Mike Coulter // Human Behaviour Specialist
Mike is an advertising industry expert. An award-winning copywriter, a nostradamus of global, cultural trends and sharp challenger of the status quo. As creative director for the Do Lectures on their hugely influential ‘side projects report’ he’s also a certified Tiny Habits coach, one of a few in the UK, fully accredited and endorsed by it’s founder Stanford University Professor BJ Fogg PhD.
Trained in both the Tiny Habits® Method of behavioural change, and the models and methods of Behaviour Design, the secret sauce applied by some of the most successful companies in Silicon Valley (skills he now also shares as Entrepreneur in Residence, with the students at ‘LaunchPad’, Falmouth Uni’s Start-Up School).
Mike’s extensive experience combined with his academically accredited training in the Tiny Habits method, helps people to understand and influence effective behaviour change solutions both at home and in the day job. Mike’s sessions can be tailored to your team’s focus or outputs.
“I don’t think i’ve met anyone quite like mike as a coach, and certainly nobody delivering anything like his unique tiny habits training. the small changes he introduces to people and businesses have a massive impact.”
Dr Morwenna Opie // Consultant Clinical Psychologist
Morwenna has honed her clinical skills over two decades delivering evidence-based psychological therapies in London NHS teaching hospitals and renowned private mental health settings. She has published and lectured internationally in her areas of speciality including anxiety disorders, stress, mood management. When London-based, alongside a Harley Street therapy practice, Morwenna offered psychologically-informed corporate consulting roles within the health sector.
She dedicates her time to several national and international mental and physical health charities, operating as a trustee and medical adviser, and in this context also delivering workshops and therapeutic retreats.
Since returning to Cornwall in 2018, she has worked locally in the NHS and the Duchy Hospital, Truro. While much of her mental health clinical work is delivered 1:1 she relishes the transformative power of working with groups. Morwenna is a registered practitioner in the delivery of psychological therapies including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Motivational Interviewing, Brief-Intervention approaches and Mindfulness-based therapies.
“I would say Morwenna has superpowers in homing-in on areas to target and address, as well as making the complex and overwhelming seem simple and navigable.”
If you would like to find out more about the Cabilla Method Retreat for your team or about corporate retreats in general at Cabilla please email [email protected].