Who am I?
I help people create undeniable change in their lives and by releasing what stops them. I was a TV producer and journalist for ten years. My day to day job included interviewing people such as reformed terrorists, former members of extreme organisations or victims of atrocities. I was struggling to cope with a chronic pain condition which was controlling every moment of my day. I discovered this work as a way to heal my physical pain and the deep anxiety it accompanied. I had tried time consuming and costly therapies, I was desperate, and it transformed everything. I felt lighter and excited about the future. It changed my life so much I got trained myself, quit my job and set up my own practice, so I can share what I am so grateful to have found.
I’m on a mission to help thousands of people experience change and find the tools they need to live the life they want to their full potential.
Why am I different to other practitioners?
My rigour and focus on real results. I like to get to the root of the problem and get results. There are so many fake promises kicking around in the wellbeing industry and people are not being given the right tools to help them. I get people the results when they invest in working on themselves. By the time people come to me they have often tried so many different things, and it breaks my heart to see the money wasted and hope disintegrated. It doesn’t have to be this way.
Who do I work with?
Anyone who is ready for change and to live the life they know is possible but just don’t know how to get there. I love working with people to find their way to living their fullest life, confidently and with purpose, with an absence of fear.
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Qualifications: I am an accredited INLPTA Master Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) practitioner and use a blend of NLP techniques and proven positive psychology tools in my practice.
My own development is important and I invest to develop myself through training and regular supervision.