Beth Whitehouse

Worker Bio

Beth oversees the development and delivery of Reflex programmes including music, theatre, life skills and resettlement through mentoring.

Beth gained a Music degree in 2003 and completed a Psychology conversion degree in 2006.  Having previously worked as a free lance musician alongside the RSC and delivering music workshops throughout the Midlands, Beth also went on to work as a detached youth worker whilst training as a teacher of Music.

Beth’s passion is writing, teaching and delivering programmes with excellence and commitment, whilst also helping to inspire others to implement appropriate support strategies to motivate disengaged young people. She thrives on exploring new educational concepts.

Beth has a diverse teaching experience, specialising in the subjects of music, psychology, and later teaching English. She is passionate about helping to identify and apply preventive, restorative and rehabilitative measures for young people.

As a result, Beth pioneered an Alternative Education Provision Centre, providing personalised programmes and helping to raise expectations of both deliverers and the young people themselves.

Beth also worked as a Head of College and has a thorough understanding of assessment, moderation and accrediting bodies, meeting learners’ needs and equipping them with the appropriate life skills. She has also lectured at Worcester university on challenging behaviour.

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