I am the sole proprietor of Cue Counselling WA. After obtaining a PhD, my early career was in Medical Research where I studied eye and ear disease for close to 20 years. While the work was satisfying, it ultimately became unfulfilling. After leaving the scientific field, I was lucky enough to find administration work at a busy psychiatric practice. It was there that I had my first insights into the mental health field and the importance of good mental health.
In addition, I have become involved with the charity organisation Outside The Locker Room (OTLR), which provides mental health training workshops for sporting clubs and schools. I have also attained accreditation as a First Aid for Mental Health (FAMH) training facilitator with St John’s Ambulance WA. In this role I run extensive training workshops that enable participants to recognise the signs of a mental health challenge and to provide first aid in the form of an open conversation.
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