June Tang,
Manager

She firmly believes that ‘if we could all just make the effort to understand each other, the journey would be so much easier’.

June Tang

June coordinates the development of Resilience’s recovery education modules and works closely with the growing network of peers, supporting volunteers as they support others.

Having begun her journey with lived experience, she has since served in the mental health industry for over 10 years, utilising a diverse background in medicine, social work, training and peer support. She describes her work as being driven by compassion. Having played the roles of peer, caregiver and professional, she firmly believes that ‘if we could all just make the effort to understand each other, the journey would be so much easier’.

Work aside, June finds joy in “making stuff’, reading, and furry animals, especially cats.

OUR DOCUMENTS

June Tang,
Manager

June Tang,
Manager

June Tang

June coordinates the development of Resilience’s recovery education modules and works closely with the growing network of peers, supporting volunteers as they support others.

Having begun her journey with lived experience, she has since served in the mental health industry for over 10 years, utilising a diverse background in medicine, social work, training and peer support. She describes her work as being driven by compassion. Having played the roles of peer, caregiver and professional, she firmly believes that ‘if we could all just make the effort to understand each other, the journey would be so much easier’.

Work aside, June finds joy in “making stuff’, reading, and furry animals, especially cats.

June Tang,
Manager

June Tang,
Manager

June Tang

June coordinates the development of Resilience’s recovery education modules and works closely with the growing network of peers, supporting volunteers as they support others.

Having begun her journey with lived experience, she has since served in the mental health industry for over 10 years, utilising a diverse background in medicine, social work, training and peer support. She describes her work as being driven by compassion. Having played the roles of peer, caregiver and professional, she firmly believes that ‘if we could all just make the effort to understand each other, the journey would be so much easier’.

Work aside, June finds joy in “making stuff’, reading, and furry animals, especially cats.