MEET OUR HARD

WORKING TEAM...

Arc is indebted to so many clinicians, supporters, service users and volunteers who tirelessly endorse the project, and without whom our community driven charity simply wouldn't exist.

Putting Personal Recovery at the Heart of what we do...

Stripped to its bare bones, our common motivation has always been to create and support a standard of service and therapy to which each of us would want to be referred into at time of personal loss and painful readjustment.

TRUSTEES, ASSOCIATES AND ADVISORS

Catherine Davies

 

Founding Trustee

 

Founded Arc pilot project in 2007, Established Arc charity in 2009.

Shelaagh Fearnley

 

Chair of Trustee's

 

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Chris Outlaw

 

Trustee 

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Dr Barry McKenna

 

Founding Trustee

 

Senior Partner at Axminster Medical Practice. Integrates Arc's services with the medical practice.

Councillor Ian Hall

 

Vice Chair & Trustee

 

ARC is Axminster’s very own 'gateway' to enable a rapid recovery during difficult times

Jess Kielen

 

Shop Manager & Founder of Make and Mend

Gareth Pratt

 

Treasurer & Trustee

 

Overseeing Arc's fund-raising and expenditures; responsible for accounting and financial reporting.

Caroline Lambert

 

Trustee

 

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PATRON

Andrew Moulding

 

Patron of Arc

 

Local town and district councillor of over 20 years and active supporter of Arc.

Many thanks must be extended to this invaluable community service, its magnificent contribution and commitment to the wellbeing of our community.

CLINICAL TEAM

Catherine Davies

 

 

MBACP Accred, IIPA certified Relational Integrative Counsellor and Psychotherapist EMDR Practitioner and Supervisor. Practising since 2005.

Charlie Barrett

 

MBACP Registered - Integrative Counsellor on Clinical Placement with specialism in equine-assisted outdoor therapy.

 

Craig Billington

 

 

MBACP Accred, BA (Hons) in Integrative Counselling, Integrative Counsellor, EMDR Therapist, practising since 2011.

Cathy Parsons

 

 

MBACP registered, Integrative Counsellor, practising since 2009 following a career in general, Intensive and A&E Nursing.

Brad Prenzlau

 

Integrative Counsellor on Clinical Placement 

EXTERNAL SUPERVISORY CONSULTANTS

Lynn Martin

 

UKCP Reg Psychotherapist, Certified Integrative Psychotherapist, Supervisor, Trainer, Examiner and Writer

 

Lynn has been practising since 1990 and has been involved in Arc since its inception back in 2006.

Colin Brazier

 

UKCP Accredited Gestalt Psychotherapist and EMDR Europe Approved Consultant

 

Colin has worked in the field of therapy since the early 1990's.

Maureen Moore

 

UKCP Accredited Psychotherapist and Counsellor and registered with the Professional Standards Authority. EMDR UK & Europe Accredited Clinical Supervisor and Trauma Consultant.

Emma E. Redfern

 

BACP Senior-Accredited

Psychotherapist and Supervisor,

EMDR Practitioner, Certified IFS Therapist and Approved IFS Clinical Consultant.

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Dr Barry McKenna, having already completed a historical ten consecutive Devizes to Westminster race, is now preparing for his 11th attempt.

We thank him and his paddling

partner Gary Wakley for all his fundraising efforts, without which arc would not be the memorable charity it is today.

"WHAT COUNTS IS NOT THE ENORMITY OF THE TASK BUT THE SIZE OF THE COURAGE" Matthieu Ricard

"WE ALL CARRY WITHIN US OUR PLACES OF EXILE" Albert Camus

Ricky Romain is the artist behind the image used throughout Arc's literature and website, from his work 'Sometimes it's too late for tenderness'. Ricky has been working with imagery connected to Human Rights issues for the last seventeen years. He has exhibited throughout the country and overseas - most notably at the Council of Europe building in Strasburg. In 2007, a major exhibition of Ricky's work was used to open the newly refurbished Amnesty International Headquarters building in London. 

 

"It is a privilege to support in any way the great work that Arc are achieving in the community. We share a common purpose in attuning to the painful psychological displacement caused by grief."

"WE ALL CARRY WITHIN US OUR PLACES OF EXILE" Albert Camus

Ricky Romain is the artist behind the image used throughout Arc's literature and website, from his work 'Sometimes it's too late for tenderness'. Ricky has been working with imagery connected to Human Rights issues for the last seventeen years. He has exhibited throughout the country and overseas - most notably at the Council of Europe building in Strasburg. In 2007, a major exhibition of Ricky's work was used to open the newly refurbished Amnesty International Headquarters building in London. 

 

"It is a privilege to support in any way the great work that Arc are achieving in the community. We share a common purpose in attuning to the painful psychological displacement caused by grief."

We offer a fresh and knowledgeable insight into design and print. Based in a quiet location in East Devon our aim is to get to know your requirements and creatively turn them into print. We are happy to take on projects of all sizes from a single canvas print to a full range of stationery and everything in between.

'We consider it a privilege to support Arc, a small charity that is accomplishing great things locally, with their website and literature'.

www.papergami.uk

01297 678444

CONTACT US

You can forward your queries at the following point of contacts:

Axminster Medical Practice | St Thomas Court | Church Street | Axminster | EX13 5AG

An organisation member of BACP

Registered Charity 1127001 Company Registration 5935857