I help people make sustainable change in both their personal and business life.
I believe that many people are looking for change in the way their healing occurs. To do this we need to move away from the biological (physical) model which has a single focus of working on the part that is sick and embrace a mind/body/spirit/environment attitude toward healing. Your environment (field) is extremely important to consider when working from an holistic perspective, because if your environment doesn't support your desire to change then we need to look at ways to counteract this.
How healing is done is in transition! People are taking back the responsibility of their health and wellbeing which is the first step toward empowerment!
I will facilitate processes that give you the opportunity to unlock your healing potential.
My passion is transforming unresolved trauma and facilitating growth through trauma. The trauma can be any life event that was traumatic, PTSD, complex trauma, cancer or another life limiting illness that has consumed your life. AND trauma isn't always what you think it is. You can read my 3 part series on this in my blog here
I specialise in working with trauma, stress reduction, grief and end of life support.
I imagine that recovery to some may be something you can't quite get your head around at the moment and that's ok. My clients are usually people who have suffered the symptoms of trauma for many years and do find it difficult to really trust they can recover. They have also often spent a long time trying to find ways to help themselves.
What is clear from working with many clients is that so many people live their lives with unresolved and more sadly unacknowledged trauma, often living their life in isolation. Often people seek an appointment because of the following reasons.
Mental health issues such as:
* suicidal ideation or attempt; * depression; * PTSD; * anxiety; * panic attacks; * eating disorders; and * addictions of all kinds.
Health issues such as:
* insomnia; *IBS ; * excess weight or loss of weight; * chronic fatigue / exhaustion; * cancer; *auto-immune disorders and * chronic illness of all kinds.
Emotional issues such as:
* overwhelm; * stress; * bullying; * domestic abuse; * feeling unhappy / unsatisfied; and *feeling blocked /stuck in life.
Spiritual issues such as:
* feeling disconnected; * lack of life purpose; * aversion to previous faith; * searching for meaning; and * sense of feeling lost.
I view all of these as symptoms of trauma. Unattended grief or trauma can sit beneath these symptoms.
"Trauma survivors have symptoms instead of memories" (Harvey, M. 1990)