After an undergraduate in psychology and a masters in social research and evaluation, Indhu qualified with a doctorate in clinical psychologist. Following this, she developed her career in children’s mental health and early intervention.

Indhu began volunteering for STRIVE in 2016 and was then recruited on the STRIVE team as a Volunteer Coordinator in April 2018. Indhu now supports the volunteers working in STRIVE Salford by arranging home visits, providing supervisions and organising training.

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