As I lived my life I kept noticing that there were certain things that triggered particular behaviours and responses and that they weren’t helpful; quite the opposite. I didn’t know why I reacted the way I did, and afterwards, I would justify it to myself, often making it about other people’s issues and behaviour.
In relationships, I noticed that I was seeing the same outcomes and they weren’t the outcomes I wanted.
I justified it all.
A friend of mine suggested therapy, which initially I dismissed. After all, “it’s just the way I am”, and “I’ve always been that way”, but I went along and those sessions started a shift in me. I made changes in my life, I saw the world in a different, more helpful way.
Later I trained with the Quest Institute, under the founder of Cognitive Hypnotherapy Trevor Silvester, recognised internationally as one of the leading Hypnotherapy schools.
I started to understand and apply the work to my own life. I began to appreciate what others were offering me, what I had to offer others, who I was, and what I could be. I had greater clarity and understanding. I dealt with the unhelpful narratives I had about myself.
If you’d like to read what others who have already worked with me have thought about the process and results then have a look at my Testimonials. Currently, I work online and you may feel that online is not for you – however, you might be surprised at what it offers. Is it different from in-person work? Yes. It’s no less effective though.
I will be returning to in-person work so please contact me if you’re interested in working face to face.
I am fully qualified and insured for therapy and coaching. I am registered with the National Council for Hypnotherapy (NCH).