Our Board

Far South Counselling
Mark Sher

I was a lifeline counsellor for many years, so understand the opportunity of making counselling services for those that need it. Those that need it most, typically struggle with practical and financial access to this.

 

TFFC is looking to make this difference, and as a financial risk professional, I see the personal opportunity in helping make this a reality.

 
Far South Counselling
Kathy Cronje

I have been working in the community for the past ten years, firstly as a trauma debriefer at the Ocean View Police Station. I saw so many traumatised people and families that I started my own NPO to try assist victims of GBV and DV who are at risk. The one thing I can say is that because we live in a gang precinct, and have so many informal settlements, that we have a traumatised community that we alone cannot cope with. Due to the economic crisis that many people are facing, there is an overwhelming need for counselling in all the communities. Hence my reason for joining TFFC, because I truly believe that this NPC can help to make a difference. 

Lee-Ann Dawson
Lee-Ann Dawson

I am a physical education teacher at a local high school and am passionate about movement and the doors it can open. I teach the connection between a healthy mind and the importance of fundamental movement to every human being. 

I believe in what TFCC stands for, bringing affordable and accessible mental health services to all people in our community and surrounds, growing healthy minds and bodies that add value to the very communities they live in. 

Far South Counselling
Tom Blyth

I was a lifeline counsellor for many years, so understand the opportunity of making counselling services for those that need it. Those that need it most, typically struggle with practical and financial access to this.

 

TFFC is looking to make this difference, and as a financial risk professional, I see the personal opportunity in helping make this a reality.

Far South Counselling
Glenn Rooseboom

I was a lifeline counsellor for many years, so understand the opportunity of making counselling services for those that need it. Those that need it most, typically struggle with practical and financial access to this.

 

TFFC is looking to make this difference, and as a financial risk professional, I see the personal opportunity in helping make this a reality.

Sue-Ann Richardson
Sue-Ann Richardson

In TFCC I found a place and a people that share my heart for the family as a whole. I value the focus on people in their context, in their family and in their community. It is a place where people can come to find professional services that are offered from a place of compassion and a desire for empowerment and fulfillment.