Been there, seen it,
done it, survived.
Viewing experiences from differing perspectives is an important part of life and essential to learning.
And you can’t beat learning from someone with first hand experience of adversity – and the power to turn their life around.
Miguel Dean is a behaviour and learning coach, who provides mentoring and one-to-one training for young people in both residential and educational settings.
Based in Malvern, Worcestershire, Miguel was educated at the University of Sunderland and designed and delivered training courses at Worcester College of Technology for six years. His teaching philosophy is based on building relationships and listening to his students – then empowering and motivating them.
Miguel’s motivation to help young people address issues such as anger management and low self-esteem came from his own personal difficulties in early life, which eventually resulted in him living on the streets. A thwarted axe attack by a fellow street dweller in Edinburgh prompted Miguel to seek a better life.
Fortunately, he had the strength of character to succeed. By using sound educational principles he is now seeking to help similarly young, vulnerable people.
Miguel is also acutely aware of the need to foster two way relationships. That’s why he also offers coaching and training to professionals working with young and vulnerable people who regularly seek to refresh and improve their skills and knowledge in order to undertake this vital and challenging work.
To enhance his own self-development and to aid his understanding of other cultures, Miguel visited Nicaragua for three weeks in the summer of 2010 doing voluntary work for the Peace and Hope Trust.
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