Crossways Counselling Service is overseen by a group of trustees, who bring a wide variety of skills and experience to the work of Crossways. If you are interested in volunteering to be a trustee for Crossways please contact us.
Jane Saunders has been the Director of Crossways Counselling Service since it started in October 2000 and was involved in setting it up. A trained counsellor and supervisor, she also has her own private practice and is counselling and bereavement manager at Macmillan Midhurst.
Jane has lived in Haslemere for 28 years.
Helen is the treasurer for Crossways. She is a qualified chartered accountant and lives in Liphook. She is an ordained priest, and curate at St. Stephen’s Church, Shottermill, Haslemere.
Maggie has been a Steward at Crossways for 13 years and co-ordinates the volunteer stewards. She is retired and has lived in Haslemere for 18 years.
Dr. Simon Dunbar
Simon Dunbar recently retired as a GP. He trained at St Bartholomew hospital in London. He is married with 4 children and enjoys tennis and golf.
Maura recently retired as a senior administrator and has previously served as church warden at St.
Jane grew up in Haslemere, and has a background in social work and CAMHS. She recently retired as a mental health facilitator at a group of further education colleges. She is also a trained family therapist and Christian counsellor.
Canon David Wilbraham MBE
David is an ordained minister, qualified psychotherapist and is currently The National Police Chaplain. He was awarded the MBE for services to policing in 2020, having started his working life as a police motorcyclist.
Jenny works as a counsellor in the NHS and is a previous counsellor with Crossways.
Louisa works in senior leadership in the charity sector and became a lay minister in the Church of England in 2020.
Anthony is a senior partner with Potter, Outram and Peck solicitors. He has been a trustee of Crossways since 2000.
Jim is a Londoner by birth, but moved to Surrey in 1990 and is married to Claire with one daughter, Isobel, born in 1999. He has lived in Shottermill since 2001 and attended St. Stephen’s church since then.
He wears two working hats: either a peripatetic teacher teaching drums or a letter designer – hand lettering or carving into stone. Jim joined the Trustees at the beginning of 2015.
Tessa lives in Haslemere and is married with grown up children. She attends St. Bartholomew’s Church. She is a retired counsellor and school independent listener.