Nicole is the program director of the supervised access program, as well as Touchstone’s director of quality assurance. With a formal education from the University of British Columbia and Curtin University in Western Australia, Nicole brings a mix of practical knowledge and skill set to her positions, having worked front line for many years in the access program she now oversees. Nicole enjoys working in the collaborative Touchstone environment; so much so, she arrives at the office most days before sunrise.
Briana offers knowledge and skills gained from formal education and practical experience in the Child and Youth Care field. She has an excellent understanding of child and adolescent development, mental health, addiction, attachment theory, and family violence, abuse, and recovery. Briana joined Touchstone Family Association as a Child and Youth Care worker at Francis House. In April 2015, she became a member of the Family Preservation and Reunification team as a Supervised Access worker. Outside work, she enjoys spending time with friends and family.
Kim is a member of Touchstone’s supervised access team and has been a Richmond resident all her life. Kim is a certified car seat technician and spends her free time volunteering to make sure that Richmond’s youngest residents are safely secured in their car seats. Kim also volunteers with nurses at the Richmond Health Department, ensuring they are up to date with car seat safety. When Kim is not working or volunteering she enjoys cooking, going for walks, and going to the movies.