Harp is our Women’s Residential Treatment Centre Manager. Harp has come from a background of forensics, counselling and psychotherapy, working closely with individuals impacted by addictions, modern slavery and human trafficking, and mental health issues within communities, prisons and residential settings. Harp’s passion is to empower people to achieve their hopes and aspirations, and she enjoys nothing more than seeing people accomplish this through the support and compassion of herself and her team.

Harp has been with Gordon Moody since 2021 and has since developed and achieved the successful running of the first Gordon Moody Women’s Residential Treatment programme.

Alex is our Head of Treatment Services and has been working in the field of addiction for over 15 years, starting out working within the prison environment before working across the UK with a wide range of service users across a range of addictions. Alex is passionate about the power of recovery and believes every person can make positive changes in their life.

In his downtime, Alex enjoys watching and playing sports, going to the cinema, reading and is a big fan of the zoo!

Sarah is our Head of Service Development and has 18 years’ experience of working with people experiencing multiple levels of deprivation and complex needs across a range of services and disciplines, including prisons, charities and local authorities in clinical and non-clinical roles supporting young people, refugees and those experiencing barriers to treatment. Sarah believes in ensuring that the most up to date and effective services are provided to those who require it, in addition to being a passionate advocate for collaboration and co-production.

Claire has had a long career in management consulting where her focus was strategy, organisation and leadership development.

After running a global practice for A T Kearney Claire co-founded and led Maxxim Consulting, one of the first women led businesses in the sector. She was then Chair of Q5 after the businesses merged.

She has worked with Excos and Boards with established and growing companies and across the public sector. She now focuses on leadership development and coaching, along with advising growing businesses and dedicating time to Gordon Moody.

Paul is responsible for stakeholder engagement at Gordon Moody both within the UK and Internationally. He is a Trauma and Addiction Therapist as well as a Clinical Supervisor. Previously, he was a lecturer in universities and an Accredited Sport Psychologist supporting athletes in preparation for Olympics and World Championships

Paul is keen on racket sports and has represented GB in Beach Tennis.

Samia is our People Manager and has worked in HR and Learning Development for over 15 years, having gained a level 7 CIPD in Learning and Development as well as a degree in Architecture and her creative outlet, Jewellery and Silversmithing. Samia is passionate about equality and dignity at work. She enjoys working with organisations that make a difference. Samia has mostly worked with third sector organisations and charities, bridging the gap between the charity and the wider team to help keep the common goal alive.

Rob is our Head Of Growth and a previous winner of a Betting Shop Manager of the Year award. Rob is responsible for raising the organisation’s profile, ensuring we are visible to those in need of our support and that we provide sufficient treatment spaces to meet our demand. Rob brings his extensive betting and gambling industry knowledge to Gordon Moody/

Outside of work, Rob helps to coordinate events to raise money and awareness of mental health and enjoys music and sports.

Dave has been with Gordon Moody for over sixteen years and spent his first fourteen years here as an outreach worker, helping clients acclimatise to life after treatment. For the past eighteen months, Dave has managed the Beckenham service. He loves the daily challenges this brings – helping the Beckenham staff team assist our clients in a welcoming and therapeutic environment whilst also developing the team to reach their individual goals. Being a part of a person’s recovery journey from first contact before admission, all the way through their stay with us and hearing how they are doing after completing their treatment is a real joy for Dave.

Outside of work, Dave has a passion for all things sport related and his mood is always lifted by a victory for Charlton Athletic or the England cricket team.

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