It’s funny how life seems to go really smoothly for some people, but not others. For some people, school or work, relationships and friendships seem to make sense and good things seem to come easily. But for others things can feel really tough and it’s easy to start feeling left behind.
MY ROLE IS TO GUIDE YOU BACK TO REALISING THAT YOU ARE OKAY. EVEN IF YOU DON’T FEEL THAT YOU ARE.
Do You Want To Know A Secret?
By Marie Arymar
A little book with a big message and perfect for anyone aged 8 to 108. A fantastic resource for parents, schools or therapists to generate discussion or just drop away from a challenging state of mind.
"What a lovely little book of truth you have written! And it's pocket size! If I were a kid again, I'd carry it around with me.”
Mavis Karn: author, counsellor, educator
WHO AM I?
I have worked mainly with young people all my life; from being an evening youth worker in my early 20s, through to a career in Sports and Youth Development and then 15 years in Further Education, supporting many young people to pick their way through difficult life decisions and challenges.
“What you're looking for is in the most hidden place...right under your nose.”
WHAT I OFFER?
Offering wellbeing programmes for approximately 12 young people, pointing them to their innate and intuitive mental health.
Programmes tailored to suit your needs, offering valuable time to see for yourself how your habitual thinking may be keeping you feeling trapped.
Workshops are offered to any groups who wish to include time to explore clarity within their group. The sessions are very relaxed, informal and interactive within the group, provoking thought and encouraging discussion.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
Having the honour of working with Marie for over 12 hours of training with 12 young people, I’ve seen first-hand how she has literally changed their lives by guiding them to the wisdom and insight which they never really knew they had before! The world needs more of this magic desperately! ... read more
Mrs Lucy Hore, Lead for Mental Health and Wellbeing, St. Peter’s Church of England High School, Exeter