A little about Seachange


Sea Change was formed by three like-minded individuals who saw the value in combining their experiences to providing robust, safe and challenging responses to domestic violence.

Our collective experiences gives us an extensive resource with which to respond to the requirements of all organisations in this area.

Sea Change services are managed by:-

Our growing and successful business has meant that we are now lucky to be supported by our fourth colleague who co-ordinates the business and manages our office.

Jodie Das BA (Hons)

Jodie has been involved in a number of research projects around domestic abuse and sexual violence including investigating responses from A & E health professionals and scoping services for children and young people across the county of Gloucestershire.

Jodie has completed her MSc in Inter-professional Practice specialising in case study research of MARAC.

Jodie currently works with the Ministry of Justice and a European Union Twinning Project, developing interventions for victims of dva across Turkey.

Jodie is the independent facilitator for the Hate Crime Scrutiny Panel, Gloucestershire, working closely with the Crown Prosecution Service.


Anne Haynes (BA, MSocSc, CQSW)

Has extensive experience in the field of domestic violence as a practioner and senior probation officer and as a director of a domestic violence charity.

Over the last fifteen years, Anne has been instrumental in the development and delivery of early sex offender treatment programmes. Also in that period Anne has delivered pilot domestic violence perpetrator programmes in the UK, and is currently working with NOMS in designing, developing and delivering current perpetrator programmes. In addition to this Anne has experience in the implementation and delivery of programmes for unconvicted perpetrators of domestic violence in the community.

Anne recently received an International Criminal Justice award.


Tess Biddington (BA Hons)

Brings a creative influence to the organisation and to the development and delivery of training programmes.

Tess has worked in the field of domestic abuse for over fourteen years in service delivery, promoting inter-agency co-operation and co-ordination of services, risk assessment and child protection.

Tess is a qualified teacher and has developed and delivered domestic violence training for many years to a wide range of organisations both statutory and voluntary.

Tess has published (with four other poets) a volume of poetry challenging domestic abuse to support specialist dva agencies