Just launched my first e-book!

BRAND NEW E-BOOK! Managing Exam Stress: From concerned to confident

Are you the parent of a teenager with exams coming up?

Can you see that your child is getting more stressed about their exams but you’re not sure how to help?
I understand this is a difficult time for you all to manage. The good news is I can help. I have been running private sessions and school workshops helping young people reduce their stress and increase their confidence for years now.
I have created an e-book for your child to give them practical tips to support both their physical and emotional wellbeing during the exam period.

We will cover: Physical support (eat, move, sleep and relax tips), emotional support (EFT tapping, confidence boosting, grounding and breathing techniques), calming product suggestions AND an exam day nerves section.

As an added bonus there is also a special support section for parents too.

Sign up today for your “Managing Exam Stress: From Concerned to Confident” e-book for the early bird price of just £27. The e-book will be available in time for the exam season in early May.  A video course will be launched soon to provide even more tips, techniques and demonstrations.

What will I receive? You will receive a pdf file sent to you via email in May.
How will you have my email address? Please ensure you tick the box “Send me product updates” when buying the product to ensure I have your correct details.
Do you have a refund process? Due to the immediate nature of the sales, no refunds will be available.

Children and young people’s mental health workshops


Children and young people’s mental health is an imperative focus and I was delighted to be invited by Leweston School in Sherborne to run Wellbeing Workshops for years 11 and 12 during a series of Wellbeing Drop Down days organised by PSHE lead Mrs Littlechild.

We spent a wonderful morning discussing how to recognise the signs of stress and anxiety in ourselves and our friends and offering solutions for things to help. We tried out a variety of emotional balancing and empowering techniques including mindset shifting and self-esteem boosting ideas.

Each student also created their own Stress Catcher they could open at any time to find a range of simple calming activities to choose from when feelings are heightened.

The students worked in small groups to identify signs of stress and overwhelm both in themselves and their friends and we shared new ideas to help restore a sense of balance and control with tapping, or Emotional Freedom Technique being enjoyed. I hope to visit again soon to offer additional wellbeing support.

Creating and colouring stress catchers

Creating and colouring stress catchers

Wellbeing day preparation