A qualified teacher and senior school leader of 20 years in the UK (South West), Suzanne is a licensed trainer specialising in developing resilience in education and reducing anxiety in young people. Following 10 years of ICT project management in the logistics sector, Suzanne qualified as a teacher in 2003 and has worked in education at a senior level with a wide variety of pastoral and academic responsibilities. She lives in a village in the South West of England, with husband, 2 daughters, 2 rescue cats and 4 rescue chickens.  She is also kept busy with her horse and writing her first collection of poems.

 
Suzanne is passionate about developing the skills in young people to cope, thrive and flourish, both in day-to-day life and when faced with challenging times. She believes that prevention is better than cure, and offers a service to schools and communities which is solution-focused and strengths-based, rather than a sticking plaster to use when things aren’t working out.  The Resilience Doughnut model matches her values and provides a holistic tool to use in educational and community settings, alongside her training and educational consultancy work.
 

Suzanne is a Level 2 Licensed Trainer with The Resilience Doughnut, and offers workshops and programmes in the South West to support children and adolescents in developing their resilience.