As the pandemic hits everyone’s lives, we all have an opportunity to work together towards the greater good. We are reminded of how interconnected everything is and of what really matters in life. “I’m here to support you and your colleagues stay sane, cultivate calm and practise good habits of care for you and everyone around you.”
As a medical doctor with a background in psychiatry and public health, Dr. Barbara works internationally as a keynote speaker, workshop leader, facilitator and one to one coach to support good mental health and emotional wellbeing.
All her events are down to earth and grounded in science. As a long-term meditator, life explorer and trained actor, her approach brings a unique depth and breadth of understanding to what it means to be human.
Dr.B’s lifelong passion is to find and share answers to a simple question, “What do we need to be at peace within ourselves and with each other so we can work well together?”
Dr. B has created a free video guide to Working From Home. Email now if you’d like to receive it and share it. (No sign up to anything by doing so!)
“Your session transformed our team in a positive way which was beyond any expectation. Today, a new and deep level of trust, interpersonal understanding, clearer communication and commitment to work as a responsible group was strongly felt by all. ” Ex-Banker
Clients include MGOMD, Elsevier, Ares Management, EMSO, RBA, FieldFisher, Pro-Agrica, Worldpay, GSMA, KPMG, Accuity, GE, McKinsey, and the Guardian.
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New webinars to help you deal with the continuing covid pandemic cover : “Corona, mental health and me”, “To sleep, perchance to dream”, “Working well together”, and “Adapting to change and finding emotional balance”.
“Very thought provoking and powerful presentation.” “Thank you for a brilliant and inspiring session.” “Loving this unifying approach to complex matters.” UKICF conference participants
"Boris Johnson refuses to take action" on proper border controls despite risks of importing more variants of the corona virus @BBCNews. What is wrong with these people? Just do it. Because we are worth it.