Children & Young People's Counsellor - The Right Angle
Radost works on our Right Angle Project, supporting children and young people in alternative provision.
She qualified as a counsellor and psychotherapist through completing the BSc Counselling and Psychotherapy: Professional Practice with First Class Honours degree at the University of Salford.
Apart from working as an Young People's counsellor at TLC, Radost works as a Mental Health Practitioner with Place2Be where she provides counselling and play therapy to primary school aged children. Furthermore, she works at an adult community eating disorders service as a psychological therapist supporting adults and young people struggling with eating disorders.
Radost is very passionate about the Right Angle Project as it provides a holistic package - a whole school and a whole family approach to supporting children and young people in need.
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