Caitlin Black Caitlin became involved with Self Injury Support as a trustee in 2017 when she moved to Bristol to study a Master of Science in Applied Neuropsychology at the University of Bristol. For the previous three years she worked as a volunteer group facilitator at a women’s organisation in Sheffield called the Together Women Project. The project aims to move women out of crime and into positive futures by working with them in safe, women-only spaces to help them develop skills that enable them to move away from damaging lifestyles. At the same time, she completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology at Sheffield Hallam University. Caitlin is a keen mental health advocate and while President of the SHU Psychology Society was active in developing and organising a University-wide mental health awareness month called “Let’s talk about mental health” which included debates, research presentations and fundraisers. The campaign was awarded a community impact award for public outreach work.