RightMind is owned and operated by Tanya and Tony Wright as a therapy and training practice in the South East of England. RightMind began offering counselling and training services in 2010. Since then, Tanya, Tony and a small group of RightMind associates have worked with hundreds of individuals, couples, groups, charities and professional organisations providing counselling and training services.
Tanya Wright (MBACP Accred, CSAccred) is an accredited counsellor, clinical supervisor and group psychotherapist with over twelve years’ experience working with individual and group therapy clients in private practice, as well as with clients in charity, commercial sector organisations and professional services firms. Tanya is an associate group therapist for leading mental health charity Mind and an experienced trainer covering topics such as stress, anxiety, mindfulness, counselling and women’s health and wellbeing.
Tony Wright (BA Hons, MSc Psych) is a Relate and Tavistock Relationships-trained couple psychotherapist and trainer who has had an extensive career in professional services. Tony has facilitated workshops in a variety of corporate and commercial settings as well working as a psychology tutor for Kent Adult Education.
Katie Moss (MBACP) is a qualified counsellor who works with adults and young people. Katie is an experienced mental health practitioner, wellbeing trainer and accredited Youth Mental Health First Aid Instructor. In addition to private practice work over the past eight years, Katie has delivered therapeutic women’s support groups, horticultural therapy groups, crisis intervention, workplace supervision for front-line staff as well as workshops on a variety of mental health topics in schools and organisations. Katie is an associate for leading mental health charity Mind.
Kate Satrettin (BSc Hons, MSc Applied Psych, MBACP) is a qualified psychodynamic counsellor who works with adults. Kate also has a degree and a master’s degree in psychology and prior to her training as a counsellor, she worked for The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) helping to produce a large range of mental health guidelines.
Lucy Adams is an accredited Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) Instructor, qualified in Suicide First Aid and a skilled mental health trainer. Lucy spent six years working for leading mental health charity Mind, most recently as Training and Development Manager, developing and delivering innovative training packages for schools and businesses. Lucy has a background in TV & Media and also works as a Wellbeing Consultant, supporting production companies to address and respond to stress and promote wellbeing at work.
Maeve Dunderdale is a voluntary Support Worker for our Community Support Groups. Maeve has worked in several voluntary supporting roles in the community and began her counselling training whilst looking after her three lovely girls. Maeve has completed an accredited certificate in Counselling Skills and BPS approved certificates in CBT, Anger Management and Separation Anxiety. She is currently studying for a Diploma in Cognitive Coaching & Mentoring. Maeve is a qualified Adult Mental Health First Aider.
Emma Crawford is a Support Worker for our Community Support Groups and delivers mental health workshops and training. Emma has over 10 years experience in the mental health sector including supporting multiple local action groups, delivering mental health awareness and wellbeing talks to adults and in schools and has been active in community fundraising. Emma is a qualified adult and youth Mental Health First Aider, a mum of 4 and is passionate about educating people to understand mental health in order to break down the stigma.