New programs available at Women’s Health Tasmania
We’ve received some new funding to extend our services to women seeking information about sexual and reproductive health.
This has given us the opportunity to employ Kelly Madden as a new Health Worker. Kelly is a psychologist with a special interest in perinatal and women’s mental health.
Kelly is going to help extend our work into regional communities, and she’ll also be
offering preparation for birth, pregnancy and parenting sessions and 1:1 sessions
“I’m very excited to be working at Women’s Health Tasmania,” she said. “I’ve had a
range of lovely interactions with the organisation over the years, initially attending
a group at the centre, later running childbirth education classes here and now
as a Health Worker.
“I love seeing women work through challenging life transitions and finding new ways
to connect with their skills and values.”
Below is a photo of the Board and staff of Women’s Health Tasmania at The Big Rosie Day. Kelly is first on the left, bottom row.
Photograph by Karen Brown