The Resilience Doughnut is now available in the United Kingdom through our Partner Member
The Resilience Doughnut UK!

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John Shepperd Associates Ltd

John provides the leadership and management for the Resilience Doughnut UK and is a highly experienced Resilience Doughnut Accredited Trainer.

John is the Director of John Shepperd Associates and has over 18 years experience of working with children and young people in schools (primary, secondary and special education), colleges and community settings. John holds an Hons Degree from Manchester Metropolitan University and a PGCE from the University of York.

He is a former science teacher with whole-school pastoral and curriculum leadership experience. He is the former Head of Education at Blackburn Rovers Community Trust where he developed and delivered a range of highly acclaimed curriculum focussed, personal development and social inclusion programmes for 7 to 25 year olds.

In addition to his ability to engage with children and young people, John is an experienced trainer, project manager and development professional working with professionals in education, health and community organisations in the public, private and third sectors.


The Resilience Centre

Situated in Epping, NSW, the Resilience Centre is the product of a long term vision for Lyn Worsley to create a venue for positive life changing courses, groups, seminars and workshops.

The Resilience Centre is a venue for research, training and therapy.

Training in the Resilience Doughnut model is offered at the Centre as well as Solution Focussed strategies for working with adults in the workplace and carers/ professionals working with young people and their families and schools.

Most Resilience Doughnut seminars and groups are held at the Resilience Centre and other professionals are welcome to contact the Centre to discuss possibilities for hosting programs.

The Resilience Centre is a venue for positive life changing courses, groups, seminars and workshops. All courses promote positive psychology with an aim of increasing hope, enabling change and building strong connections.
The aim of the Resilience Centre is to add value to the lives of clients, practitioners and colleagues in the areas of psychology.

The Resilience Centre also hosts Wednesday Night – HOT TOPICS and local community are welcome to drop into topics of particular interest.

Visit www.theresiliencecentre.com.au for further details.