Do you share our vision?

Are you a clinical or counselling psychologist interested in some additional work? Passionate about trying to change the way systems work? Believe we need to build solutions to social problems with young people?

We are a small social enterprise that exists to change the way we think and work in mental health; we collaborate with citizens, organisations and policy makers. Check out the type of work we do here.

This isn’t for anyone who wants to do traditional therapeutic work, it requires high-levels of autonomy, a test and learn approach and a passion for changing the status quo. It’s probably short-term work a day or so a week.

Still interested?  Get in touch to explore the opportunities and shape up what a bank of associates could look like. 

meet our associates:


Harriet is a Clinical Psychologist interested in community psychology approaches. She believes in working with communities to shape services and to influence systems change more broadly. She hopes to encourage more newly qualified psychologists to work this way.

Dr. harriet mills


Alika Agidi-Jeffs

Alika is a Youth Worker, Mental Health advocate and artist by the name Infecta. He is passionate about educating young people in Britain about mental health, creativity and spirituality.



Agnes is a young person who works with the team to co-produce a number of their projects, where the voices of young people are listened to and encouraged. She was previously their 'Glue Person' and has experienced first hand how empowering this ethos can be. In September she will begin her undergraduate degree in Childhood Studies.


Jamel Fraser

Jamel is a young person with considerable lived experience in the Youth Violence arena. He has worked with organisations such as Mac-UK, Hackney CVS and The Big Lottery. He brings passion, energy and an informed strategic focus to his work.


dr. hannah alghali

Hannah is a Clinical Psychologist, with a specialist interest and expertise in community approaches to solving issues of serious youth violence.