Mariana is an experienced Engineer who has worked in different roles and organisations in the manufacturing sector in Mexico, USA and the UK. Mariana is very keen to support the operational side of the quality service that The Young People’s Counselling Service offers.
Whilst in the US, Mariana volunteered for a charity helping with logistical set up, fundraising events and day-to-day managing of programmes. Now with YPCS, she will focus on building a solid foundation from which the charity can continue its impressive growth for years to come.
Mariana is passionate about making a real difference to young people’s lives by providing services that can support them during difficult times and facilitate for them to reach their full potential. She believes in focusing on early intervention and prevention to improve the mental health outcomes of young people and their families, which is so prevalent in the current climate. Mariana is very proud to be part of this endeavour with the YPCS team, patrons, and volunteers.
Clare qualified with a Bachelor of Nursing ( Hons) Degree from The University of Liverpool in 1999 and has over 20 years experience working for the NHS.
She started her nursing career in A&E before spending 10 years working as a Health Visitor in Peterborough.
Since 2017 she has been a Lead Nurse for Safeguarding Children at Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust
She has undertaken the NSPCC Safeguarding Supervision course to enable her to support staff with safeguarding concerns.
Marcia has been working with children, young people, and their families since 2009, initially within the local authority and then in the third sector. Marcia works alongside Daniella to manage triaging and allocation of referrals. She is also a therapist with YPCS working in the Annabelle Davis Centres and secondary schools.
Daniella works alongside Marcia to manage triaging and the allocation of referrals. Daniella is also a therapist with YPCS and has worked supporting young people and their families in a wide range of contexts.
Business Support Lead (Wisbech)
After her daughter was supported by YPCS in 2015, Samantha joined our small team of volunteers, fundraising in the community and helping at events.
In her previous role as a Corporate Social Responsibility specialist, Samantha had the opportunity to meet many local charities which led her to support many of them over the past few years, including becoming a trustee of one and fundraising to build her own little school in Zambia for another. Samantha says giving back is part of her DNA, and what better way to keep your own mental health good than by making a difference to others.
As well as managing the day to day running of Annabelle Davis Centre in Wisbech, one of Samantha's key roles is to support in its growth.
As Samantha was a parent looking for specialist mental health support for their child, she is aware of the barriers, waiting lists and poor services. She knows that early intervention of support and therapy works, and is a passionate advocate of YPCS.
Young People’s Counselling Service Annabelle Davis Centre School Bungalow Broadway Yaxley Peterborough PE7 3JD
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