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.

Management Team

Jane Saunders

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 Mitchell

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.

Maura Howard

Maura is the secretary at Crossways. She recently retired as a senior administrator and serves as a church warden at St. Stephen’s Church, Haslemere.

Jenny Noble

Jenny manages the Stewards’ rota at Crossways.


Dr. Simon Dunbar

Simon Dunbar recently retired as a GP. He trained at St Bartholomew’s hospital in London. He is married with 4 children and enjoys tennis and golf.

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.

Louisa Mason

Louisa works in senior leadership in the charity sector and became a lay minister in the Church of England in 2020.

Tessa Trollope

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.

Carol Keith

Carol qualified to be a Counsellor ten years ago and worked at Crossways for many years. She is passionate about the value of Counselling and is excited to be a part of nurturing and growing the incredible service that Crossways provides in the community.

Rev. Justin Manley-Cooper

Rev. Justin Manley-Cooper is the curate of Haslemere Parish, being the benefice of St. Bartholomews, St. Christopher’s and All Saints Grayswood. He has lived in Haslemere since 1996 and is married to Lucy. They have three children.

Jack Robson

Alongside his passion for music, culture, and a lifestyle of worship, Jack also serves on the leadership team of 3 Counties Vineyard Church, as well as being involved in many other aspects of community life in his local town, such as serving as a Governor for his local Junior school. In 2020, he graduated from Roehampton University with first class honours in Anthropology. He has spent many years working in the local community, whether at the local ice cream parlour or in various roles within Church and Youth Work. He currently works for a Christian Charity called Emerge Advocacy who work with young people, aged 10 – 25, admitted into hospital in a mental health crisis.
He is married to the gorgeous Alice Robson, and together, with their Foster Dog, they regularly get out into the local countryside whatever the British weather. Jack also makes sure to keep up with all things Star Trek, and if ever you are at a loss of what to talk to Jack about, just say those two words (or mention his favourite series of all, DS9) and he’ll be going for hours!