Neuroscience Informed WellBeing
I offer unique neuroscience informed and nature based well-being work, for individuals, groups and organisations.
I create spaces where the science of how our bodies and brains function under stress, after trauma and when we have differing neurotypes is woven thoughtfully and gently into all my work.
My intention is to empower the people I work with, to aid mental health, reduce anxiety and encourage the learning and practice of tools that have real and positive impact on the management of stress.
I feel strongly that everyone has a right to better understand how their brain, body and emotional well being function, what impacts this and how to find deeper wellbeing, aliveness and connection.
The work is geared to helping develop practical skills to better manage this stressful world we are living and working in. Mindfulness, Movement and Breathwork are combined in new and neuroscience informed ways to respond to your need.
Nature based work can be incorporated or offered as a stand alone experience for you or your organisation. Nature connection work can aid in managing our mental health, developing greater awareness and deepening our sense of meaningful connection to self, other and planet.
In my consultation work I teach and supervise those working in mental health and care roles to incorporate somatic and neurobiological ideas into their current practice. As well have space to reflect on the work they do in a creative and open space.
Incorporating mindfulness, movement and breathwork in the way I do, is unique, it is informed by my many years of training in psychotherapy, trauma and the neurobiology of stress and anxiety. The way I work is not prescriptive, but is personalised and responsive to you and your groups needs.
I will always interject information about the neurobiology of the tools I teach, of anxiety and other stress states, that learning is an integral and empowering part my offerings.
It is of particular importance to me to be always working towards making my work as accessible and inclusive as I can. I make welcome all those who have experienced trauma, mental health issues and/or identify as neurodivergent or disabled in any way. I try to make affordable, inclusive spaces that make everyone feel welcome. My spaces are LGBTQIA+ affirmative, anti-racist/classist/abelist and I aim to make all my offerings as accessible as possible. Neurodivergence, disability and all forms of difference and capacity will be given space and responded to thoughtfully.
I run lots of affordable and accessible well-being and mindfulness workshops, see here for upcoming events and other free resources, audio and video guides: https://linktr.ee/Bearinmind
All my work, apart from some live nature based mindfulness groups, are delivered online via video conferencing, training can also be via online learning platforms.