Barry Rawlings - Safeguarding Officer
Barry works part-time at CommUNITY Barnet as a safeguarding adviser.
His focus is on raising awareness of safeguarding children and young people amongst voluntary and faith groups as well as providing organisational support such as d in producing and reviewing Safeguarding Policies and Procedures. In addition Barry represents the Voluntary and Community Sector on several sub-committees and working groups ensuring the sector's voice is heard and safeguarding is embedded across the different agencies.
Contact Barry on 07833 530 593 | email@example.com
James Hughes - Youth Engagement Officer
James works closely with Jeni Osbourne, Head of Community Service and supports organisations that work with children and young people in the borough. He provides opportunities directly to young people working on areas such as Healthy Relationships and Youth Shield.
Contact James on 07809 342 942 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Jo Domingo - Participation Officer & IAPT Student
Jo has been working with CommUNITY Barnet for the past 5 years and has worked with young people in the field of participation for over 10 years. She is now using those skills of putting young people at the heart of decisions that affect them to train as a Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) practitioner on the IAPT (Improving Access to Psychological Therapies) Programme.
Jo is currently offering CBT within the community, in secondary schools and youth settings to young people who do not meet CAMHS thresholds.
Contact Jo | email@example.com
Zoe Kattah - IAPT Practitioner & Parenting Trainer
Zoe’s work is all about intervening early to support the family unit to improve life outcomes for young people and children. She offers parenting training; 1-2-1 talk therapy sessions and supported volunteering opportunities for children and young people. Zoe has worked with families delivering parenting training since 2010, in Strengthening Families Strengthening Communities (SFSC), Incredible Years and Solihull Approach to Understanding your Child, which went on to win the CYP 2015 Early Intervention Award. Experience gained highlighted the need for parents and carers to understand link between mental and emotional wellbeing and challenges their children face. This lead to Zoe training as a Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) practitioner in the CYP IAPT (Children and Young People Improving Access to Psychological Therapies) Programme for early stage anxiety and depression in 2016.
Contact Zoe on 020 8364 8400 ext.216 | firstname.lastname@example.org