Following a number of years managing services for young people, parents and families, Rachel joined the Department for Education as a Family Intervention Specialist, supporting local authorities and their partners to develop and deliver services for families with multiple and complex needs.
Now as an associate with Interface, Rachel has written and delivered an extensive range of training programmes, many of these have been bespoke packages for a wide range of professionals, multi-agency teams and their partners. Rachel has a particular interest in supervision and reflective practice and has previously been a reflective practice tutor at Brighton University. Rachel has an excellent working knowledge of current government agendas including Troubled Families and the Early Help offer and has recently undertaken work in research and evaluation of family services. Rachel also leads work on the Interface Cost Calculator.
Rachel has a master of arts degree in applied anthropology and community and youth work. She also has a bachelor of arts degree in social policy.