At Relationship Matters we are proud of the culture of collaboration, commitment to service and professional expertise our people bring to the organisation. Most importantly though, we are proud of the passion, dedication and care that each member of the Relationship Matter team offers every client who comes into our branches.
The Relationship Matter management team are dedicated to ensuring that every facet of the organisation, from IT systems to counselling, is operating to provide our clients with high quality professional relationship services that make a difference to them, their families, workplaces and the community.
Janet Jukes OAM, is the CEO of Relationship Matters. Janet joined Relationship Matters in 2014 bringing with her extensive experience in the non government human services sector. Janet has worked in management, service delivery and policy across several fields including youth and family services, homelessness, family violence, community legal services, and research.
Matt has a wealth of leadership knowledge and experience within the community services sector with over 15 years’ wide-ranging experience in therapeutic services, including Family Violence; Mental Health; Alcohol and Other Drugs; Gambling Harm; Homelessness; Financial Counselling; Migrant Support; Children and Young People; and LGBTIQ, CALD and Aboriginal communities. Matt holds a Bachelor of Social Work along with many achievements and professional development experience in clinical and leadership fields.
Cath Tregillis is the Executive Manager Dispute Resolution and Education and leads a team of professional mediators who provide dispute resolution services to areas covering Melbourne City, Frankston, Wyndham and Geelong. Cath is accredited with the Attorney General’s Department to provide family dispute resolution under the Family Law Act 1975.
Ann Smith is the Executive Manager Service Development and Quality. Ann is a qualified Social Worker with 20 years of experience working in the community sector.
Shini Kelly has been leading marketing and communications in the Not For Profit sector in Disability, Domestic Violence and Health. She has over 20 years of experience in marketing and communications including strategy, branding, online and digital marketing. She has a BSc in Psychology (USA)
Adrian has worked as a social worker and counsellor in the community sector for over 20 years. Adrian has a masters degree in family therapy and an honours degree in social work from Monash University.
Archana has worked as a Registered Psychologist for the past 17 years and is a Board Approved Supervisor with AHPRA. Her experience has predominantly been in addictions, particularly problem gambling. Having worked in NSW in various capacities, she has contributed to this sector in governance and clinical areas.