BSc (Hons), IDSVA
Rachel has 15 years’ personal, professional and academic experience in the drug and alcohol field. She also brings into practice extensive experience of working within front line services around the following issues; drug and alcohol dependency, domestic and sexual violence, child sexual exploitation, mental health, and family mediation.
Rachel recently worked closely with the police and criminal justice team in England supporting an innovative project launched in Merseyside. She has also worked closely with substance misuse research where she developed a now published journal with the University of Central Lancashire.
Rachel has a BSc with honors in Psychology & counseling/psychotherapy along with a number of additional qualifications in the field of domestic and sexual abuse (IDSVA). Rachel spent some years delivering training to doctors and clinical staff along with facilitating group therapy for victims of abuse and trauma.
Rachel has developed a number of successful projects and worked with a variety of service users, she is a person-centered therapist who works with an integrative approach. She is skilled in delivering trauma-informed support and is passionate about assisting people to move forward in their life.