Mindfully Wild is Lee Bennett, an experienced, registered Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapist. Lee specialises in offering Therapy to help with all common Mental Health issues, Education on Nature Connection and Evidence based Group work. All underpinned by Mindfulness Based approaches
I developed Mindfully-Wild and to offer mindfulness based interventions, services and education.
This has come about from my 16 years experience of working with individuals, patients, clients and businesses, noticing and listening to what works and what doesn't.
I am a registered Mindfulness teacher and offer various courses, groups, one to one support and education underpinned by evidence based treatment such as Mindfulness and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
I am an experienced Mindfulness based Cognitive Therapist and Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing practitioner, with 16 years experience of delivering and developing Mental Health interventions across a variety of sectors and settings. I have worked for NHS Scotland as a Guided Self Help Worker and Trainer, for various charities as a Senior Wellbeing Practitioner. I am currently employed by the Government of Jersey as a Mental Health Practitioner working in Primary Care
I am trained in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), to Postgraduate level and since 2009 have been training in Mindfulness based interventions such as Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and Mindfulness based Nurturing Parents.
I am a listed Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy teacher with Access MBCT and a registered Teacher with BAMBA
In 2016, I began the formal process with the Bangor University Mindfulness Teacher Training Pathway which means I am following a thoroughly researched, rigorously tested and evidence based process to my being a Mindfulness Teacher. I am proud to have been taught in this way. I am supervised regularly by a Supervisor from the Mindfulness Network and I adhere to the UK Network for Mindfulness-Based Teachers Good Practice Guidelines for teaching mindfulness-based courses.