Beck is a Group facilitator, Coach, Psychotherapist and Theatre-maker, fascinated by the joint application of creativity, psychology and physical action. She has extensive experience working with groups and individuals, having worked with clients in private practice, in Theatre and community cultural development for 17 years, with 10 years in the mental health & homelessness sectors. She is trained in Process Oriented Psychology, influenced by the principles of Deep Democracy, her skills forged in the fires of communities where she has extensive experience in navigating collaboration and conflict. She is passionate about the role of creativity in organisations and what it offers for innovation, relationships and adaptability in complex and changing territory.
She was the Artistic Director of Milk Crate Theatre, and ran group programs for Mission Australia, St Vincent De Paul, Salvation Army, Wesley Mission, Richmond PRA, in Juvenile Justice, CALD & indigenous communities, and in schools. In 2010 she was listed in the Sydney Magazine’s (Fairfax Media) 100 most influential people for her work within the homeless community of Sydney, driven by her strong belief that everyone has the right to feel confident about themselves and contribute, on their own terms, to social decisions that affect them. She has regularly presented at conferences around the transformative impact of the creative process.