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Empowering families towards a safer and happier future



Family Psychology Mutual CIC benefits from having experienced clinical staff who are supported by a small business development and administration team. Family Psychology Mutual is owned by the employees and so is a not for profit social enterprise. There is a formal board that oversees the company. This includes two independent Non-Executive Directors who bring oversight and challenge to the board to ensure good governance at all times in our business operations. An elected staff member also sits on the board.

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BELINDA BELL - FPM Non-Executive Director


Belinda Bell is a social entrepreneur with experience in establishing, supporting and growing organisations that bridge the public, private and third sectors; alongside extensive experience in consultancy and within academia. She is currently Programme Director at Cambridge Social Ventures, which provides training, business advice, loan finance and workspace for social ventures. Belinda also undertakes research and teaches within the Centre for Social Innovation at Cambridge Judge Business School.

DIANE MCKERRACHER - FPM Non-Executive Director


Diane is a Non-Executive Director at FPM and has over 20 years’ experience in health care working in both the public and private sectors. She has a keen interest in helping organisations develop new models of care to deliver more effective services. 



Brigitte Squire is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist. For the past 15 years Brigitte has driven the commissioning & progression of MST (Multisystemic Therapy) within the Cambridgeshire and Northampton County Councils. She has lead on 4 MST Adaptations for specialist client groups: serious adolescent substance abuse, child abuse and neglect, family integrated transitions and adolescent sexual problem behaviour. She was a Sector Advisor for the Department of Health for 4 years to assist in setting up new similar teams in the UK. Originally qualified in Belgium in 1981, she advanced her career in England since 1990 working for the NHS and obtained an MA in Systemic Therapy at the City of London University in collaboration with the Tavistock Clinic in 1994.

TOM JEFFORD – FPM Business Director


Tom is a Co-director and leads for business development. Tom worked in Local Government for 25 years and has experience of youth and criminal justice, alternative education, drug and alcohol service commissioning, evidence based interventions and implementation. A qualified social worker Tom is completing a professional doctorate in implementation science.  




Sarah Reeves is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist and also has an MSc in Systemic and Family Therapy.  She has experience of working in both adult mental health as well as child and adolescent mental health services.  She currently manages the MST PSB team, and also has experience of MST Programme Management. Sarah is passionate about offering good quality supervision, and has delivered supervision to a variety of professionals in the health and social care field. 

Charles Wells – MST Supervisor


Charles is a Counselling Psychologist and an Existential Psychotherapist with over ten years of experience as an MST supervisor and manager.  In addition Charles is an Expert Witness in the field of domestic violence, providing risk and vulnerability reports and psychological assessments 
in contested child contact cases in both Public and Private law. 

JUDITH HILL – FPM Operations Director


Judith Hill is the Operations Director for Family Psychology Mutual and has a BSc (Hons) in Business Information Systems from the University of Northumbria.  Judith combines her background as IT Manager for the a Cambridge-based multinational with her work in Local Government Children’s Services and MST, culminating in 20 years’ experience in office and project management. Judith’s extensive experience and strong commitment to services for families and young people ideally complements our team.








Charlotte holds a Psychology degree and has worked as an MST therapist with us since January 2015.  Charlotte has extensive experience working in a secure Adolescent Mental Health Unit, within which she provided safe and secure support for highly vulnerable young people presenting with profound difficulties.  Charlotte has further experience within a Pupil Referral Unit for adolescents with behavioural difficulties, in which she engaged with young people and families within the community and school settings, with the aim of helping young people remain safely in school and achieve their goals.  She is currently studying towards a Master's degree in Child and Adolescent Mental Health, whilst representing our staff group as a board member.  Outside of work Charlotte enjoys sports, outdoor pursuits and globetrotting adventure holidays!