The Calm Mind Club is a supportive community created to help you feel calmer and more in control
"I'm so happy that I joined The Calm Mind Club, it's the best decision I've ever made. It gives me the space to be myself, to express myself without fear of being judged, and it gives me the tools I need to be more resilient and calmer. I'm so happy to have finally found something that works for me."
The Calm Mind Club is a supportive online space where you’ll get teaching, insight and support from me as well as guest experts, plus practical tools and techniques including written and recorded material, printables, downloads, a resource library and a supportive community. It’s where you can connect with others who feel just like you do.
Each month we focus on a different topic, from wanting to feel in control, worrying what others think of you, people-pleasing to overwhelm, self-doubt, comparison, fear of failure, being kind to yourself…
Past guest interview guests (all of which are recorded ready for you to watch back when you join) have included Lindsey Jenkin talking about nutrition and mental health, Pragya Agarwal on creativity for wellbeing, Lucy Lucraft on eco overwhelm, Maisie Hill on how the monthly cycle affects our mental wellbeing, Josephine Brooks on planning, Donna Noble on yoga, Hannah Bullivant on decluttering, Tamu Thomas on play and joy, Natalie Lue on relationships and many more.
In the next couple of months we have Jo Casey revealing how society's conditioning of us as women has impacted how we think and feel, and Randi Buckley shedding light on creating and honouring our own boundaries.
"I'm grateful I joined The Calm Mind Club and have these tools, otherwise I would be sleepless, worried and overthinking. I really can't say thank you enough, what a difference this is making to my life and I'm so glad I joined when I did!"
– Paula Dear
You can dip in and out of The Calm Mind Club as it suits you. Learning how to be more calm, confident and in control will SAVE you time because you'll no longer be drowning in overwhelm.
A few minutes a day or 30mins a week is beneficial and you're in control, there's no keeping up or falling behind.
The live sessions, including the expert interviews, will take place on Zoom, a free online webinar service. The date and time will be announced before each session and you will receive an email invitation with the link to join. The recordings of all the lives, interviews and Q&As will be saved in the Club site and posted in the Community so if you can’t join live you can catch up any time.
The recordings of all the lives, interviews and Q&As will be saved in the Club site and posted in the Community so if you can’t join live you can catch up any time.
No, it isn't! I know that many people don't use Facebook or want to use it less and so The Calm Mind Club Community is hosted on a separate site that has nothing to do with Facebook (and it's super easy to use).
Yes, when you join you get access to everything that came before you joined – all the topic essays, workbooks, printables, 35+ hours of recordings including guest interviews, Q&As …
How much you join in with the live sessions or in the community space is entirely up to you, there is no pressure or obligation to participate.
When worry is stopping you from basic functioning in daily life it may be developing into anxiety disorder. It may be advisable to seek treatment from a trained counsellor or psychotherapist. Speak to your GP, check out the UK Council for Psychotherapy psychotherapy.org.uk or call Mind on 0300 1233393.
The Club is for women/women-identifying who are ready to take a step towards living the calm and confident life they want. We discuss topics and issues that impact women's lives including periods, monthly cycles and the patriarchal society.
Yes, you can cancel your membership to the Club at any time in your Account. Your membership will run until the end of the time period you've paid and then it will expire.
The Calm Mind Club is where you can breathe a sigh of relief because you’re surrounded by like-minded friends. Here you’ll find what you're looking for – guidance, inspiration and practical tools, along with a supportive community, to empower you to feel calmer and more in charge of your own life. And by doing so you'll be free to become the more relaxed, light-hearted, focused, present woman you really want to be (and really are deep down).
"Before joining The Calm Mind Club I was getting overwhelmed easily over the littlest thing. But now, for the first time, I feel seen thanks to Gabrielle and the wonderful resources of The Calm Mind Club. It's such a positive and healing go-to in my day."
– Milly Goodall
I’ve created The Calm Mind Club so that women like you have a supportive community environment online to go to for help with your overwhelm. I know how powerful it is to combine information, strategies and tools based in positive psychology, with the opportunity for live discussion, expert input and a supportive community, plus practical resources you can put into action.
I’m bringing together my training in positive psychology coaching, mindfulness and becoming a certified coach, having more than 1,800 people go through my online courses and my life-long experience to create this Club especially for you.
As a lifelong introverted, empathic, overdoing, overthinker I have spent years learning, experimenting and practising the teachings of positive psychology to discover how I could feel calmer, more in control and enjoy my life more.
It's because of this research and direct experience, along with training to become a certified life coach, that I'm able to empower you to feel calmer and more confident in yourself, to feel more in control and better able to cope, and to enjoy your life more.
• I’m a certified life coach having trained with the Beautiful You Life Coaching Academy
• I've completed positive psychology coaching with the Wholebeing Institute
• I've studied mindfulness with the Centre for Mindfulness Research and Practice at Bangor University
• I’ve completed the Brain Science and Wellness Education Program with the Neuroscience Academy
It’s because of the journey I’ve been on that I created The Calm Mind Club, I hope you'll join me there today.
The Calm Mind Club is currently closed to new members.
The Calm Mind Club is not a substitute for therapy. When worry is stopping you from basic functioning in daily life it may be advisable to speak to your GP, check out the UK Council for Psychotherapy psychotherapy.org.uk or call Mind on 0300 1233393.
Throughout this website and my work when I refer to women I include people identifying as women.