Karen Jones is a Dramatherapist & Clinical Supervisor.

“Taking care of oneself is manageable; taking great care is purposeful.” Kaz Jones

Throughout her extensive 40-year career, Karen, also known as Kaz, has been deeply immersed in community arts, spearheading innovative projects aimed at addressing the social, emotional, and mental health needs of children, young people, and families. Her work across 33 local authorities has provided her with a profound understanding of social demographics and the far-reaching impact of anxiety, burnout, stress, trauma, and suffering on overall wellbeing.  

Kaz’s diverse experiences, including her involvement in performing arts and professional football, have enriched her understanding of these challenges within various contexts. She is dedicated to providing a safe and confidential space for individuals and organisations to navigate personal challenges, whether at school, home, work, or within the Performing arts and sports industry.  It is for this reason she is committed to promoting positive mental health, wellbeing, and self-care. Kaz delivers impactful workshops and webinars, including ‘Be Kind to Yourself’ and ‘Believe in Yourself.

Additionally, in her role as a clinical supervisor, Kaz assists professionals in managing work-life balance and reducing stress and burnout. By combining her skills as a clinician and artist, Kaz advocates for therapeutic interventions, recognizing their potential to save lives and catalyse life-changing transformations.