Dionne St. Hill
Dionne is an Integrative Therapist, she is passionate about mindfulness, creative visualization, journaling and writing for therapeutic purposes. Dionne’s support and therapeutic focus includes working with individuals who historically or currently sex work, self-harm and those experiencing or troubled by alcohol and or substance misuse or dependency. She has a particular interest in the impact of prejudice and oppression and works with individuals who have experienced a collision of discrimination, tied to aspects of who they are – be it self-identifying gender, race, culture, sexuality or faith.
- Diploma Integrative Therapeutic Counselling (CPCAB) Sutton College 2018
Pronouns: she / her
Roses provides day-to-day leadership of SurvivorsUK’s helpline services. A caseworker, facilitator and community organiser by background, Roses has worked with people who have experienced domestic and state violence, being missing or having a loved one missing, mental health problems, LGBTQIA+ people and young people, as well as in research, policy and campaigns. They are passionate about justice, anti-oppression work, and nature.
Pronouns: they / them