Brainspotting Therapist and Coach

Rewire your Neural Pathways to Work for You – Not Against You

 

Life can often throw obstacles in your path. You might have experienced abuse and trauma that affects your self-worth, ability to trust, relationships, and health. You might be going through a challenging divorce, have challenging relationships at work, or struggle to find your purpose. You might have had some setbacks that have now led to performance anxiety.

Our coaching sessions will allow you to express your emotions, desires, and stresses freely.  We will strive together to build you up and reach your true potential.   

I believe in focusing on what is going right, your strengths and your resilience.

My goal is to educate, guide and empower you to enable you to improve your wellbeing, achieve your goals, and improve your relationships.

Latest Blog Articles

I am a shell of what I once was

I am a shell of what I once was

Suzanne had been at the height of her career when she met her ex-husband, Mark. She felt like she had finally made it. She was loved by many and had financial security. On the other hand, Mark had just retired from a lucrative finance job. When they met, Mark was...

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The Behaviour Sleuths Investigate…Pet Loss

The Behaviour Sleuths Investigate…Pet Loss

In this series of the Behaviour Sleuths we investigate pet loss. If you have experienced pet loss or may be preparing to lose a pet, please join us to discuss research, personal experiences and resources. Episode 1 In this first episode join us as Monica shares...

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I just wanted to be loved

I just wanted to be loved

Elizabeth sat on her therapist’s couch, trying to answer questions about her life as a teenager.  She had dabbled in drugs, ran away, used men for her own ends and chronically shoplifted.  Elizabeth was nothing like that now.  Currently, she was a successful lawyer...

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I am always angry, and I hate it

I am always angry, and I hate it

Andrew walked through the busy streets of Hong Kong, waiting for someone to bump into him.  As he walked through Central, people would look at their phones as they walked into him.  He tried not to get angry, but the tension would build until he would snap and...

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You Don’t Need to Suffer in Silence

You Don’t Need to Suffer in Silence

Mark came from a prominent yet abusive family.  He often felt agitated and angry at the world and everyone in it.  He needed help but was concerned about privacy and exposure.  He had heard that therapy and coaching were private and confidential, yet he was still...

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Come as you are – the beauty of online mental health

Come as you are – the beauty of online mental health

Aria had just hit crash.  She had worked five twelve-hour days in a row.  She felt like she could barely lift her arms and legs.  She lay there in complete brain fog, unable to do anything.  Aria had become a bit of a workaholic to avoid the emotional pain she felt...

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