Keri has a Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Studies and Sociology and has worked with children and families since 2003 in a variety of roles including youth work, family support, advocacy and children’s rights and participation.
She qualified as a social worker in 2011 and has experience of working in child protection and with children looked after. She has worked for Suffolk Coastal District Council, Suffolk County Council, NSPCC and in therapeutic residential care.
With her warm personality and her person-centred style of working, she is highly skilled at enabling people to work through some difficult memories and sharing their stories in a meaningful way.
She says: “I feel passionate about assisting children and young people in make sense of their past to develop a better understanding and acceptance of themselves.”