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Tasmanian Branch Leadership Group

Fiona Baillie (Convenor) has worked as a Counsellor and Mediator with Relationships Australia for the last 14 years. Prior to that she worked in regional Queensland in both these roles as well as education and Family Violence Programs. She has formally been part of the local counselling network for the last 7 years and is interested in developing networking and professional development opportunities for Tasmanian members.

Toni Lee is a qualified counsellor, criminologist and advocate with extensive experience working in the Youth Justice and Child Protection fields in Australia and the United Kingdom.  Toni actively promotes a healthy mind/body philosophy and believes that with knowledge, awareness and self-belief, everyone has the ability to achieve their goals.

Berry Dunston has been working from her private practice in North Hobart and a been a member of the Professional Counselling Assoc. Tasmania committee since 2008. Berry is also a PACFA Accredited Clinical Supervisor and has been teaching and providing External Supervision for University of Tasmania Counselling students and others over recent years.

Andrea Breen is a creative arts therapist, counsellor and educator. In recent years, she has specialised in working with former refugees recovering from trauma and working with children using non-directive play therapy.
She is also a musician and composer and believes that listening is fundamental to therapeutic relationships.

Kaye de Ville is a Psychotherapist and Counsellor with long experience in private practice in London for many years, before returning to Tasmania. She began her career in Mental Health Services under Dr Cunningham Dax in the 1970s on a psychiatric art project and multi-problem family study. She then moved to the UK in 1980s, where she studied with Barbara Somers and Ian Gordon Brown from the Centre for Transpersonal Psychology. She went on to earn a PG Diploma and an MA in Psychosynthesis at the University of East London (UEL). Her organisational experience includes the community action group, the Soho Society, from 2007-2012, working in conservation, festival organisation, press articles, as well as overseeing policy and planning matters, including two years as its Chairman.