• Certified Self-Reg Learning Facilitator, Mehrit Centre, Canada

  • M.A. Understanding and Supporting Behaviour and SPecial Needs, University of East London 

  • M.Ed, Institute of Education, University of London 

  • PGCE Primary Education, Institute of Education, University of London 

  • M.A. History of Art & Psychology, University of Glasgow 

  • 28 years of experience working in education, professional training and coaching and community projects in the UK, Belgium and America.

  • Raising four children, aged 20, 18, 15 & 12, experience of managing dyslexia, ADHD and ASD

  • Governor of Ripon Grammar school, North Yorkshire

  • Founder of Learning to Flourish and Parent Smart Learning


Andrea is passionate about to helping people develop the understanding and skills to promote wellbeing and prevent mental health challenges in our increasingly complex world.


  • Certified Cognitive Behavioural Learning Facilitator

  • Assistant Head of Learning Support at Temple Moor High School

  • PGCE Secondary Education, University of Leeds 

  • BA (Hons) History & Philosophy, Bath Spa University 

  • Raising three children, aged 18, 16 & 10, two with dyslexia

  • Governor at Temple Moor High School, Kirby Overblow and New Park Academy

  •  Co-founder of Mosaic Partnership

With 25 year’s experience of teaching all ages, including early years, primary and secondary, Alison brings a wealth of knowledge to this venture. Her area of expertise is special education, in particular challenge behaviour and this is crucial for this project. She has held leadership roles in a variety of schools and continues to teach locally on a part time basis. 


Alison is passionate about providing parents with help and guidance that will enable the whole family to flourish in all aspects of life.  


To help families to live calm, confident and content lives 


To provide science backed, high-quality presentations, workshops and webinars to parents and caregivers enabling them to acquire the knowledge, skills and strategies they need to raise happy children in our complex world.


Over the last decade there has been a huge increase in the number of parents and children with mental health challenges and the recent pandemic has exacerbated this. Mental health and wellbeing are complex areas and there is not a ‘one size fits all’ solution to the challenges that individuals face. There is an increasing amount of research that indicates there is a mismatch between our environment and our biology, however there is also convincing evidence that families and young people can develop the tools to flourish.


Thousands of hours of training plus our commitment to using evidence-based research underpins our approach. We believe that calmness sets the foundation for wellbeing. When we feel calm, we can be compassionate with ourselves and others. It is from this place that we can connect with others, communicate effectively, build positive relationships and feel confident and capable. Although we do deliver virtually, we know from the science and lived experience that wellbeing and effective learning happens best in-person, for this reason we highly recommend when possible we deliver training face to face