Who We Are

Jenny Moller Flores



Jenny is an experienced bilingual advocate who supports the women we work with in a holistic way. She provides advice and support to enable them to manage other aspects of their lives to improve their mental wellbeing.

Njomeza Kartallozi

Dahlia Psychotherapist


Njomeza is a trained and registered psychotherapist, with an interest is cross-cultural therapy. While working as Community Development Therapist at Women’s Therapy Centre she established a community therapeutic model to make therapy accessible to a wide range of cultures and groups. She has been working as the Dahlia group psychotherapist since the start of the project and has helped to develop and shape the service through her cross cultural expertise.  She also runs The Chorus Counselling Project at Manor Gardens Welfare Trust. She is a member of BACP.

Sally Griffin

Clinical Supervisor


Sally has been the organisational consultant and clinical supervisor for the Dahlia Project since its inception. She is a Fellow of the BPF (British Psychotherapy Foundation), a Full Member of the Group Analytic Society International and a Member of International Association for Group Psychotherapy and Group Processes.


Background to Dahlia Project​

The FGM Programme at Manor Gardens Welfare Trust was set up 9 years ago to support women who had survived FGM, to empower communities through education to reject FGM and to train and raise awareness with professionals about FGM and safeguarding. Leyla Hussein, psychotherapist and campaigner who was already working on our programme spoke of the essential need to ensure that survivors of FGM had access to psychological support as well as physical support. From this, the Dahlia Project grew to what it has become today – a unique specialist holistic service providing both psychological and physical support to survivors of FGM.

“I was cut when I was 7 years old. It was not until later, when I gave birth to my daughter, that anyone talked to me about FGM and offered me help. FGM is shrouded in secrecy and too many women suffer in silence through many years of pain. At Dahlia Project we break the silence and provide a safe space and therapeutic support. Working with these incredible women who have gone through so much, seeing them heal and support each other, is inspiring.” 

Leyla Hussein, Founder of Dahlia Project

Introduction to MGWT

The Dahlia Project is run by Manor Gardens Welfare Trust. Manor Gardens Welfare Trust is a health and wellbeing charity based in North London. Founded in 1913 we work with and for the most vulnerable people in our communities, providing tailored services around physical and mental wellbeing and promoting community cohesion. Read more >