Jody Brown
Salus News

Jody Brown

Jody has worked for Salus for over 20 years and with Children and Young People for 30 years.

Jody is qualified as an early year’s specialist and has a degree in sociology (Canterbury Christ Church) and most recently completed a post grad certificate in leading and managing change in mental health services for children and young people (Kings College London) .

Jody has been a manager at Salus for the last 15 years and oversees the coordination and delivery of emotional and mental health and well-being interventions for children and young people aged 4 – 18yrs.


Wellbeing practitioners (schools)

  • Domestic abuse support services
  • Positive Healthy Relationships
  • Peer Mentoring
  • ASC (autistic spectrum) Support
  • Work-based learning

Therapeutic interventions:

  • CBT (trainees)
  • Children’s Wellbeing Practitioners (trainees)

Jody’s background is as an early year’s specialist working within schools and she is Passionate about making a positive change to Children & Young People’s lives with a keen interest in supporting SEN and early years Jody developed and delivered Peer Mentoring training programme for Salus (previously Kent Safe Schools) and developed and delivered social skills, emotional regulation and self-esteem programmes for Children and Young People.