I am an experienced primary school teacher and qualified mindfulness educator.  I am interested in promoting positive mental health in young children, teenagers, and adults. I successfully led personal, social and health education (PSHE) for nearly ten years in school. I have a child psychology and CBT diploma, I am a level 3 Person-Centred Counsellor and I am currently studying a psychology masters course. I am not a psychologist, therapist, or person-centred counsellor, but I am person-centred in my approach.  This means I adhere to three core principles of empathy, congruence, and unconditional positive regard. I believe all humans have the innate capacity to heal and grow, and I know we can have complete autonomy over our well-being given the right conditions.

I have witnessed repeatedly the many wonderful ways in which children are instinctively curious about life.   Growing up raises lots of questions. Some of these questions have to do with personal experience (good and bad) and some have to do with a sense of wonder at the world. Some questioning will be entirely philosophical, showing us children and young people think about the world on a much deeper level than they are sometimes given credit for.  Many parents, carers and educators will have faced difficult questions relating to living life through a pandemic, global conflict, and the climate crisis. 

It is my fundamental belief that children need a place to enquire about themselves and the world they live in - free from judgment or shame.

 My mindfulness workshops allow children to develop and express their curiosity, identity, self-worth, insight, emotional intelligence, and purpose.  My mission is to enhance health and well-being in all these areas and to embed as many opportunities as possible for children to learn the skills to live a life full of resilience, self-compassion, and empathy.

All my work is delivered through the lens of mindfulness although this doesn't always look like a room full of meditating humans.  Mindfulness is much more fun when it is a mindful adventure or a festival of thought.  

Please get in touch if you would like to find out more about me and what I can offer you, your family or your school.



I contacted Beth for support with my daughter’s anxieties. Beth was knowledgeable, enthusiastic, warm and very approachable. She made the sessions fun and interactive and my very reluctant daughter really engaged. Beth’s advice for us as parents was insightful and incredibly useful. We have used all of the resources and guidance she provided. Thank you so much.

Lindsey Hassan    

Associate Lecturer

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The 7 Days of Mindfulness was well introduced and the resources were useful. It is clear that Beth knows her subject. She was very relaxed and calm which made the participants able to contribute. The tasks were appropriate and has given me, as their support worker, a little direction as to where my clients what to go. I can now support them with their own goals. Beth also managed the emotional blips well with empathy and understanding and it is evident that she cares about the emotional wellbeing of the young people she works with. The young women in the group really enjoyed being a part of this course and say they learned a lot about mindfulness. One young person said they they enjoyed learning the breathing exercises and have been able to apply that and other techniques in their everyday life. Another said they really enjoyed learning about the brain processes and they want to study this further. 

Megan Bowler   

Lead Support Worker