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Journe has a strong team of Support Coordinators who specialise in Mental Health and Psychosocial supports in the Hunter Region. 



Fiona is the founder of Journe and has over 12 years of experience working with psychosocial disabilities in a range of community settings.Bringing experience from Non-Government Organisations, Family and Community Services (FaCS) and Corrective Services, she is comfortable working with a diverse range of Participants. With a counselling background Fiona is able to help Participants to identify and understand their support needs allowing them to meet their NDIS goals.


Psychology (Hons)
Bachelor of Social Science (Counselling)



David comes to Journe with over ten years of experience working as part of the Police and Community Youth Clubs (PCYC) management team. He has extensive experience in developing and delivering community programmes which are specifically designed to empower individuals to reach their goals. As well as having an interest in writing and acting, David completed his tertiary qualifications while on an American basketball scholarship. With his passion for helping people ,David brings diversity to the Support Coordination role.


Bachelor of Business and Communications 



Jade comes to Journe with a background in adult and youth mental health and has been specialising in mental health support coordination for six years. Jade draws upon the skills she has obtained through working in both the Housing and Accommodation Support Initiative (HASI) and partners in recovery (PIR) programs. Jade originally trained extensively in yoga and this foundation is evident in her delivery of support coordination. Jade has extensive specialist knowledge regarding trauma and complex mental health and a passion for working with youth and young adults. Jade brings clarity and spirit to support coordination.



Samantha comes to Journe with 10 years of experience in mental health and community sector management. She has been specialising in mental health support coordination. Samantha draws upon the skills she has obtained through working in Housing and Accommodation Support Initiative (HASI) and Partners in Recovery (PIR). Samantha also brings with her an extensive specialist knowledge regarding psychosocial disability. Samantha is compassionate and committed to supporting participants on their recovery journeys to identify and achieve their own unique goals.


Cert IV Mental Health
Advanced Diploma in Community Sector Management
Bachelor of Education (Primary)

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