About the Creator

Rebekah Few
Not Lost, but Free

I am an experienced freelance mental health and wellbeing consultant, facilitator and writer with a wide portfolio resulting from participation within many facets of the speciality. I have worked for 13 years in mental health and wellbeing working in patient-facing roles as a wellbeing practitioner and behaviour change specialist, alongside leading public health teams.


I am currently involved in several public health and wellbeing projects. I have also provided academic support, including lecturing to a variety of higher education institutions including; Birmingham City University, The University of Wolverhampton, University of Sussex, College University of London, Canterbury Christ Church University, Telford College and Oaklands college.


In addition to this, I run my own business (Not Lost, but Free) providing consultancy and training around popular psychological concepts and mental health to businesses. Recently I have had the pleasure of working with; Sony Music, Harrods, BNP Paribas, Ernst and Young, LinkedIn, Clifford and Chance, Cisco, Royal Mail and the British Association for Performing Arts Medicine.


I am actively engaged with my field and hold a membership with the Royal Society of Public Health, Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (Public Health Network) and I have an accredited British Psychology Society degree (joint honours with philosophy). I am undertaking a Masters project in Effectivity of a Wellbeing Service, hold a PGDip in Health and Social Care Leadership and I am a associate for Mental Health First Aid England.




"Rebekah was fun, approachable, engaging and informal, but managed the tone as appropriate"


"Provided lots of detailed info and is always open to questions"


"A really easy style - lots of personal insights and made everyone feel at ease."


"Fantastic knowledge and created a great atmosphere"


"Technical knowledge of the subject matter was excellent"


"good level of knowledge, easy to listen to, engaged with audience"


"very good communication skills, open, friendly supportive style"


"kept the course interesting- good knowledge"


"Sound knowledge of subject matter; 'light and breezy' - kept it interesting and relevant"


"Very helpful course and instructor was very good"


"Rebekah was great. Made it very easy to talk about"


"Really engaging and very knowledgeable"