Beyond Recovery is passionate about people seeing the infinite potential of themselves and taking inspired action for societal change, whether that involves Beyond Recovery or they develop their own projects. This page contains information about and links to the range of activities we deliver to help develop individuals who want to help others through the Three Principles approach.


Our free Webinars  run every other month and all are welcome. Whether you want to join in live, on our conversations about life and it’s infinite potential or access the resources on our YouTube channel, this is your first stop.

To find out upcoming dates and sign up to the next webinar simply go to our Eventbrite page Wisdom Entrepreneurs Facebook group



Do you want to have more impact with your communities? 

Our Insight to Wellbeing Curriculum is designed to do just that.

The curriculum was designed in partnership between Beyond Recovery, UK The SPARK Initiative, Florida and Insight Alliance, Oregon. Between all three organisations, we have worked with many populations, including adult prisoners, youth offenders, professionals, sex workers, care leavers, people in recovery, prison officials.

If you like the sound of this or would like more info you can contact us @ and we’ll arrange a 1:1 call to discuss further or you can sign up for the next training here on our curriculum web page Beyond Recovery’s  Insight to Wellbeing

Empowered People Programme 

This is an invitation-only mentoring programme hosted by Jacqueline (aka MamaJ) over a 6 month period. The aim of the programme is to allow for deepening grounding whilst providing a pragmatic approach to getting individual projects or businesses off the ground. The group will be kept to under ten people to create an intimate connection and mutual support.

This programme evolved from the training MamaJ provided to the first facilitators who she  brought into prisons  in 2015 and the apprentices whilst in prison and is rooted in the guidelines provided by Mr Sydney Banks on how to share the simplicity in the Understanding of The Principles.

With MamaJ and her pioneering approach to empowering people to create their own passion-filled lives. Many wonderful and amazing people have passed through these EPP stables and have gone on to touch and impact others. Anna Debenham (The Insight Alliance) Paul Lock (Paul lock Art) Susan Marmot, Liliana Bellini and Lou Scott (The Big Simple) David Robinson (Beyond Business), Derrick Mason (Mindflow Academy) and many others.

If you think this might be something for you, contact us @ to arrange a conversation with Jacqueline. 









What I love most about Jacqueline is her unwavering passion and enthusiasm for the work she does and the people she works with. Jacqueline is dedicated to supporting not just the vulnerable but anyone who walks into her life. She’s a very genuine, very warm lovely woman and I’ve learnt so much about myself, about business and about working with others through working with Jacqueline.

Anna Debenham

Three Principles Coach/Trainer


I have worked with Jacqueline as a facilitator on the training we do in Prison in Onley, Rugby. I have loved working alongside Jacqueline, she has a wonderful ‘can-do’ attitude which is infectious. She encourages and develops us. Her work has had amazing effects on the prisoners and the staff and many of the staff already comment how much positive effect the work has had on the prisoners and their attitude day to day.

Susan Marmot

Three Principles Practitioner


Beyond Recovery are revolutionising the way we understand and treat addiction and mental health. I can’t say enough good things about the incredible work they are doing, and this is just the beginning! Jacqueline is an inspiration. I am proud to be associated with Beyond Recovery and it is a delight and a privilege to work with her.

Paul Lock

Founder, Innate Thought


Insight Alliance
HM Prison & Probation
Spark Initiative
Three Principles Foundation
Russell Webster
National Lottery AFA Community Fund
Lloyds Bank
One Thought
Lottery funded
The Corbett Network
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