Miss Glenda Michelle Burns MIPHE - Health & Wellness, Fitness & Nutrition

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Miss Glenda Michelle Burns, MIPHE

Trauma Support Specialist (For Parents) Breathe NI
Cell Phone: 07809624253


Breathe NI is a new service in Northern Ireland aimed at helping people whose parenting is affected by previous trauma they have experienced.
Breathe NI will provide a small range of services to support people who are aware. or suspect, that past trauma is influencing their parenting, helping parents be the parent that they want to be.
Breathe NI will launch in late 2019 and aims to offer the following services;
Breathe Calmwill offer a range of workshops and courses aimed at helping people recognise how trauma/abuse may be affecting their parenting and then we will teach you ways to manage this, developing coping strategies and parenting skills to help you be the parent you want to be.
Breathe Calm has two different levels; courses aimed at the general public who feel that they would like some support in this area; and those who are currently receiving help for trauma related conditions via the NHS or privately (e.g. PTSD, Complex-PTSD, depression, anxiety etc).
Breathe FreeBreathe Free will be a monthly support group for parents in recovery from trauma, or for those who would just like a bit of solidarity with this topic. This is not a counselling space, it will be a group that focuses on lifting up and supporting people in becoming their best selves despite such adversity. Sessions will be a mix of informal support and talking, to themed sessions that provide insights and demonstrations into numerous self-care and coping methods. All along with a bit of fun where appropriate in a safe environment with like-minded people.
Breathe ActiveBreathe Active will be a monthly activity group that will use activity therapy as a means to soothe and stimulate both the mind and body. Activity therapy covers physical, mental, cognitive and social activities so there will be a huge range of things offered! Sessions will be tailored to the group’s interests, abilities and input. It’s about having a place to relax and have fun while getting the ongoing support or camaraderie you may crave.
Breathe Back – (launching 2020/2021) – Breathe Back is about breaking the cycle of the long-term effects of childhood trauma or abuse. It will provide a small funding opportunity to a child who has recently experienced significant trauma or abuse to access private mental health support as soon as possible while they are on a waiting list for either NHS or charitable assistance. Breathe sees early intervention as an essential element to recovery. Breathe Back will be supported by both Breathe and local businesses or organisations concerned with helping their communities.
If you would like to get more information, collaborate with Breathe NI on any programmes or register your interest for any of the above initiatives please do not hesitate to get in touch.


Glenda is a senior health professional turned social entrepreneur, writer and speaker. She is a highly passionate, motivated and dedicated individual who possesses an extensive range of skills in health promotion and education, business development and physical activity development.

As a multiple trauma survivor and experienced health professional Glenda now uses her background to support parents who are also affected by trauma, helping them be the parent that they want to be.

Determined that people who are struggling with their parenting as a result of trauma should not suffer alone any longer Glenda is developing a new social enterprise, Breathe NI, that will deliver a small range of support services to parents in need.

Glenda also breaks down stigma and taboos by openly talking about her own mental health struggles and background to encourage, support and inspire others in similar situations. Topics in demand for Glenda to speak and write about are; Living with Multiple Mental Health Conditions, Picking Yourself Up Again AND Again, Parenting with PTSD and Changing Your Life Path Whatever Your Circumstances.

Starting a health business

If you are thinking about starting a health / fitness / lifestyle related business, below are some top tips to help get you started. In addition, you also will get great advice from other members attending our networking events.

  • Firstly, think about your niche – You will start a health related business because of your own life experience and the problems you encountered and your own personal experience of how to solve them. You realise this information could help many other people.
  • Secondly, if you believe in the solution to these problems and know they can help people, you are personally invested. You are motivated to helping people and have 100% belief in yourself and the product or services
  • Thirdly, don’t forget to set yourself targets, as you are motivated to helping people, you shouldn’t neglect the business end of your business.
  • Lastly, Be authentic. If you are you, speak your customer’s language, you will succeed. People buy from people they like, know and trust – good luck!
  • In conclusion, you can always help others, but you must value your time.

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