If you’ve clicked on this page then perhaps you’re interested to know a little about who I am and the work I offer.
Transformational education, coaching and healing have been the basis of my work for more than 30 years.
I’m a published author of articles printed in magazines in the United Kingdom. Plus I’ve had the opportunity to co-create two books; one with participants in a particular program. And one with workers on a project designed to record an Indigenous story.
However, it hasn’t always been like this. Growing up in domestic violence I saw my mother’s lack of choices and the impact that had on her and her children. Of course, that’s how it was for women of her generation. Unfortunately, I repeated the patterns of abuse and was initially attracted to violent relationships as well. One part of me knew I had to do something different. Only I had no idea how to go about that change.
It took a serious health crisis in my early twenties for me to wake up enough to begin the process of growing and healing. The second health scare came in my early thirties and by now the commitment to heal and grow became a vital part of my life.
A search now began to find out how to turn my life around. I was fortunate to study with and be mentored by some of the greatest teachers of our time. I honour each of them for all they shared with me and for all that I learnt in my quest to create a meaningful life.
What a journey it has been. It’s had all the usual ups and downs. The highs and the lows. The joy and the sadness. There have been many tears. And many celebrations. And yet for all the challenges and growing pains that have been experienced, I wouldn’t trade that journey for anything.
The reality is that life wants us to grow. If we’re not growing we’re dying in frustration and with a secret yearning for something more.