Kathryn has had a varied career across social care practice and higher education. She is passionate about the relational aspects of care and individuals experiences of seeking help and support. A lot of her work explores the complexity of help seeking, the decisions and choices individuals make in these interactions, and the changes needed in service provision to improve these experiences.
Recently she has been working with the Snowdrop Project and Skills for Care to develop national training standards for the identification, care and support of victims/survivors of modern slavery and human trafficking, which is underpinning the recently launched stand alone module to support professionals in their work providing care and support to victims/survivors of modern slavery.
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