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Our WellBeing Facilitators

Our WellBeing Facilitators will work with you to create the safe, healthy and happy working environment that your team and crew deserve.

Meet our team of passionate WellBeing Facilitators

Alexandra Healy

WellBeing Facilitator

Alexandra has eight years of experience working within the film industry, primarily in locations on major Feature Films & TV at leading Locations Film Service FilmFixer. She is a qualified Well Being Facilitator training with 6ft From The Spotlight – her recent credits include working with “BAFTA Breakthrough” & the BFI supported short film “Homework” in 2023.  

Why pursue a career as a WBF? 

Driven by her innate empathy, Alexandra aspires to improve the Film & TV industry. Encountering challenging behaviours firsthand, she’s devoted to fostering a healthier environment, combating stress, mental health issues, and discrimination. Dedicated to supporting colleagues and leading industry-wide safeguarding initiatives, her aim is for positive change.  

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Amerjit Kaur-Dhaliwal

WellBeing Facilitator

Ammi is a seasoned freelancer with over 20 years of experience. Balancing two law degrees with a stint as a reservist soldier for HM Armed Forces, Ammi’s diverse background informs their expertise in stress management, leadership, and sustainable business practices. They have a strong social conscience and is a member of Equity and Bafta.

Why pursue a career as a WBF? 

They chose to work as a WBF to support colleagues in the creative fields. This role, distinct in its impartiality, allows them to provide unbiased assistance. With a background in law and business, coupled with artistic sensibilities, they bring a diverse skill set and foresight, crucial for navigating industry challenges, particularly regarding equality, inclusion, and diversity.

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Beth House

WellBeing Facilitator

Beth, originally an actor, boasts experience in inclusive theater and community engagement. Working part-time in a leadership capacity for a circus and outdoor arts company, she blends this with freelance roles aiding early-stage artists and organisations. Inclusive practice is her paramount focus. Beth is a Welsh learner and has good conversational BSL skills.

Why pursue a career as a WBF? 

Since entering the creative sector in 1998, Beth have encountered and observed a variety of practices and behaviours, noting her impact on creative teams. She views this work as crucial, considering it an extension of her dedication to fostering inclusive and welcoming working environments for all.

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Kay Wilson

WellBeing Facilitator

Before training to be a WellBeing Facilitator, she spent many years working within the locations department, witnessing firsthand the highs and lows involved in producing great content across HETV Drama, features, and factual entertainment.

Why pursue a career as a WBF? 

Working as a WBF offers an opportunity to apply the experience gained over the years within the industry, along with training received from 6ft From the Spotlight. This addresses the challenges productions face in achieving cultural change for inclusive and supportive workspaces within film, TV, and creative sectors.

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Lisa Jên Brown

WellBeing Facilitator

Lisa is an actor, singer, voice-over artist, presenter, writer, Intimacy Coordinator, and a WBF. Fully committed to collaboration and care, she believes that a shared vision is essential for success. She emphasises the importance of inclusivity, comfort, ownership, and safety in creating a joyful collaborative environment.

Why pursue a career as a WBF? 

Lisa works as a WBF because she believes in its power. Recognising the need for support in the TV and Film industry, where many are statistically struggling, she are pleased to provide assistance to the team when needed.

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Marian Ifans

WellBeing Facilitator

Marian has over 30 years’ experience in radio and television and has been a news, current affairs and general programmes producer.  In 2022 she trained as a Wellbeing Facilitator to contribute to making the television and film industry a mentally healthier and happier workplace. 

Why pursue a career as a WBF? 

Being proactive in anticipating triggers in production, highlighting mental health issues, and having the time to listen to cast and crew makes this role incredibly rewarding.

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Mo Jannah

WellBeing Facilitator

Transitioning from youth service and social work, Mo entered broadcast TV, presenting “Mo’s World” on BBC 2 through the “It’s My Shout” programme, integrating storytelling with social causes. Acknowledged for innovation, he now shapes BBC documentary formats, well-prepared for the WellBeing Facilitator role, merging his passion for storytelling and social well-being.

Why pursue a career as a WBF? 

Becoming a WellBeing Facilitator aligns perfectly with Mo’s background and professional experience. Years spent in the public sector, focusing on person-centered approaches in interventionist roles, and time in the TV industry has equipped him with a diverse skill set. This role allows him to combine these experiences and expertise effectively.

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Molly Singer

WellBeing Facilitator

Molly is based in Manchester. When she is not working as a WBF, she operates as a freelancer in Production and manages her own Holistic Health Coaching business. Outside of work, she can often be found traveling, attending yoga classes, or enjoying matcha in one of Manchester’s many cafes.

Why pursue a career as a WBF? 

Working as a WBF, Molly aims to contribute to a happier, healthier TV, Film & Creative industry, addressing long-standing issues of mental health, bullying, harassment, racism, and discrimination. Initially hesitant to challenge industry norms, she now proudly serves as a neutral third party, providing confidential support to cast and crew throughout all production stages.

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Ruth Wallace

WellBeing Facilitator

Ruth, a Psychology graduate turned journalist, transitioned to a 25-year career in unscripted television as a Producer and Edit Producer, notably working on BBC comedy and entertainment shows like Mock the Week and Would I Lie to You? Trained with 6ft From the Spotlight in 2022, she now serves as a WBF for films, TV dramas, documentaries, West End musicals, with interests in theatre, cooking, football, and Tai Chi.

Why pursue a career as a WBF? 

Fundamentally interested in people’s life experiences and diverse personalities, Ruth finds being a WBF offers an opportunity to engage with individuals from various backgrounds. She aspires to assist others in navigating challenges both within and beyond the workplace.

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Sally Lisk-Lewis

WellBeing Facilitator

Sally Lisk-Lewis worked in Unscripted TV for over 25 years, latterly and successfully in Development.  She worked as a Senior Lecturer in Film at the University of South Wales, before joining Media Cymru as their Skills Partnership Manager. Alongside her WBF role, she’s about to become the first fully trained Wales-based Access Coordinator, advocating for inclusive and accessible work practices within the screen sector.

Why pursue a career as a WBF? 

Sally wants our industry to be(come) a better, happier place to work, and foster mentally healthy productions characterized by collaboration, communication, creativity and kindness.

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Carys Mol

WellBeing Facilitator

Carys Mol, a Creative Producer and pioneering WBF in Wales, trained with Cult Cymru in 2021. She’s involved in various TV and film projects and freelances in theater, outdoor, visual arts, and community projects, specializing in supporting artists with access needs. Fluent in Welsh and English, she’s an Arts Council of Wales Associate (2023-25).

Why pursue a career as a WBF? 

In her role as a WBF, Carys is driven by the potential impact on individuals and productions. She analyses operations, suggesting positive changes for enhanced productivity, while prioritising genuine care and support for all team members. She sees WBFs as crucial for fostering mentally healthy productions and improving the industry’s work environment.

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Maya Kazmarski

WellBeing Facilitator

Maya has been working in  Film, TV and Theatre for over 15 years with experience in Art Department and Production Management. She is a graduate from RADA, a Mental Health First Aider and a qualified WellBeing Facilitator. 

Why pursue a career as a WBF? 

After becoming a Mental Health First Aider, Maya acknowledged the significant impact of Covid-19 on cast and crew mental health. Seeking to make a lasting change, she joined the training program with 6ft From the Spotlight. Being a WBF allows her to ensure everyone feels valued and heard in their work, making it her most rewarding role yet.

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Emily Roberts

WellBeing Facilitator

In 2023, Emily trained with 6ft from the Spotlight after previously working in student support at the NFTS. It was there that she gained insights into mental health and various disabilities. With a background in TV drama as an Assistant Production Coordinator and as an actor, she grasps the industry’s dynamics well. Her own mental health journey fuels her passion for the WBF role in fostering mentally healthy productions.

Why pursue a career as a WBF? 

Emily wants to make a difference in the film, tv and theatre industry by supporting freelancers with their mental health and ensure it is a happier and safer place to work. 

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Jain Boon

WellBeing Facilitator

Jain, a Theatre Maker and Somatic Experiencing Practitioner, blends compassion and trauma-informed approaches in her work. She is also a Co-Artistic Director of thisPlace, a Welsh-based trauma-informed dance theatre company. Jain serves on the WAHWN Board and is an Arts Council of Wales Associate. Recently, she facilitated wellbeing for It’s My Shout Productions and DTG’s European and UK tours of The Lion King and Aladdin.

Why pursue a career as a WBF? 

Most of us at some time in our lives will experience challenge, adversity and trauma. This can impact our ability to work well. Jain is dedicated to removing the shame and stigma that arises from life’s experiences and is passionate about the role WBF’s offer on productions in normalising the need for everyone to feel safe and be able to access support.

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Become an active player in the creation of a better industry for all.  Get in touch to find out how our team can help you create a mentally healthy production.

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