There may come a time in our life when we really don’t know what to do. Or, where to go next in our career, relationships, business, or spiritual life. I help people find the root cause of their issues. Then, I write a programme for them to achieve what they want to change. Here is the thing; I don’t actually change anything for them. I guide people to do the inner work they need in order to create their own changes. People create their own changes. My expertise is to help people like you. I do this by deeply listening to their problems, goals, wishes, and plans. I then develop a unique programme of inner work exercises, homework steps, and by prescribing therapeutic techniques.
QCH Change Therapist
QCH Change Therapist
As a qualified and insured Quest Cognitive Hypnotherapist Master Practitioner (QCH Therapist) means I am trained in a number of therapeutic techniques like: Hypnosis, Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT - sometimes called tapping), Eye Movement Integration (EMI x), Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), Parts Reintegration. To name just a few. I also use my experience and training as a registered nurse and specialist practitioner to help people achieve success. My training in Counselling Skills, Health Education, Health Psychology, Health Promotion, and the Management of Common Mental Health problems like anxiety and depression, all add up to a powerful therapeutic knowledge and skills base at your disposal.
From a very young age I have been connected to what we might call the Divine. I remember what I would now call, inner conversations with it. Experiences of its warmth and encouragement. Hours in the country side of my youth exploring the trees and the Divine within. I had a truly idyllic countryside up brining until I really enter into religion. Then things changed. I understand first hand the damage that organised religion can do sometimes to human spirituality. The rule of law can be more important than human experience. Threats of damnation and excommunication to control Spirit filled souls. Training for ordination in the Catholic Church has taught me many things. I have studied anthropology, religion, spiritual exercises, philosophy and theology. Meeting others along my way, I have been exposed to many different spiritual traditions and go by this saying: ‘A person rooted in their Way, is open to all ways!’ I help people heal from the trauma, physical and psychological, that can be experienced from religious traditions.