Our model is an integration of compassion focused therapy (CFT), positive psychology and logotherapy. All of these approaches offer significant psychological benefits to individuals who engage with them.
Rory Cahill (MSc. MBACP)
Founder and Lead Trainer
Rory is a qualified psychotherapist, lecturer and trainer, who has a wealth of experience delivering evidence based, wellbeing workshops across businesses, schools, universities and within the NHS.
Rory has a passion for teaching various therapeutic approaches, most notably Compassion-Focused Therapy (CFT) and has experience of collaborating on research projects with CFT founder Professor Paul Gilbert.
Rory enjoys engaging with audiences from various fields, including those who have negative perceptions of mental health/wellbeing training and enjoys offering a contrast from what they may typically expect.
Karen Coles (MSc. MBACP)
Senior Trainer and Psychotherapist
Karen is a passionate psychotherapist and supervisor who has a track record of providing quality support and therapy to young people, families and adults for over 35 years.
Karen has worked across a range of educational settings, including mainstream schools, SEMH (Social, Emotional and Mental Health) settings and universities. She is equally as passionate about working one-to-one with clients as she is in delivering engaging training sessions to staff and employees.
Ezikiel Knowles (Qualified Family Support Worker)
Educator, Youth Mentor
Ez has developed an outstanding reputation for working with at-risk youth across the Midlands (UK) for the last 25 years.
He has helped to support hundreds of young people and families who have previously been involved in gangs and experienced various ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences).
Ez is a powerful orator who has embraced the ideas and practices of therapeutic modalities like CFT and finds his purpose in helping to empower young men to improve their lives.
Natasha Rae-Dean (MSc. MBACP)
Counsellor, Supervisor and Trainer
Natasha has a long-standing passion for working in the field of mental health and wellbeing. She is a fully qualified counsellor and lecturer who continues to teach on the degree courses at the University of Warwick.
Natasha always places the therapeutic relationship at the heart of her practice, whether providing one-to-one counselling, clinical supervision or training.
Judy Marshall-Watkin (MSc. MBACP)
Psychotherapist and Trainer
Judy is an experienced counsellor and psychotherapist who has worked across primary and secondary schools, adult community settings and through a well-established private practice.
Judy is passionate about helping individuals and teams develop their understanding about the importance of diversity and inclusion. She loves helping people develop more effective ways of communication which leads to more positive relationships in our personal and professional lives.
Sarah Williams (PG Cert. MBACP)
Psychotherapist and Trainer
Sarah is an experienced psychotherapist and trainer who has been working within the field of mental health and wellbeing for many years.
Sarah has managed a university team of counsellors and been involved in implementing cutting-edge, research-based practices across the organisations she has worked for. Sarah is also a trained mediator and supervisor who enjoys working therapeutically with people of all ages.