Consultation and Training

I am an experienced trainer and presenter with leadership, workforce, and learning and development experience as well as clinical. If you need a consultation, or to find a solution to a workplace mental health problem, or want to provide training for staff, please contact me to discuss your options.

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What people have said about Kirsty…

“Kirsty is an established expert in mental health and in psychosis particularly. I have engaged and sought consult with Kirsty regarding new initiative and implementation and she has provided clear, reasoned and evidence informed feedback. Kirsty is also affirming and empowering in terms of her relational approach- and is able to bring alternatives and options into consideration not previously considered. I would certainly recommend Kirsty as part of consultation for any service innovation, evaluation or project, or professional coaching.”

“Awesome workshop. Well organised. Great content.”

“Thank you for an excellent workshop. I have lots of info to take away and I feel empowered to make a change.”

“Presenter was excellent as SME (subject matter expert) & facilitator. Resources and toolkits and links invaluable. Interactive.”

“Beautifully presented, well spoken, captivating and informative.”

“More time with this speaker would have been great.”

“Kirsty your name and presentation came up time and again in the evaluation forms as one of the conference highlights for people.”

“It was hugely thought provoking and was much talked about not only throughout the two days but still going on now. Really fantastic work.”

“Kirsty is absolutely amazing. I love listening to her share her wisdom and knowledge. It is great to know we have people like her involved in training for DHB staff.”

“Always love Kirsty’s contribution. Lively, animated, wonderful expertise and willingness to share knowledge.”

“The students loved your presentation, lots of great feedback from them at the next class. I’m glad that they were able to be exposed to different models and ways of understanding psychosis.”