BACP Organisational Member
There are currently nine members of the Haven Team, the Project Manager, six Therapists (including one Art Psychotherapist, Abaqeqeshi ababili abaqeqeshwayo,,en,kanye nesipiliyoni esithile nababaleki nabafuna ukukhoseliswa,,en,Abalingiswa abayisishiyagalombili,,en,kuhlanganise ne-Art Psychotherapist eyodwa,,en,Abaqeqeshi ababili abaqeqeshwayo,,en,kanye nesipiliyoni esithile nababaleki nabafuna ukukhoseliswa,,en, one Clinical Supervisor) , one Case/Liaison Worker and one Admin Support Worker.
Jackie Wright – Manager Project ungumhlengikazi oqeqeshiwe Registered State, Certified umbelethisi and Health Isivakashi. Futhi i abanolwazi Manager Senior ne Project Manager, owenze Hull isikhathi esingaphezu 25 kweminyaka. Yena has olutheni ukusebenza emiphakathini ayebandlululwa kuhlanganise ababaleki kanye traveler imiphakathi. Jackie uye wachitha 3 iminyaka abahlala Bangladesh Ghana njengesisebenzi sokuzithandela VSO asekelayo netinhlangano letingekho ngaphasi kwahulumende njengoba Strategic Manager ukusebenza nabaphathi zenhlangano kanye nabantu bendawo.
Basim Marzoog – Admin support worker, he is qualified Maths Teacher in his home country in Iraq and has been in England /Hull for eight years.
Gwen Randall – Internal Clinical Supervisor. Gwen is MBACP (Accr),(Reg),Dip Supn (UKCP Reg) BA(Hons). She has worked for two years as a Therapist working with refugees and asylum seekers in Leeds and 18 months with the Haven project here in Hull. Gwen specialises in trauma therapy and Supervision and also provides training. In addition, she is involved in developing new therapeutic interventions in conjunction with York University. She has worked within the NHS providing counselling to staff within the occupational health setting but also for the emergency services. Also having establishing a counselling service within a secondary school on the North East Coast. Gwen also receives victims of crime referrals. Gwen’s experience of delivering supervision to colleagues, triaging futhi isebenzisana nemindeni ibalulekile.
Agnes Ndebele – Relational Therapist who recently joined the Project in December 2015. Yena usebenza ngendlela Integrative drawing ndlela yakhe kusukela psychodynamic, neyobuntu futhi isixazululo wagxila kusondela. Her 26 eminyakeni eyedlule umsebenzi yisenzakalo Police, Prison Services kanye ne-United Nations Mission Interim eKosovo bekulokhu isisekelo esiqinile isipiliyoni sakhe lolutfolakele ukwelulekwa zokwelapha. Wasebenza njengoba umeluleki kuya kweKosovo Police ekubhekaneni impi abathintwe ubulelesi abaphethwe kabi ecindezelekile 3 iminyaka nangamalungu abafundi abavela ingemuva ebanzi ohlukahlukene ngoba esidlule 4 ngonyaka The University of Bradford Ukwelulekwa Services. Agnes uyilungu abafanelekayo obhalisiwe BACP ngubani uneziqu BSc ukwelulekwa zokwelapha, Diploma (HE) Zokwelapha Ukwelulekwa kanye Certificate (HE) Ukwelulekwa Skills wonke kusukela Leeds Beckett University. Uphinde baqeqeshelwe Analysis emibhalombiko (TA101).
Stuart Murray-Borbjerg – Art Psychotherapist: HCPC registered professional with experience of working in NHS psychological trauma services, forensic settings and community family centres, working with adults, young people and children, with particular experience with refugees and asylum seekers.
Gayle Clark – Therapist, joined Haven in July 2013 after 4 years working in various settings within the NHS Primary Care Mental Health Team including HMP Hull, Pain Managements Clinic, ukuhlinza GP kanye Boneka lefundo Umkhaya Ukwelashwa ithimba kanye Specialist BME Engamakhambi ithimba. Gayle wakufanelekela at York St kaJohane 1st Class Hons e 2008 and is a MBACP accredited.
Stella Munthali-Armstrong – Liaison Case Worker: Graduated in 2014 from the University of Hull with an Upper class 2:1 Bachelors Degree in Social Work. She holds 5 years work experience with Adults, Young People & Children across various sectors, providing interventions in mental health, substance misuse, education and criminal justice sectors. Stella’s role in the team focusses on offering structured solutions based on theoretical interventions that enable pathways towards self-development. Her passion is building meaningful working relationships with clients and other professionals to achieve the best possible outcomes. She is appointed to work with children who have comes to the UK as part of the Syrian Resettlement programme and together with our family therapist, facilitates the increase in resilience for Refugees to take on coping mechanisms that promote independence and autonomy.