Who am I?

I am a mindfulness teacher and supervisor with a special interest in the provision of mindfulness training in Higher Education, healthcare and other workplace settings. I graduated from the Masters in Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) at the University of Oxford in 2016, passing with a Distinction. I previously worked in NHS research, primarily in communications and public engagement.

What do I do?

I run courses, workshops and days of practice for the general public, as well as professionals in healthcare, education, and other workplace settings. As part of my work in Higher Education, I have led a mindfulness programme for students at the University of Oxford since 2018. I have taught mindfulness to students at the University of Oxford, Oxford Brookes, the University of Bristol, and the University of London.

I offer various MBCT curricula in non-clinical settings, including Mindfulness for Life, Finding Peace in a Frantic World and the Mindful Self-Care program. I offer supervision for the Mindfulness for Life and Finding Peace in a Frantic World programs. I have also taught in research studies where I have co-authored publications (e.g., Effects of an 8-Week Mindfulness Course on Affective Polarization; Effects of an eight-week, online mindfulness program on anxiety and depression in university students during COVID-19). I am based in Brighton & Hove, UK.