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An advocate for sufferers of anxiety & depression, Lisa is the founder and CEO of Hope in Depression.
She is married to Brent and they have 3 children together, Ashleigh, Lily and Zeethan. They have a dog called Obi, 3 chickens and 1 bearded dragon called Nessy.
She loves walking in the countryside and visiting National trust properties with her family.
Lily is the Course Partner Manager for Hope in Depression, she is keen to help those who feel hopeless because she knows what that feels like. Lily's own lived experience of depression and OCD is the real driving force behind why she is keen to see this course provided to all those who need it.
Lily is Lisa's daughter and studied PPE at University, after graduating from University she started working for the charity.
As Hope in Depression's Course Psychiatrist, Jane uses her over 23 years’ experience in Psychiatry to advise on the course. She is a Consultant Psychiatrist and Medical Director at The Cardinal Clinic in Surrey, and in her free time she enjoys quality time with her family.
As Treasurer of Hope in Depression, Amanda uses her many years as a self-employed bookeeper to ensure the charity's goals are met. Amanda lives in Hampshire with her husband, 4 children and dog, who all love being outside in the countryside walking, cycling and sailing around the South coast.
Simon is passionate about the Hope in Depression course and feels it’s been a privilege to see hope brought into people’s lives.
He and his wife Naomi enjoy playing music, they hope someday to go platinum!