Beth E. Lee, MBA, MSc
After 20 years of working with marketing content in a plethora of industries, I hit what I thought was the pinnacle of my career in 2007. I had everything I wanted: I was an executive, traveling around the world, working with amazing people and living an expat life in Australia with a husband I loved – but I wanted more… I wanted a baby.
In 2009 that baby arrived but, unfortunately, I wasn’t mentally prepared and found myself suffering from post-natal depression. It took a year of therapy, which as far as I’m concerned, saved my life. In 2011 we left Australia to continue our expat life, living in 4 more countries, before settling down. I couldn’t help but wonder at each turn, why? Why did I fall into a depression? How did therapy work? Why did it work for me? And why didn’t it come back?
With two beautiful children, we settled down in the UK in 2014, where I could finally answer those all-important questions. And finally, in 2019, ten years after my battle began, I gained an MSc in Psychology & Neuroscience in Mental Health. I now have a fundamental scientific foundation of psychology and mental health as a whole. I have gained that all-important understanding of depression answering the question, why me. But most importantly I have learned the inner mechanisms of the brain and new aspects of mental health sparking an insatiable curiosity. I am now inspired to tell my story, to continue learning by conducting research and, most importantly, to help others with their thinking to live a satisfying and full life.
Master of Science (MSc) – (August 2019)
Psychology & Neuroscience in Mental Health, Institute of Psychology Psychiatry and Neuroscience (IOPPN) King’s College London, London, UK
Certificate in Coaching – (March 2019)
The British Psychological Society (BPS) Approved, International Society for Coaching Psychology (ISCP) recognised course, focused on the Cognitive Behavioural Approach to Coaching, Centre for Coaching, International Academy for Professional Development Ltd., London, UK
Science of Wellbeing Certificate – (February 2019)
Time to Flourish Certificate – a 10 week “coach yourself” course, Institute of Psychology Psychiatry and Neuroscience (IOPPN), King’s College London, London, UK
Positive Psychology Certificate – (January 2019)
Positive Psychology Certificate, University of Pennsylvania and the founder of Positive Psychology Martin Seligman
Masters in Business Administration (MBA) – (June 1999)
Marketing, Suffolk University, Boston, MA, USA
Bachelor of Arts (BA) – (June 1995)
English, University of New Hampshire (UNH), Durham, NH, USA