Lindsay Reynolds (Dobson)

Mother and Trauma Therapist

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Joined October 2020

My Teacher Intro

I’ve been teaching in many settings over the last decade and more. I’ve training counsellors and professionals who work with children, as well as supporting parents and children directly and I love it. However, my own children are clinically vulnerable so that has given me the incentive to go online. I’ve spent years working with children and families in lots of settings, and then had my own and realised I still had a lot to learn! Both at home and in my work I’ve put to practice all I have learnt, and love bringing those bits that have helped me and many others, so you can be sure that what I teach has most assuredly been tried and tested. I teach mindfulness and gentle parenting as well as many things around mental health. I believe we learn best when we are relaxed and enjoying ourselves so my style of teaching is pretty relaxed and informal and I usually bring lots of examples from my work and life to illustrate what I’m teaching. I’m looking forward to meeting you and hearing how my courses may help.

Qualifications & Experience

Integrative Therapist for children, young people and adults. Using a variety of skills including creative and play therapy to work both online and face to face. Particular interest in compassion and mindfulness-based approaches including the use of yoga. Experienced with trauma and PTSD as well as eating disorders and complex bereavement.

Yoga and mindfulness teacher trained to work with children and adults

Specialities: administration, business intelligence, counselling, management, mentoring, psychology, recruiting, report writing, staff supervision, staff training, supervisory skills, play therapy, IT skills, meditation, mindfulness, yoga.

Masters in counselling the university of Manchester 2009
Adult yoga teacher British schools of yoga 2019
Dru yoga 2014
Cosmic kids yoga teacher 2017
.b mindfulness teacher 2013
Postgrad in therapeutic play therapy UK 2008
Birth mentor training birth rocks 2016

Courses

Understanding Children’s Grief

You will learn the differences between children and adults grief and how they differ from each other.

Introduction to Mindfulness

This course will introduce to you to Mindfulness, some therapy interspersed with short easy to learn, and do anywhere practices.

How Attachment Theory Creates Resilient Children

An introduction to attachment theory and how fostering healthy attachments creates healthy resilient children and adults

Supporting a Suicidal or Self-Harming Person

This course is designed to lessen the fear around having those scary and difficult conversations.

Building Your Resilience

This course is about how to build resilience. Both in ourselves and our children.

Short Mindfulness Taster

Taster of what mindfulness is and why it might be helpful for you.

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