ABOUT MIND SPA
Introducing Jacqueline and Paul
Partner / Co-Founder
Partner / Co-Founder
By working with people experiencing severe and multiple disadvantages, and complex needs, Beyond Recovery endeavours to create opportunities, harmony and increased social inclusion. Furthermore, we believe that the ripple effect of sustainable change in behaviour and attitude will impact families, communities and the economy.
Through different avenues she was introduced to many people in recovery from various addictions. Jacqueline realised that sharing the understanding of how the mind works and its effect on our experience could help many people suffering with the stigma of addiction and the restrictive road to recovery.
Jacqueline’s coaching experience, business background and her passion for helping people with addictions and obsessive compulsions gave her the impetus to create a social enterprise dedicated to this work; Beyond Recovery C.I.C. Working with individuals, services and business people; Beyond Recovery provides coaching and workshop services based on sharing the Principles, for both the people with addictions and the people supporting them.
An understanding of the Principles, allow people to walk away from a troubled past and to rise above adverse circumstances, this is at the heart of services offered.
In conjunction with the work that Beyond Recovery are undertaking, Jacqueline is gathering valuable data, which will be used specifically for research about the effectiveness of the Three Princples therapeutic model in comparison to other models.
Paul has always had a fascination with psychology and philosophy and, during his time in sales, came across the work of Sydney Banks. Since 2011, Paul has immersed himself in learning more about the Principles, as a result, has experienced profound changes in all areas of his life. Paul has a passion for helping others to discover psychological wellbeing and set up Innate Thought. Paul works with many people from all walks of life, helping them to become more at peace, happy and inspired.
Paul is proud to work with the pioneering social enterprise, Beyond Recovery CIC, who are changing the way the criminal justice system treats and views mental health and addiction. Beyond Recovery has been undertaking academic research studies, measuring the efficacy of their approach and have recently had their impressive results accepted for publication in a forthcoming edition of Sage’s ‘International Journal of Offender Therapy & Comparative Criminology (IJO)’.
Over recent years, Paul has also discovered a talent and passion for painting. Paul regularly takes commissions and, when he is not connecting with clients, spends much of his time in his studio.
Paul is married with a daughter, who he will often cite as his greatest teacher!