Our Trustees


Louise Webb, Chair of Trustees

Louise is a psychotherapist and has been running her private practice for 18 years. She also supervises other professional psychotherapists both privately and for the NHS. Both psychotherapy and her previous career as a documentary film-maker (committed to themes around human rights) foster her belief that, through raising an individual's awareness, their quality of life can be improved, as well as that of those around them. She believes INTERIM will support her commitment to this cause.

Juliette Gafsen, Trustee

Juliette qualified as a psychotherapist 10 years ago, and has been practicing privately in north-west London. Following significant changes in her life she is in the process of creating a food start-up business with her sister-in-law. Juliette is excited by this new challenge and feels the experience will be of value to her role as a Trustee of INTERIM, in that she is embarking on a new journey, unsure of the outcome. She has been a single mother of four for many years and enjoys spending time with her now ‘grown up’ children.

Jacqueline Bishop, Trustee

Jackie is a counsellor in private practice in central and east London. She began her career as frontline staff ‘on the road’ with the London Ambulance Service (LAS) moving onto station officer positions at Brixton and Oval. Her experience in a variety of traumatic work-related incidents, and working alongside emergency staff, highlights the importance of good ongoing support for staff in emergency services. She is now an accredited BACP counsellor. She managed a bespoke in house counselling service for the LAS and was their senior counsellor.

Mina Holland, Trustee

Mina is a journalist and writer specialising in food and drink. She is editor of The Guardian's Saturday food supplement, Cook, and author of The Edible Atlas: Around the world in 39 cuisines (Canongate, 2014)and Mamma: Reflections on the food that makes us (Weidenfeld and Nicolson 2017). She is the only INTERIM trustee without training in psychotherapy but, having witnessed its positive impacts both first hand and in those she loves, believes wholeheartedly that therapy should be available to as many people as possible. It is with this purpose that she joined the board.

Sally Floyd, Chief Executive Officer

Sally is a qualified and registered psychotherapist and counsellor working in private practice. She has an extensive social work history in a variety of safeguarding practitioner and management positions within local authority social services and the independent residential and community care sector, working with children, young people and vulnerable adults. Sally is a published author and Justice of the Peace, with a keen interest in empowering others to live freely and safe from harm. Being so personally involved in the charity, she feels moved to ensure INTERIM’s objectives are meaningfully delivered.