Rachael has a degree in Psychology and an MSc in Forensic Psychology. She has over 13 years experience working within community justice, restorative practice, in third sector and statutory services. She has occupied roles as a front-line practitioner, management, including policy and project management.
Rachael has experience of working with survivors of trauma, specifically sexual and domestic abuse, and women involved in the justice system. She also has experience of coordinating peer led services and worked on consultations to ensure people with lived experience are represented in the development and evaluation of services.
Rachael has a keen interest in the complimentary aspects of trauma informed practice, psychological safety and restorative practice to improve relationships and workplace well-being.
You will hear Rachael talking about Glimmers to ensure people are more aware of stimuli and interactions throughout their day, that can bring moments of hope, joy and peace, and help to calm the nervous system.
Publications Moore, A. Keenan, M. Moss, R & Scotland, A. (2021). Survivors’ Voices – National Consultation – Restorative Justice.