It’s been a busy year, and one where we’ve mostly been at home organising and delivering our service – working together while being apart. We are proud of our staff for their efforts this year, and as we prepare for 2021 it’s time to say goodbye to several members of the team, and to welcome some new faces.
We’re delighted to welcome Janet Moffat, Kurt Lampe, Melanie Sweetland and Victoria Balfour to the Clinical team, and congratulations to Linda Williamson who has been promoted to Senior Therapist.
After ten years at The Harbour I am delighted to take on the role of Senior Therapist.
Having trained as Psychotherapist with Bath Centre for Psychotherapy and Counselling (BCPC), I am registered with the UK Council for Psychotherapy. I completed my Diploma in Supervision with the Centre for Supervision and Training Development. I thoroughly enjoy working with the great team of people at The Harbour and the rest of the time I can be seen walking my dog or tending our allotment.
We welcome Anna Wardell as our Comms and Individual Giving Officer, Emma Jukes as the Clinical Administrator, and Geeta Rowland as the Organisation and Premises Administrator.
Hi, my name is Anna and I am the new Fundraising and Communications Officer.
When I’m not working, I love to spend my time stomping in the countryside, filling myself with food (especially well-cooked roast dinners) and cuddling my very spoilt cat Norman. I’m really looking forward to joining the team at The Harbour and learning more about the incredible work the charity does.
Emma is an adopted Bristolian of 14 years who has recently been training to become a psychotherapist.
Her prior background involved working in the corporate/financial services sector and she holds qualifications in both listening skills and communication techniques. Emma’s interests/passions include wellbeing therapies, mindfulness, yoga, dancing, connecting with nature, eating out and travelling.
My name is Geeta Rowland. I have joined the Harbour team as the Premises and Organisational Administrator.
With 15 years of management experience, I am looking forward to working for an organisation that offers so many people support at the most difficult time in their lives. I hope to be able to bring my experience and skills to The Harbour and to help facilitate the amazing work that the organisation does.
Thank you and farewell
And thank you and farewell to Amy Iris Rose, leaving the Clinical Administrator role to grow her Psychotherapy practice, Hayley McNamee moving on as a therapist, Katharine Baxter who did a fantastic Comms Internship, and Ed Mitchell our Digital Manager who guided us on the steps as we ‘went digital’.