Meet the Team
Teacher and Headteacher
Member of Plymouth and Cornwall Foster Panels
I still enjoy playing with Lego!
Independent Social Worker
Video Interaction Guidance (VIG) Supervisor
I make amazing chocolate brownies
Advisory Teacher for children with autism
My favourite place to travel to is India
Youth work, Award winning entrepreneur, Founder of The Lighthouse Centre in Liskeard
I'm a Paddlesports Instructor heading out on the water all year round, even during those cold, frosty winter months.
Teacher and Headteacher
I like coffee, cake, shopping days out with friends and long country walks
Senior Early Years Practitioner and Play Therapist
I love walking in the wild with our collies
Advisory Teacher for Children with Physical Difficulties.
I grew up in a chocolate shop!
Teacher, University lecturer, member of Fostering and Adoption Panels
I love being on the sea gig rowing or in the water swimming
Art therapist, Autism and SEN specialist
I am a sci-fi nerd!
FAQs about the team
What qualifications do your coaches have?
Our team are all qualified Emotional Logic Coaches, having undergone the accredited training provided by The Emotional Logic Centre. Each team member is also qualified in others areas too, depending on their professional background.
Are all of your Coaches DBS checked?
Yes, they are all DBS checked and they have undertaken relevant safeguarding training both through their training as an Emotional Logic Coach and through their other professional roles.
Can I request a specific coach for my sessions?
Yes but they may not be available. We will do our best to provide you with the coach most suited to your situation. If you want to meet face to face then your geographical location will probably determine which member of our team can work with you.
What are your coaches like? Will I like them?
We hope so! Our coaches must have good 'people skills' in order to do the job they do. This means they are always very friendly and approachable. All of our coaches have experienced the ups and downs of life themselves and they are non judgemental in their approach. They have all used Emotional Logic to help themselves and their families too!
Why do you use the phrase, Hope Wisdom Freedom?
We believe these are the key things that we bring to the people we support.
Hope - there is always hope no matter what the situation.
Wisdom - we can teach about the healthy adjustment process and the useful purposes of unpleasant emotions. We can help people understand their unpleasant emotions, to learn to bargain more effectively and make plans to move forward.
Freedom - many of the people we support say they feel that they have been 'set free' from being under the power of their anxiety, depression or anger. They feel able to enjoy life more fully than they did in the past, sometimes amidst continuing troubles. That sounds like freedom to us.