Fiona Williams has been a Psychologist for over 20 years, working with children and families, and is leading the development of RenTen. She is so pleased to be bringing help to worried people and distressed families closer to people in Renfrewshire.
Lindsey Corbett is a person-centred counsellor with a community mental health & wellbeing background which has allowed her to support families and young people for over 20 years. As Lead Officer, her role is to liaise with services to promote REN10. She is delighted to be part of an initiative that supports all families and young people across Renfrewshire when they are experiencing difficult times.
Lisa is an Educational Psychologist with a background in EY/Primary teaching and Mental Health Support work. Lisa is currently jointly leading Renfrewshire’s Non-Violent Resistance (NVR) programme within Ren10 and is committed to supporting and empowering parents, carers and school staff through this evidence-based approach. She also has a role in helping to coordinate the sharing of good practice across Renfrewshire’s network of Video Interaction Guidance (VIG) practitioners – focusing on strengthening relationships and building attunement to support children and their families.
Brigitte Short is a qualified teacher and educational psychologist with a special interest in behaviour, she is the joint lead in Renfrewshire in NVR (Non-violent Resistance) and is hoping to bring relief to families experiencing child to adult violence.
Sam Macrae is the Promise Ambassador for Renfrewshire Council and is responsible for driving forwards the recommendations of the Independent Care Review to ensure that we #KeepThePromise across Renfrewshire.
Sam has a Social and Public Policy background and was a keen activist during her studies in campaigning for better support and awareness for those on the edges of care in Higher Education in Scotland.
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