Our counsellors have extensive experience in cancer and crisis counselling and hospice care.
Counsellor | Support Services Manager
At ESCA CancerSupport, Raynelle provides individual and group therapy consultations to clients and family members. She is also the Support Services Manager, thus overseeing all of ESCA CS's client support. . Along with her personal experience with cancer, she has a master’s degree in counselling, certification in the treatment of developmental trauma, and training in Applied Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy to provide individual and group counselling. She has interned and counselled at Associazione Tumori Toscana (ATT), a hospice association, and currently trains and supervises the ESCA CS peer support team. She is a member of the Swiss Association for Counselling (SGfB), and the American Psychological Association.
Counsellor | Support Services Coordinator
Antonia serves as first contact for those seeking support. She has a Master of Science degree in Organizational Behaviour from Birkbeck College, University of London and a Master of Arts degree in Counselling. Prior to moving to Geneva, Antonia worked in London and New York where she spent many years volunteering with children with special needs, as well as with the elderly. In 2014 she became involved with ESCA CancerSupport, firstly as a volunteer and peer supporter, before joining the counselling team in 2016. She is a member of the Swiss Association for Counselling (SGfB), the American Psychological Association (APA) and is a registered member MBACP of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP).
Tricia has a bachelor's degree in economics and sociology from Bristol University and a master's degree in counselling. She began working as a volunteer, providing psychosocial support to adolescents. Tricia is a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), and the Swiss Association for Counselling (SGfB). An ESCA CancerSupport peer supporter since 2011, Tricia now counsels individuals, participates in peer support training and supervision, and facilitates monthly discussion groups. Tricia has had first-hand experience having been diagnosed with skin cancer in 2014.