Listen Well Scotland delivers its service through a small team of tutors and trained listeners from diverse and experienced backgrounds who work within organisations and communities. Standards are maintained through supervision and local support groups, which also encourage continued training and personal development.

The National Co-ordinator

Mugshot.jpgThe Executive Co-ordinator is responsible to the board of Listen Well Scotland for its service delivery.

The present post-holder is the Maureen Wilson. A native of Glasgow she worked for many years as a physiotherapist in primary care in Kent where she also provided a listening service. She completed her Acorn Tutor and Supervision training in 1995, joined the Acorn team in Scotland in 2003 and moved to the National Co-ordinator role in 2008.From October 31st '13 Acorn in Scotland became a Scottish charity in its own right as Listen Well Scotland.

Maureen is also a retired United Reformed Church Minister who was for a number of years a voluntary chaplain at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness but now provides a listening service in local primary care.

 

 

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