Who Are You?
People turn to me for so many reasons. You’re someone to whom life has suddenly come crashing down.
- Child, parent or partner, you’ve suffered a loss from which you feel no-one could ever recover.
- You sense an inward potential for spiritual growth.
- Or you’ve simply lost your sense of purpose and you know life has more to offer than you are experiencing.
Loss and bereavement are heart aching and heartbreaking things, and yet within each experience holds the potential for growth.
- You can go on to find new meaning in your life.
- You can recover or discover inner peace and calm.
- You can find the inner strength you didn’t suspect you had.
- You can discover a new life purpose, reinvigorating your life.
It can take time, and as difficult as it may be to hear! It is your choice whether to remain stuck, sad and unhappy, perhaps relying on medication to help you to cope, or whether you become the person you can be – but I can help.
What Do I Need From You?
I need you to engage in the therapeutic process, to be motivated and ready to begin your journey of discovery and recovery and to be sufficiently committed to keeping our appointments.
Between sessions, you can enjoy further benefits from my healing meditations, which you can listen to at home. These meditations are specifically designed to help improve your emotional, mental, physical and spiritual wellbeing even further! You needn’t come to me as a wholehearted believer. All I ask is an openness to fresh ideas and open to the idea of meditation and healing through energy.
Now that you know what I can offer you, it’s only fair that I tell you something about me. The UK has a large number of counsellors who combine bereavement counselling with their other counselling work, but I am one of the few who works solely with those experiencing bereavement and loss and doing so from a spiritual perspective.
My objective is not only to put you back on your feet – to heal you’re suffering – but to change your life in very powerful ways.
What makes it possible for me to do those things?
Simple: I’ve been bereaved, too.
I worked for more than sixteen years in personal development, counselling and therapy but it was the sheer pain and trauma of losing a loved one that showed me the way to change my life and live a new life. I know how difficult it can be. I understand what you have to go through because I’ve been through it before you.
I had to work very hard to find my way to a new life. And so will you. But you’ll have me in your corner, helping you find the way.
When you experience bereavement, you want to feel better. Of course, you do. But don’t stop there.
Make this experience the catalyst for new growth and what will, when the work is over, be a new and – hard as this is to believe – happier life.
I work face-to-face, online and by telephone. Get in touch. Right now, you may feel that your life is over. But let me help you to see that, in fact, it could be just beginning.