Aimée Ramiah, Safeguarding and Wellbeing Manager

Aimée joined Safer Places in 2017 as the Safeguarding Lead, a role she still holds along with leading on trauma informed practice and approaches and staff and client wellbeing. Aimée has experience of working with children and adults in safeguarding and therapeutic capacities across a number of services. Aimée has a degree in Criminology, and an MSc in Criminology and Forensic Psychology, specialising in multi-agency work in the context of children and domestic abuse. She is also a qualified IDVA, Level 3 qualified Trainer and Accredited Safe and Together Trainer.