Amanda-Jayne Staddon spent 20 years in the legal and financial services working within accounts and as an independent financial advisor, allowing her to have the business and corporate knowledge to create the charity the natural approach group, working with those suffering from mental illness and abuse plus her extensive knowledge and understanding of autism through her own and her daughters experiences, particularly of Asperger’s. This has inspired her to want to help others, with life coaching and motivational speaking she hopes to raise peoples awareness.
Amanda-Jayne uses reiki, healing and animal communication with horses and dogs dealing with physical/emotional issues with great success. She has studied equine behaviour both in the UK and overseas with equine ethologists such as; Dr Lucy Rees, Dr Martha Kiley-Worthington, Lynn Henry (think like a pony) and Vanessa Bee of positive horsemanship and founder of the international Horse Agility Club. Amanda-Jayne is a horse agility accredited trainer (HAAT) and Natural horsemanship Instructor as well as being the founder of the Junior Agility Club for which she writes regular articles in Horsemanship magazine.
She’s able to help individuals physically and mentally suffering with ; ADHD, Anxiety, Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Dementia, Depression, Developmental Delay, Genetic Syndromes, Traumatic Brain Injuries, Behavioural Issues, Abuse Issues, PTSD, Drug and Alcohol Addictions, Self Confidence, Eating Disorders and other mental health issues.