Hannah Macauley has over nine year’s experience supporting individuals & their families
in the Community Mental Health field with an Undergraduate Bachelor of Behavioural Science (Psychology) from La Trobe University.
Combined with Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and Restorative Justice Community Conferencing certifications Hannah combines both knowledge and experience to provide educated and practical support.
OK that was the official stuff... Now for the unofficial (& a little bit silly) stuff
I have been married to Dean for nearly three years, he makes me laugh nearly all day, every day. We live with our fur child Charlie the poodle in Central Victoria.
I am either completely organised (hello Christmas shopping finished in November!) or completely unorganised (ummm… floordrobe!) depending on the task!
I grew up as the eldest of five children in Southern NSW, just north of the Murray River town of Barham where my two parents still live today loving the menagerie of animals.
Despite not being overly short (160cm), I cannot touch the ground in any chair… ever! Long torso?!
I LOVE my ‘other’ job. Supporting individuals and their families with a low prevalence mental illness who are also homeless is one of the most amazing gifts I have ever been given.