Phoebe Barton

Phoebe Barton

Project Manager, Harmful Sexual Behaviour Project

Phoebe is a narrative therapy practitioner, community worker, and project manager.

Alongside her work at the Centre for Innovative Justice, she is the Clinical Practice Lead for the Safe, Thriving and Connected therapeutic program at the Centre for Non-Violence. She has extensive experience providing individual and group therapeutic support to survivors of gender-based violence, providing clinical supervision to practitioners, and facilitating reflective communities of practice. She is interested in the intersections between interpersonal and structural harm, the application of restorative justice principles in responding to harm, and working in ways that honour people’s knowledge, dignity, and resistance. Phoebe previously coordinated the Centre for the Human Rights of Imprisoned People at Flat Out; a project focusing on decarceration through research, community education, and systemic advocacy.

She holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) and a Masters of Narrative Therapy and Community Work.