Editor in Chief- living quietly magazine
Author and speaker
I firmly believe that in order to heal and deal with any situation there needs to be a balance in mind, body and soul. The way that we treat our bodies and manage our lifestyles contribute greatly to our mental wellness. I know this to be true through my studies and more importantly through personal experience.
Balance is the foundation of my therapeutic process.
I absolutely do not believe that anyone is ever broken. We are constantly changing, the world around us is changing. Things will happen that shift the ground beneath us. When trauma hits and we think that we are broken, we are in fact just trying to adapt to changes. We are trying to find our balance on bumpy ground. Often this will be a painful and frightening experience. With the right help and support the process of therapy can be very empowering. Helping us to grow and evolve through the trauma and although some pain can never be completely erased, we can learn to manage it and live our lives effectively.
I have an extensive toolbox to help you navigate these changes. From traditional talk therapy and REBT to EMDT, nutritional advice, low impact exercise routines and lifestyle coaching.
I am your safe space, it is my job to stay open and present with you as you work through your trauma, to guide and support you as you evolve through the blockages that are stopping you from living your life to its fullest extent.
Therapy should be a positive experience. My aim is to get you back onto solid ground as quickly as possible. Prolonged therapy in most cases is not beneficial. I want to help you to help yourself and to learn the skills that will allow you to deal with your current trauma and to navigate through future traumatic events.
Associate member of BPS
Further Accreditation by CTAA, CPD, School of Natural Sciences.