About me

I am an experienced and award-winning mental health trainer, coach and mindfulness and self-compassion facilitator.

I have a particular interest in self-compassion approaches to help manage anxiety in times of uncertainty and relate to ourselves more helpfully during difficulty.

Originally qualified as a Registered General Nurse and Occupational Health nurse, I have worked within many different workplace settings. I have extensive experience in developing strategic approaches for improving mental health and wellbeing at work, working previously as a Mental Wellbeing specialist for National Grid.

I have developed and delivered many sessions which help people to improve their mental health and wellbeing at work — including line manager training, helping managers to feel confident when supporting individuals at work experiencing distress and to create an environment in which people can flourish.

I run regular retreats helping individuals to develop mindfulness and self-compassion skills, especially those experiencing pain from physical health difficulties and emotional distress. I am also a qualified psychotherapist and coach.

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What People Say

I have known Kirsty for a number of years as colleagues with shared interests. We have had many discussions and shared ideas about our work. She has striking integrity, insight and passion for improving mental wellbeing and seeking ways to address its systemic causes in organisations.

Mark Leonard

Director, Mindfulness Connected and Strategic Partner at Talik & Co

‘Mindfulness is awareness that arises through paying attention, on purpose, in the present moment, non-judgementally.’ John Kabat Zinn

Tel: 07852 251 805
Email: kirstylilley2903@gmail.com
Opening Hours: 9 am – 5 pm
Monday through Friday

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