|Jenny Ronayne email@example.com|
|BSc (Hons), PGDip, Counselling and Psychotherapy (Integrative)|
Jenny is Child Mental Health Worker on the national specialist team on Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) at the Maudsley Hospital. Her work here includes setting up and speaking at training programmes for parents and professionals, advising and supporting adults with ASD, taking part in clinical research projects, visiting schools and advising other professionals on ASD. Jenny has produced a parent pack of information for parents whose children have received a diagnosis of ASD.
After being awarded an honours degree in Psychology in 1998, Jenny worked with a research psychologist investigating cognitive functioning in children with ASD before joining the Maudsley team.
Jenny has worked as autism advisor to a special school and a children’s charity as well as ASD specialist trainer for a mental health training practice and as a consultant with Tribal Education, designing a model of inclusion for ASD in mainstream schools for a London borough.
Jenny also has a post-graduate diploma in counselling and psychotherapy (integrative) and offers appropriate counselling and therapy to individuals with ASD and other family members. Jenny plans to complete her Masters Degree this year - an investigation into alleviating anxiety in individuals with ASD.
For some years Jenny chaired the National Autistic Society’s London Regional Forum and is herself the parent of a young adult with high-functioning autism. Jenny has over 14 years' experience of working with ASD, setting up a local support group, counselling parents, giving practical advice and guidance on communication, educational provision and approaches to understanding and managing problematic behaviours.
|Yoga, Pilates and Meditation|
Juliet Adams has over 20 years experiences
working on learning, organisational and leadership initiatives within
large organisations. She holds a Masters degree in training and
performance management, and is a Fellow of CIPD. Juliet is founder of
Mindfulnet.org, a leading independent mindfulness information resource.
She arranged the first Mindfulness at work conference in 2012, and is
currently planning the 2014 conference in partnership with Cranfield
University School of management . She is author of 'Making the business
case for mindfulness' and co-author of 'Mindfulness at Work for Dummies'.
Based in Cambridge, she develops and delivers leadership programmes and
teaches mindfulness in UK workplaces.
Website: Mindfulnet.org Twitter: Mindfulnet Linked In: julietadams
|Dr Karen E Neil|
CalmerRama is my school workshop introducing
Mindfulness a blend inspired by you to make teens curious to the journey
of Mindful practice and the powerful benefits
Mental Wealth Ambassador and Team GB Mindcoach, Natalie from Mindtonictherapy.com
“I would love to share some of the ways I have found to Inspire the next generation of Pupils and Athletes and help any parents struggling to nurture an early love of Mindfulness and the wonderful benefits – sharing ways to engage TEENs with highlights and Mindfulness techniques to empower the next generation from The CalmeRama Roadshow.
Inspired by my mentor and friend, the wonderful Dr Patrizia Collard. CalmerRama is a blend of MBCT and MSC alongside my empowerment Mindcoaching.
Cofo of the #TheMindset21 Social Media Campaign alongside Mental Health Ambassadors, I have been to 10.Downing Street to share my Charity Initiative.
Every day I aim to positively influence the emotional wellbeing and mental wealth of the community working with pupils, parents, carers my mission is to promote + support youth mental wealth in schools, sport & business.
I continue to be inspired by the power of the mind, emotional intelligence and success psychology. Helping people to enjoy more happiness, mindfulness and unlock their true potential.
I developed CalmerRama after hearing from the frontline in my Private practice www.mindtonictherapy.com and my Empowerment school workshops – the next generation simply weren’t connecting to Calm/ Headspace and still not engaging and connecting with Mindfulness and why it would help them.
I am passionate about the benefits and as a mother of 2 mindful minis I was struggling to engage the Teens in starting a mindful journey of discovery. Even when showcasing the compelling evidence, they were not always convinced. It appeared that the tone of voice wasn’t always appealing..Thankfully that is now changing and more young minds and schools are welcoming Mindfulness and CalmerRama.
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