With over a decade of experience working in health and wellbeing, a background in biology, a former career in science education, plus current studies for his MSc Psychology, Jay is extremely well-placed to simplify ideas which are often considered complex or overwhelming.
After surviving cancer and overcoming depression as a teenager, burning out quite catastrophically on two separate occasions as an adult, and then being diagnosed with a chronic disability within the past few years, Jay developed a mental and physical fitness philosophy to rebuild the strength of his body and mind, and to avoid slipping back down ever again.
This philosophy is now the cornerstone of what he teaches to leaders and their organisations around the world, including Frontier Economics, Christian Aid, the RAC and the University of Southampton. It’s all pinned on a few central tenets: accessibility, adaptability and efficiency.
Jay's mission is quite simple: to help as many organisations as possible become beacons for effective stress management, thus improving the wellbeing of their people, and increasing company performance.SEE JAY IN ACTION
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