About Sam

Sam is a renowned speaker and trainer on Mental Health and SEN. Originally Sam worked in the commercial sector as a recruitment consultant and project manager. She then became a music teacher and a SENCo in a large Secondary School where she gained a wealth of SEN training and experience, particularly in behaviour and mental health. She then worked with children who had been excluded from school, and children in care before becoming self employed as well as publishing a book on mental health with a renowned publisher.

She trains nationally and internationally, and writes regularly for workplace publications. Sam is a qualified Educational Assessor, CBT therapist, Child and Adolescent Counsellor, and PPP (Triple-P) Facilitator. Sam is also working as a coach for the renowned Leeds Beckett University on their Nationally recognised School Mental Health Award, and she is a member of the South West Branch of The Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health.

At weekends Sam can be found singing Soul and Motown around South Devon and she is involved in her local cricket club.