Annie Manning MASC (CBT) NLP Life Skills Coach

We become what we think – Mahatma Ghandi said;

 ‘We are the expression of our own thoughts. If we think we fail and will not reach our goal then our own definition of success can never be realised. Our thoughts shape our nature, and therefore, we become what we think.’

Shelford Chandler MD Giant Steps:’Annie is one of those people who can quickly grasp the complexities of an unfamiliar business to add value and a fresh perspective. From research and content creation to customer engagement, she’s supportive and enthusiastic about whatever she’s working on, a positive force to be reckoned with!

I would like to help you achieve your goals as a Counsellor and NLP Life Skills Coach; providing one to one counselling and coaching whether this is to help improve working or personal relationships or perhaps helping with your bereavement journey or your relationship with reading and writing as a dyslexic.  I have studied and gained qualifications within Counselling, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Psychology, Spiritual Healing and Bereavement Counselling.

**June 2020 qualified –  NCFE CACHE Certificate Level 2 Principles of Dementia Care.

I am qualified in Safeguarding, KCSIE (Keeping Children Safe in Education) and SEN (Special Educational Needs). I hope to be working with teenagers on the National Citizens Service in the future. I like to work with and help teenagers where possible and write about bereavement support within schools and combating bullying  i.e. cyber bullying.

Please see my piece on combating student stress via communication is available to read:

Intervention and CPD is increasingly vital within the school environment -please read my latest piece on the real value of CPD:-

Please read my other articles on Innovate My School’s Website including:-

I have written several books and articles on the subject of bereavement and mindfulness. I have run a blog ( for four years featuring posts on NLP, Mindfulness and bereavement to help others in coming to terms with personal loss. I also help support charities with awareness.