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Chief Executive Officer
Kim has a long history in the design, delivery, evaluation, and senior executive management of community services in Australia She has specialised in working with and for children, young people, adults, and communities that have experienced current and historical trauma. This experience ranges from being a psychologist within the WA child protection service delivering psychological supports and assessment to children, young people and families impacted by child abuse and neglect; being a senior psychologist/consultant with Indigenous Psychological Services providing whole-of-community clinical interventions, individual and family supports, and organisational development activities across Australia; being a consultant with Aha! Consulting working on public participation and engagement activities and sustainability reviews; to her most recent role as the Deputy CEO of UnitingCare West where her role focussed on organisational and service re-design, outcomes measurement, quality, business development and strategy, as well as advocacy to influence social policy at both the State and National levels. Kim is looking forward to working with the team at Parkerville to further build on the fantastic work they already do in making a difference in the lives of children, young people, families and communities
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Director Therapeutic Services
Amanda is a Clinical Psychologist and the Director of Therapeutic Services and the George Jones Child Advocacy Centre at Parkerville Children and Youth Care. Amanda has worked at Parkerville since 2005 and began in a direct care role before taking on case management, programme management and senior psychology positions.
She has significant experience in the assessment and treatment of children and young people with complex abuse and trauma histories and providing complex assessments for children and young people living in foster care. Her area of expertise is working with and supporting children and young people who have experienced sexual abuse. Amanda also provides training to internal and external staff on numerous issues related to the care of children who have experienced abuse.
Co-Director Out of Home Care
Tony Hansen identifies as an Aboriginal man, connected to the Noongar Country and people of the South-West of Western Australia; with tribal links and connections to the Wilman, Great Southern Noongar and Wagyl Kaip tribal boundaries, and connections to the South-West Boojarah tribal boundaries around Busselton, Margaret River and Manjimup region.
Born in Katanning in 1967, Tony was forcibly removed from his mother, grandmother and grandfathers care in 1970 and placed into Marribank Mission, formally known as Carrolup Native Settlement Institution, for the next fifteen years of his childhood. Tony is a Stolen Generation Survivor and his children are descendants of the Stolen Generation.
Tony is the Co-Chair of the Bringing Them Home Committee WA (BTH) and also Deputy Chair of the Western Australian Stolen Generation Aboriginal Corporation (WASGAC) in WA. Tony is a current Committee Member of Yokai addressing Justice Truth and Healing and is also a member of the Carrolup Elders Reference Group in partnership with Curtin University. Tony is a Member of the Healing Foundation Stolen Generation Committee on a National Platform.
Tony has been a working party member of the South-West Aboriginal Land & Sea Council (SWALSC) for the South-West Boojarah Group for the last ten years; in partnership with the Native Title Claim for Noongar people and the State Government.
Co-Director Out of Home Care
Johnny has an expanse of experience having worked with some of the most vulnerable children, families and communities in both the UK and Australia over the past 15 years. Having obtained an undergraduate Honors Degree in Criminology and Masters of Social Work at the University of Middlesex in London he commenced his post graduate career working in Front Line Child Protection within the London Borough of Enfield in 2006.
The 8 years of working within the London Borough of Enfield brought about a vast array of experiences including working closely with the Young Offending Service to address the complex gang culture existing in the borough. Working with the police specialist child trafficking unit to support Romanian child brides trafficked to the UK and forced into prostitution and Wwrking with a specialized team identifying and supporting child victims of forced FGM to name a few.
Johnny joined Parkerville’s Out of Home Care Directorate in 2012 and commenced as a Case Manager within the Family Group Homes program. Since this time, he has worked in a number of leadership roles such as a Team Leader and Program Manager within Family Group Homes, Community Foster Care and Youth Accommodation Programs. In September 2019 Johnny accepted and commenced in the role of Acting Director of Out of Home Care.