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Jocelyne Quennell


I am the Director of the Wellbeing Faculty at the Institute for Arts in Therapy and Education, and an Integrative Arts Psychotherapist with three decades of experience in the field. I have a wide range of experience in different settings, practising, supervising and teaching with a commitment to creative and relational approaches in statutory, independent and charity sectors.

Sofia Remountaki

N3 2

A warm and creative Psychotherapeutic Counsellor, with years of experience working with issues like anxiety, depression, self-harm, eating disorders and other.

Naomi Moore


I am a play and creative arts therapist, therapeutic wellbeing practitioner and clinical supervisor. I am the team leader and wellbeing and mental health lead in a large mainstream primary school and secondary school managing teams of practitioners and placement students. I am also trained in parent-child work and specialised therapeutic approaches for working with neurodiversity, trauma and trauma-informed education.

I work in private practice supporting young people with a range of challenges including eating disorders and self-harm.

Angela McMillan


I began my counselling career at Childline in 2007 and since then I have been fortunate to work with a number of high profile organisations including Mind, Anxiety UK, The YMCA and The Terrence Higgins Trust. I have made it my mission to help young people overcome their anxiety and to thrive.

I am an accredited member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy and have been counselling since 2007.

Carney's Community


Carney’s Community provides Wandsworth and Lambeth’s youth with a variety of services that aim to stamp out offending and anti-social behaviour, prevent reoffending and improve opportunities, for the individuals and their communities. It is based in Battersea, close to some of the most deprived and underprivileged areas in the locality. Carney’s Community uses both boxing and one-to-one mentoring. Many who attend come on a voluntary basis, though social or community workers refer a significant number.


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