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Our Therapeutic Arts Practitioners

Get to know our skilled and dedicated team.

Wendy Jenkins


Wendy joined Kairos Arts back in 2017, drawn by the charity’s passion for supporting women and girls who had been sexually exploited and trafficked in India and Bolivia. Locally, Wendy has facilitated workshops with women affected by domestic abuse and trauma as well as working 1-1 and in groups with children and young people struggling with mental health issues and family issues. She is a dedicated advocate for the power of artistic expression to help understand and process difficult emotions but fully embraces the value of fun, laughter and play.

Wendy is married to Craig. Together they have six children, nearly all grown-up, and one ageing but beloved Working Cocker Spaniel, Charlie.

Debbie Jones


Debbie has worked in a variety of creative and design roles since graduating with a degree in Fashion and Textiles . She currently works in a local secondary school teaching art.  Debbie is married with three grown up children (two married) and two grandchildren and attends Freedom Church where she is part of the communication team.  

 Debbie has been part of Kairos for five years and has a passion to see people realise their worth and potential. She is part of the Kairos team that trained to become Therapeutic Art Practitioners and feels privileged to be able to support Children and Young People in this role. Debbie loves to walk, paint, pray and all things creative! 

Sarah Le Feuvre


Sarah Le Feuvre graduated from the Royal College of Music in 1987. She has performed and taught music (from pre-school to adults)  in America, Europe, UK and Jersey for over thirty years.  In 2020 she qualified as a counsellor and is a registered member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy.

At this time she also qualified as a Kairos Arts practitioner, combining her passion for the creative arts and working therapeutically.  Sarah feels it is a privilege to share in participant’s journeys through Kairos Arts workshops and programmes, and she is particularly excited to be part of the team working as a Therapeutic Art Practitioner with Children and Young People. 

Helen Barrett


Helen has been part of Kairos Arts since the early days and has facilitated programmes with women affected by domestic and sexual abuse, young people with mental health issues and people affected by cancer. She has worked as an Occupational Therapist in mental health, cancer and palliative care and general hospital settings. Helen enjoys art - looking at it in galleries (she has a degree in History of Art) and creating it herself, walking and swimming in the sea! She is married to Mark who is a vicar and they have two teenage children.

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