Non-Fiction and Fiction 

Writing to educate, inspire and lose yourself in story!

Words.  Meaning. Understanding.

Utilising Psychology & Neuroscience to Be A Better Human

Training programs for universities and companies looking to enhance communication, collaboration, understanding and wellbeing.

Evidence-Based

All programs utilise psychology and neuroscience evidence based research.

Interactive

All programs are interactive through a question derived delivery and process. 

Build Awareness

All programs build individual and group awareness providing leaders with practicable outcomes.

Facilitative & Collaborative

All programs are facilitative in nature encouraging collaboration and effort.

My name is Beth E. Lee and I’m a researcher, writer, trainer and all around curious human being.

I spent 20+ years in the corporate world, when a life changing event brought me to rock bottom. 

Therapy changed all that which led me to devote 10 years to learning about how the mind and the brain work.

Today, I research, write, teach, and train through the lens of Psychology outlining the importance words and language play in our existence.

  • Masters of Science, Psychology & Neuroscience of Mental Health
  • Masters in Business Administration, Marketing
  • Bachelors of Arts In English, Ceative Writing & Journalism
  • Traveler – Lived in 5 Countries – USA, AU, SING, UK, IRE

My Articles

Everyone knows someone who is a worrier. You, yourself, may be a worrier. Perhaps you have a high degree of neuroticism. [Neuroticism here means having “ a tendency toward anxiety, depression, self-doubt, self-doubt, and other negative feelings.” — Psychology Today.] Or you may be like me, someone […]
When we think of the term “wellbeing”, concepts such as work-life balance, happiness, friendship, health and wellness come into our mind. After all, isn’t that what life is about? Striving and succeeding in all those areas and more?
When my therapist explained that creating meaning was up to me, it was a lightbulb moment because I had “adopted” my ritual meanings from others.