Psychotherapeutic Counselling & Coachingbe who you were meant to be
From fear to love…
Considering asking for support or entering into any kind of self-development work is a significant step for anyone. It can bring up lots of feelings. However you feel is OK. I am here to support you. Making this choice for yourself is a powerful sign that you are ready for more. You are ready to feel better. You are ready to feel fulfilled, content and confident.
Research tells us that meeting someone in a safe space of non-judgement creates significant change. We feel seen, heard and accepted, and this allows us to show up as who we were always meant to be, before we learned all the (at the time) helpful survival techniques we needed to move through life with all it’s ups and downs. We learned to use what we had available to us at the time, and now we can learn differently, with all the extra resources we have now.
Learning how to feel emotionally safe and how to show up authentically requires compassion, commitment and vulnerability, but the pay off is immeasurable. You get to show up as your most fulfilled and empowered self, and grow your relationships from a place of strength and acceptance.
I invite you to explore the rest of this space using the links at the top of the page or below to find out more about me and how I can support you.
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Helping you create the future you want, in a way that feels graceful and peaceful. A strong container for growth and development which can be combined with counselling for an holistic approach. Learn more
So just wanted to say a massive THANK YOU for what you do, for your work and for being so AWESOME!
You are a remarkable lady with a big warm heart and I am forever grateful for all your help.
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