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Our people

As a collective, we work with a carefully selected team of consultants, all experts in their field, delivering material and offering support on sleep, nutrition, exercise, mindfulness, resilience, personal growth, anxiety and trauma.

Our success comes from the sum of our parts. By gathering this team around our core we can provide a one-stop-shop for workplace wellbeing.

Kerry Slater
Director, Psychotherapist

Kerry Slater

Kerry Slater has been a Psychotherapist for 5 years and her broad range of clients and work has included therapeutic support and supervision of a team in a Manchester law firm.

She has an MA in psychotherapy and a postgraduate qualification in counselling, with her research interest in shame and low self-esteem. She has specific training in trauma, mindfulness, bereavement, CBT, and working with anxiety and depression.

She is a member of the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (MBACP).

Director, Coach and trainer

April-Joy Serrant

April-Joy Serrant spent eight years working in custody with young offending women before running a global health and wellness business for five years, coaching numerous teams around the world.

She later managed the Mental Health Crisis Space for Mind in Bradford, covering the city and surrounding area, and from there launched a business in training and coaching.

She now coaches across the UK, and trains leadership teams in sectors including utilities, construction, education, law and retail.

She is an RD1st/CAW accredited coach, and has a TQUK Level 2 qualification in Awareness of Mental Health (RQF)

Director, Executive Coach & Leadership Trainer

Charlotte Slater

Charlotte Slater has worked in the professional training and coaching sector for over 20 years. A founding member of a startup training and consultancy business, serving multiple industry sectors and specialising in the Built Environment, with a Group turnover of £20 million to date.

She graduated from the University of Leicester in 1999 with a BA degree in sociology and psychology and has continued her interest in people throughout her career. A CIPD diploma qualified learning and development professional and CIPD member, Charlotte is an experienced people professional, who combines her business leadership skills and experience with education and training in learning and development, to deliver one to one executive and leadership coaching, leadership training, business and team mentoring and teamwork facilitation.

Passionate about supporting organisations, teams and individuals seeking the clarity they need for performance excellence, Charlotte provides the following types of support to her clients:

  • Confidence Building
  • Influencing Stakeholders
  • Navigating Challenging Relationships
  • Self Efficacy
  • Business Planning & Strategy Development
  • Effective Communication
  • Identifying and Developing Leadership Styles
  • Team Building
  • Career Planning
  • Work Life Balance
Practitioner psychologist, psychotherapist, coach and researcher

Professor Divine Charura

Dr Divine Charura is a counselling psychologist and a registered practitioner psychologist with the Health and Care Professions Council in England. He is also an adult psychotherapist, and an honorary fellow of the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP).

He has worked as an executive leadership coach with members of senior leadership teams of corporate organisations and private institutions in the UK and abroad.

Divine’s work and interests are in psychological health, wellbeing in the workplace, and developing people, potential and talent, and he has co-authored and edited numerous books on counselling, psychology and psychotherapy.


Sarah Kelly

Sarah is an Integrative Counselling Psychotherapist who qualified in 2008, is a member of the BACP (British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy), has
worked alongside Peace Hospice Care for many years supporting those suffering from the emotional pulls of loss and grief, the hopelessness of depression and the turmoil of anxiety. Previously, working as a C-suite Executive for over 30 years in the corporate world, she understands first-hand the stresses and strains those pressures can put on a person and relationships.

Today, Sarah runs a successful private practice and recently qualified as a practitioner in Internal family systems (IFS). She feels privileged that she can now offer professional therapeutic support in times of mental distress.

Coach and trainer

Rob Harvie

Before his role in the charity sector where he completed his Master Level 7 in Executive Leadership & Management, Rob spent 15 years as a dedicated educator, working with students of all ages, abilities, and educational needs. This extensive background gave him a deep understanding of what it takes to learn and grow.

His passion for personal development led him to become a certified GiANT Leadership coach, qualified life coach, training with the Coaching Academy, becoming a trained facilitator of the Stephen Covey, ‘7 Habits of Highly Effective People’.

Rob’s passionate about bringing out the best in leaders and teams by improving communication, mediation and well-being, and as a trustee and operational team member of the West Yorkshire Mountain Rescue Team, the mentoring he offers can break you away from the mundane and into the mountains.

Humanistic Counsellor, Mental Health Trainer & Coach

Emma Tomes

With a passion for fostering mental wellness in the workplace, Emma is a dedicated Humanistic Counsellor, Mental Health Trainer, and Coach based in Bournemouth, England. With extensive experience in providing support and guidance, Emma specializes in training individuals to become Mental Health First Aiders and equipping managers with the skills needed to navigate conversations about mental health effectively.

Driven by a deeply personal mission to reduce stigma and promote understanding surrounding mental health, Emma draws from a wealth of knowledge and experience, both professionally and personally. As a neurodivergent individual with a family background in neurodiversity, Emma brings a unique perspective to her practice, fostering an inclusive and empathetic approach to mental health support.

Having faced personal challenges, including the loss of a loved one to suicide, Emma is committed to empowering others to prioritize their mental well-being and cultivate resilience in the face of adversity. Through a blend of compassionate listening, practical guidance, and person-centered techniques, Emma strives to create a safe and supportive environment where individuals can explore their innermost thoughts and feelings.

Emma is also a proud member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), adhering to their ethical guidelines and standards of practice.

Performance Psychologist

Stuart Munro

Stu Munro is an experienced Performance Psychologist having worked with a diverse group of elite athletes and corporate clients for around 5 years. Presently his main role is mental performance coach to the Canadian Paralympic Alpine Ski Team, and also offers psychological support services to individuals and corporate organisations seeking improvements in performance and wellbeing. He is involved in leading a major wellbeing initiative at the National Team level, liaising with well-renowned academics to help implement and measure psychological safety. Working with elite athletes in high performance contexts from Canada, GB, NZ and Australia, has helped equip Stu in providing support, skills training and resources that enable his clients to perform at their best, and protect their wellbeing, even in the most pressurised environments.

Stu has a MSc in Sport & Exercise Psychology with distinction from the sport-renowned Loughborough University. He continues to be involved in research, particularly around mindfulness-based skills training for people in high performance environments. He views continued training as essential part of being able to provide the best continued support, and has training, learning and experience in Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Compassion Focused Therapy and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia. This learning and experience has endowed Stu to be a performance and wellbeing specialist.

Stu is a member of the British Psychological Society (MBPsS).

Counsellor and Psychotherapist

Emmeline Brown

Emma is a counsellor and psychotherapist. She has extensive experience working with individuals of all ages, with families, groups and communities.

She has a BA in Social Anthropology and Post Graduate in Counselling and Psychotherapy. With specific training in a wide range of mental health conditions and experience working with complex and co-occurring issues.

Emma uses a variety of therapeutic techniques including creativity and takes a keen interest in trauma informed, body focused work, with an emphasis on providing stabilisation and emotional regulation.

She is a member of the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (MBACP).

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