I live in the UK with three beautiful children. What makes me a great coach? I believe that my most beneficial training has been life itself. A traumatic childhood turned into my teen years and twenties spent battling addictions, depression, self harm, destructive behaviour and great self-loathing. I became a mother twice by the age of 19 with just a few GCSE’s behind me and spent countless hours going through therapy and counselling that simply didn’t work for me. I was lost, I felt alone and apart from self-medicating, I did not know what to do. Having conquered active alcoholism, I am now living joyfully, purposefully and meaningfully with a passion to help other people suffering the debilitating disease of alcoholism to achieve sobriety and ultimately freedom.
How did I get to where I am now? By taking control of my life and realising that I am the only one that can!
My experiences allow me to see people as they deserve to be seen. I am grateful for my past because it has created an empathy that I would not have developed, had it not been so hard. I see beauty and potential in everyone. I see people for the true, unique and wonderful souls that they are. I see you without judgement or opinion. I am no more than you, I am no less than you. My biggest wish for anyone is for them to come to the point where they can look in the mirror and say “yes I love you,” and to wake up each morning with a smile because the day ahead of them is filled with hope and to go to bed each night peaceful in the knowledge they are on the right path.
I work from a holistic, intuitive and spiritual viewpoint, and the work I do is based around awareness of self, mindfulness and a consciousness that we are all here for a reason. Therefore, whenever I work with clients, I come from my heart centre so that I can meet people to the best of my ability at the level we are connected.
I very much look forward to meeting with you.