Amanda Kirtland-Page: Founder and Director of Bluestone Corporate Wellbeing, Motivational Speaker, Trainer, Life Coach, Confidence & Performance coach, Psychotherapist & Counsellor. Dip Hypnotherapy & Psychotherapy, Advanced Dip in Integrative Counselling, NLP Practitioner, Equine Facilitator, MNCH Acc., BACP, CNHC.
Amanda has been working in the mental health industry for over 30years and travels around the UK and Southern Ireland delivering seminars and training on improving wellbeing in the workplace.
I am passionate about my work with clients and feel eternally privileged to be with companies who wish to improve the wellbeing of their employees and to improve staff self-awareness. In all the years I have worked with clients, it still astounds me how determined and motivated individuals can become to create and sustain a better life for themselves, both at home and at work, once they are given the right environment and help.
Lynn Martin: MSc in Transactional Analysis Psychotherapy, MA Professional Studies (Counselling), Certified Integrative Psychotherapy Trainer & Supervisor, UKCP registered Child Psychotherapist. Academic Posts - Director, Quality Training UK Ltd, External Examiner Bath Centre for Psychotherapy and Counselling, External Examiner Institute IPSA Slovenia.
MSc., MA., CIIPTS., CTA., CIP., UKCP Reg. MNCH Acc.
Lynn has been in private practice as a psychotherapist and hypnotherapist for over 25 years.
Her fascination is the impact that our unconscious processes have on both our physical and emotional health which in turn affect our effectiveness in the workplace, home and our social life.
Her focus, both in her own life and in her work is the pursuit, development and maintenance of well being through a connection with the natural world and exploring how to use the rhythms of nature to enhance our own biological rhythms.
Joanne Carnell: Bluestone Nature & Wellbeing Consultant BSc (Hons), MRes
Joanne has been with Bluestone since the very beginning and is passionate about mental health not only in the workplace, but in schools and universities. She is a doctoral researcher with two degrees in biological sciences and an interest in the value of nature, particularly gardens, for health and wellbeing.