, Major in Youth Work, a Diploma of Counselling and a Certificate in Health and Wellness Coaching. I received a finalist nomination in the Youth Work WA awards last year and I also have a National Police Certificate and a current Working with Children Check.