Shoba Manro Holly
Shoba Manro Holly is an experienced social worker with skills in establishing integration between service partners through relationship development and training. In working for CSIP and SWDC she supported the PCT and partners in developing integrated pathways for perinatal and infant mental health through transformational change. Focusing on the voice of the service users and facilitating shared outcomes through shared values and interconnections she was able to cross professional boundaries generally and specifically within Health and Social Work sectors. She has been a qualified social work practitioner since 1998; working in child protection, looked after children both as a practitioner and as a manager. She has held many management / development consultant positions, within Children’s services, Health, Education, and Community Development, and has in depth experience in the development and management of integrated CAMHS and other multi-disciplinary and cross sector services.
Shoba has completed the Signs of Safety 5 day residential training with Andrew Turnell and Viv Hogg. She is presently using the concepts as an Independent Reviewing Officer and Child Protection Chair. Shoba travels frequently to Australia to further develop her skills in using Signs of Safety.