What is mBraining4Success?

mBraining4Success Ltd. is a company formed in 2013 to offer leading edge coaching, training and consultancy, using the very latest knowledge of neuroscience and behavioural psychology to work with multiple intelligences in practice to support deep, transformational change.  The evolution process uses mBIT (multiple Brain Integration Techniques) to communicate with and align your multiple ‘brains’ and supports clients to the emergence of newer, higher levels of wisdom, opening up new possibilities and opportunities.

About Suzanne

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Suzanne Henwood is the Director of the company and the lead coach and trainer (and one of only 2 Master Trainers and Trainers of Master Coaches in mBIT globally).

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With a PhD in professional development, she has worked in higher education and development for 25 years and has authored numerous books, book chapters and articles, with a particular interest in stress, communication, leadership and personal and professional development to improve and transform practice, supporting people to operate from a place of excellence. She also frequently presents at academic conferences internationally. Suzanne trains alongside appropriately qualified coaches and trainers, ensuring shared core values are evident in all that we do: Integrity, Authenticity, Quality, Respect, Value, Passion and Fun.

Suzanne is from the UK originally and was trained in the 1980s as a diagnostic radiographer. She moved into higher education in London in the 1990s and has developed and extended her skills and expertise to include areas such as Leadership, Research, Stress, Communication and Development. Before leaving the UK Suzanne was the Company Director for Henwood Associates, providing coaching, training and consultancy using NLP and offering a wealth of experience to underpin mBraining4Success. Suzanne spent nearly a decade as an Associate Professor in Health and Social Sciences in New Zealand and uses her academic background to ensure the utmost quality of coaching, consultancy and training provision and works constantly to research and continuously develop to ensure all practice is evidence based and absolutely up to date.

Suzanne, who is also an NLP Trainer, works closely with ANLP (the Association of NLP) and is the International Ambassador for ANLP in New Zealand and coordinates ANLP (NZ) enabling representation of ANLP in NZ, along with a full range of membership benefits locally. She is the Editor of Current Research in NLP, an international peer reviewed journal promoting dissemination of NLP research worldwide. She is also the Rapport Magazine Research Series editor and the Research Conference lead for the International NLP Research conference, which is held bi-annually.

Suzanne organises and hosts a regular mBIT Practice Group to facilitate the on-going development and supervision of mBIT coaches, ensuring the highest level of practice of associated coaches (get in touch if you would like to know more about that).  All mBIT coaches and trainers are welcome to join.  She also hosts a teleconference style support group globally – the mBIT Global Wisdom Support Network (Intro flyer) to link together and support mBIT Coaches and Trainers Globally, as well as Co-facilitating the mBIT Next Level Mentorship Programme.

Suzanne has various publications including:

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Including this “Hot off the Press” kids activity book to get children in touch with their whole selves in a fun way.






And she also has book chapters within:

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With a new joint chapter with Grant Soosalu  in the amazing “Handbook of Intuition as Practice” published by Edward Elgar,  Publishing and edited by Marta Sinclair coming in 2020.

She is the Editor of Current Research in NLP and the Research Series editor in Rapport Magazine


She is also a regular contributor in The Great Health Guide. Additionally she has appeared in two of their ebooks.


Suzanne is also a regular contributor in the World Wide Coaching Magazine. Here is a link to an article featured in Worldwide Coaching Magazine