True happiness will present itself once we learn how to deal with our emotions, know our passions, norms and values.
You were born to thrive!
Therapeutic counselling services for humans, utilizing your pet dog, to improve your well being.
Healing Hearts, Rebuilding Lives: Therapeutic Counselling for Overcoming Grief, Bullying, and Trauma.
EQUAL COUNSELLING AND COACHING
Genuine happiness emerges when we acquire the skill of managing our emotions and understanding our personal passions, beliefs, and values. I firmly believe that your purpose is to flourish. Throughout our journey, we encounter challenging periods, but they don't have to last.
Let me join you on your transformative journey towards a new state of freedom, where burdens are lifted, and the core of happiness is generously nurtured.
Believe you can and you’re halfway there
Sailing the river to freedom takes courage and sometimes practice!
It would be my honour to guide you with ropes that can help you
Embrace and speak and about your grief!
Let bullies deal with their own drama
Come to terms with unresolved issues or questions
Claim your self-worth
Connect with your lost norms and values
Find your flow and authentic self
The good news is that there is hope! You now have a choice…
Would you rather keep sailing the toxic river or the river to freedom?
Somatic Attachment Therapy
As part of my integrative therapy style Somatic Attachment Therapy takes a holistic approach to trauma. It defines how our body and mind respond to experiences that disrupts our sense of safety, security, and connection with others. It can stem from early life neglect or heart-wrenching trauma's that have disrupted our vital ties.
The ways we cope with this trauma become ingrained in our lives. These wounds shape how we live, leaving their mark on our thoughts, actions, and interactions.
Anxiety, depression, disconnection, and defensiveness - they are all part of this aftermath.
This approach is increasingly recognized for its effectiveness in addressing trauma and fostering healthier relationships with oneself and others.
In Loving Memory
I am very sad to announce that my co-therapist Chloë is no longer with us. As a registered international therapy dog, she has comforted so many people and has touched many lives in general! She was and still is my inspiration for the work that I do now. I promised her to keep her spirit alive.
She may have died, but my love for her never will!