LifeWise Publishing LLC, 28Cheswold Blvd, Newark Delaware 19713. USA

Unique support by unique professionals

If recovery is to happen at all, you need the right advice from people who know how to do it!

Being anxiety disorder free means reprogramming how you respond emotionally and to do that you need 4 elements:

- Knowledge
- Structure
- Compliance
- Support

The first three are provided within the TLM program structure.

Support is provided by the most experienced, qualified and caring group of mental health practitioners you will find anywhere.


Support staff




Accredited Therapists

What support do you get when you join?

You have unlimited access to our support team.

You can call them between 9am and 5 pm GMT Monday to Friday and receive the answers to your questions and concerns.

This service is FREE so please understand that the people you speak to are much more highly qualified than psychological staff you will find elsewhere. Just because support is free doesn't mean that they are there to be abused or ignored. They know how to get you to recover so please pay attention to their advice.

You can email the team 24:7 and receive an answer, usually, within 12 hours.

Again, our team are mental health professionals. Allow them time to formulate their answers. Their knowledge and time would be extremely expensive in the high street so appreciate that we are providing them to you in order to recover quickly... be respectful and listen to and apply the advice you are given. You won't find similar advice elsewhere.

Why are the team so unique?

All of our support team members are ex sufferers so they have first hand knowledge of what you are experiencing and how to overcome it.

They are all accredited Anxiety Recovery Practitioners with mental health practitioner qualifications in psychology and psychotherapy.

They all have thousands of hours experience supporting people just like you, through to full and lifelong recovery.

Meet the core team

Charles Linden

Developer of TLM programs, Anxiety Recovery Retreats and LAR Therapy

Beth Linden

Beth runs the Anxiety Recovery Retreat and Childhood Recovery Programs

Jackie Anderson

Operations Manager
Jackie is in charge of the smooth running of all programs and our Recovery Retreats Host

Andrew Field

Business Development Director
Andrew is responsible for creating and managing the corporate, schools and forces programs.

Jenny Brookes

Jenny is our Lead Educator and Retreats Program presenter

Jo Goodchild

Retreats Program Manager
Jo is the Retreat and Workshop programs coordinator

Sheila Darley

Recovery Specialist
Sheila is our BACP Supervisor and an LAR Practitioner

Fiona Carmen-Cullen

Recovery Specialist
Fiona is an MBACP psychotherapist and LAR Practitioner


Recovery Specialist
Kate is an MBACP psychotherapist and a trainee LAR Practitioner

Rebecca Davenport

Becky is in charge of logistics and production management.

Kathy Jezukiewicz

Recovery Specialist
Kathy is an MBACP psychotherapist and LAR Practitioner

Alexandra Greaves

Recovery Specialist
Alex is a trainee LAR Practitioner

Ros Widowson

Retreats Coach
Ros is a provider at our Anxiety Recovery Retreats

Alan Smith

Retreats Coach
Alan is a provider at our Anxiety Recovery Retreats


Retreats Coach
Darren is a provider at our Anxiety Recovery Retreats

Angela Apparicio

Retreats Coach
Angela is a provider at our Anxiety Recovery Retreats

Michael Hein

IT Support
Mike is our web developer and IT consultant

Nick Jackson

IT Support
Nick is a Social Media and advertising superhero


Phill assists us with stock control and general office maintenance

Why are they different to other specialists?

There exists only one accredited, dedicated anxiety disorder recovery practitioner qualification; and our team have it.

No other organisation or healthcare professional outside of our organisation has this professional level accreditation.

The qualification allows the practitioner to practice LAR Therapy, the only anxiety recovery therapy. This qualification is regulated and provided through the NCFE only to practitioners who have demonstrated that they can provide high level therapeutic care to anxiety disorder sufferers.

NICE Guidelines for Anxiety Disorder Support

We provide LAR Psycho-educational recovery with Peer support by accredited mental health professionals.
Common mental health problems: identification and pathways to care
Clinical guideline [CG123]          Published date:  May 2011

Peer Support Explained

Reference: The Mental Health Foundation -

Peer Support may be defined as the help and support that people with lived experience of a mental illness or a learning disability are able to give to one another. It may be social, emotional or practical support but importantly this support is mutually offered and reciprocal, allowing peers to benefit from the support whether they are giving or receiving it.

Key elements of Peer Support in mental health include that it is built on shared personal experience and empathy, it focuses on an individual'€™s strengths not weaknesses, and works towards the individual'€™s wellbeing and recovery. Though the language of peer support is relatively new in the UK, in practice self-help groups and mutual support has been around for many years.

In Canada and the USA, Peer Support in its various forms has been a widely recognised and utilised resource that has been developing since the 1960s. In recent years there has been an increasing emphasis on the value of peer support in the UK. Research has shown that peer-run self-help groups yield improvement in psychiatric symptoms resulting in decreased hospitalisation, larger social support networks and enhanced self-esteem and social functioning.

Peer Listening
A peer supporter who offers a listening service is a person who has been trained in counselling skills that include active listening, verbal and non-verbal communication, confidentiality and problem solving. Peer supporters who have completed certain training may then go on to offer support to their peers on a formal basis.

Peer Education
This involves peers educating peers on specific topics, such as coping with depression, anxiety or addiction. This will generally include a group of peers of similar age, status and background to the people to whom they are delivering material.

Peer Tutoring
Peer tutoring is a model whereby a peer supporter aids a peer, whether of the same age or younger, with his or her academic and social learning. The support offered by the peer tutor can be cross-curricular and take the form of paired reading or paired writing.

Peer Mentoring
One example of a this would be a '€˜buddy'€™ system in which people who have received certain training are attached to a new group and act as a friend, mentor and guide to ease people into a new environment, eg a school, hospital. Another aspect of peer mentoring is that of a positive role model, involving a long-term commitment between the mentor and mentee.The peer mentor is linked to a mentee and has the role of befriender, listener and mediator.

Peer Mediation
Conflict resolution is another name for peer mediation. Peer mediators are trained specifically in conflict resolution skills.They help people find solutions to disputes in formal and informal situations. It is unusual to find an organisation adopting just a peer mediation model, though such a model is often part of a fuller peer-support programme.
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The Recovery Programs

Our programs have been developed by ex sufferers working in Mental Health in order to create the fast and life-long recovery and physical and mental wellbeing they achieved

Home Access

Mobile, tablet and desktop computer access to all materials, resources and support wherever you are. Printed book, CD and DVD version. For all ages. Unlimited qualified support by our recovery specialists included.


Four day residential program at our Retreats venue. Mobile, tablet and desktop computer access to all materials, resources and support wherever you are.
Unlimited qualified support by our recovery specialists included.

Young People

Two day residential program at our West Midlands Safari Park educational centre. Mobile, tablet and desktop computer access to all materials, resources and support wherever you are.
Ongoing unlimited support included.