Here are some of the answers to questions potential clients have asked me before meeting with me. I have kept the answers as short as possible. If you have a question feel free to ask it here. After you have clicked the link you will be taken to my contact page where you can send me an email with your question.
Q: Why do you love your job?
A: I love my job because I care about people and it is amazing to see them transform their lives as we work together. My care is genuine. Within minutes of speaking to someone for the first time I can quickly sense their potential and I love and am deeply passionate about, helping my clients to develop theirs.
Q: What is your core message to anyone wanting to work with you?
A: That you (my potential client) have the awesome ability to overcome everything and anything in this life. You don’t have to settle for habits or thoughts and feelings that no longer serve you.
Q: What do you think the world needs more of?
A: That list is long. Firstly, right now, what we need are more compassionate leaders in business and politics. Secondly, I feel that we need to stop drawing distinctions between men and women and get the right person for the job rather than focusing on race, gender, and the like. Thirdly, we need to understand the nature of ‘love’ to a greater degree. I am not a fan of the word ‘tolerate’ – I don’t know anyone who wants to be tolerated. People want to feel accepted, not ‘put up’ with. Finally, I think we need more, real transformation on every level of society.
Q: What is your response when someone has something negative to say about alternatives therapies.
A: To be honest with you I was never a great believer in alternative therapies. However, over the years alternative therapies have come into their own and in some instances are now more highly favoured and sort after than traditional therapies. I advise everyone to keep an open mind and to do their homework on potential solutions, such as Hypnotherapy.
Q: What is your background?
I have been a Life Coach for over 20 years. I started out working with children and young adults. In 2001 I had the good fortune to be accepted to a course in Los Angeles, U.S.A after which I worked with young people from the age of 12 to 21. I went on to work with older people but still mentored young adults. Currently I work with creative professionals, from all over the world. I love the diversity of my work. In 2016 I studied with one of the U.Ks top therapists and gained my certification as a Clinical Hypnotherapist and went on to become a member of the National Council of Psychotherapists.