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Kathryn Lovewell

Kathryn is an award winning emotional resilience trainer and best-selling author of Every Teacher Matters Inspiring Well-Being through Mindfulness.  Her mission is to reduce stress in schools and promote wellbeing.  

Kathryn has taught inside and outside mainstream education for 20 years, including over three years in prison education teaching an 8 week Mindful Stress Management programme.  She is passionate about the benefits of Mindfulness to promote emotional health and wellbeing.  She trains senior leaders, teachers and students nationally and internationally. She blogs for the Huffington Post and is a guest blogger for the Teacher Support Network.

Kathryn reminds teachers that they are amazing!  Her vision is that every teacher and student is happy, healthy and mindful.  Her quest is to ensure teachers can sustain a positive presence in the classroom, long term without the risk of burnout and be the best role models they can be; and that students are inspired and flourish!







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