Our Mission & Vision
Our vision is to help and encourage people, organisations and communities to improve their mental and emotional health.
We own our mistakes, ask for help when we need it, have the courage to have the difficult conversations and trust that we are enough
We encourage stopping and resting; choose to see the best in others and are clear and fair about boundaries
We are who we say we are and do what we say we’ll do; communicate clearly; partner with anyone who holds our values and we don’t need lots of rules
We don’t give up easily; give 100%; walk the extra mile with each other; always follow through and don’t always expect total agreement
We walk with empathy; practise patience and grace; honour holidays and individual needs; ask ‘how can I serve you?’ and never give up hope
“I have absolute confidence in Shona Stirling’s wisdom, integrity and leadership. She is a women who is gifted in many ways; she is attentive and insightful to the needs of the individual, yet has the ability to share her knowledge, experience and wisdom with a room full of people, in a simple, engaging and impacting way. With that formidable combination of gifts and attributes, it’s no surprise that Healing for the Heart is growing and developing at an exponential rate!”
– Kay Cathcart, Director of Cultivation, Cairn
That each individual person is unique, has a purpose and is able to connect or to reconnect with the best version of themselves.
That no one is beyond hope and that no situation is unredeemable.
In asking ‘What happened to you?’ rather than ‘Why do you do that?
That professional, timely, affordable support should be available to all regardless of their socio-economic status or life controlling behaviours.
Who We Are
Our Team & Leadership
Our CEO: Shona Stirling
Shona Stirling is our CEO. She is an experienced manager and leader and has been working with Healing for the Heart since it was established 5 years ago. A trained counsellor and supervisor she is passionate about seeing people be all they were meant to be. With a love for communicating, she is comfortable and experienced in delivering training for groups of 5 to 500! Away from work, Shona likes to travel and to cook.
Deborah is our Development Manager for Volunteers. With a background in the Health Service, Deborah is an experienced team lead, coach and mentor. She is experienced in working with groups of volunteers and knows how to encourage the best from people. She is also responsible for the faith based part of the service where she heads up the team of facilitators who deliver inner healing appointments. Outside of work, Deborah loves to ski and to be in the mountains.
Jodi our Clinical Manager and is responsible for the management and development of our counselling service. She is a qualified counsellor with a range of experience in different settings but also brings a wealth of experience in project management to the organisation. Outside of work, Jodi loves to sing and make music which she does regularly as part of a community choir.
Donna is our Community Development Worker and is responsible for Made4More which is our supported volunteering programme. Working mostly in the local community, Donna supports our volunteers through group work and placements into further education and work. Away from work, Donna loves to be with her family enjoying resting and relaxing in beautiful places.
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We are based at the offices of Whiteinch Church of Scotland, Barclay Curle House, 739 South Street, Whiteinch, Glasgow, G14 0BX.