My journey, has lead me to you, and you to me..


I look back now and recall days where I would either be surfing the emotional waves, or climbing a mountain, and carry everything, including the kitchen sink.

We carry such a lot, not knowing how to lighten our burdens. Personally, I would say, that the road to acceptance is the toughest journey, which you will take through grief. Two of the reasons I found were:-

1) Because you don’t want to let go. My grief was a comfort blanket, which I refused to put down. I felt like I was abandoning my loved ones.

2) Because you don’t know how to let go.  I couldn’t find anyone to help me, who had first hand experience. Sure they had knowledge, but I want to know that you have walked a day in my shoes, warts and all. I wanted to speak to someone who had felt this overwhelming sharp pain, that left me breathless and weak. 

By the way, when I talk of acceptance, I’m not implying that life goes back to normal. It can’t, your normal has now taken on a new look. It’s more about being able to manage the feeling of Grief, to be able to grieve, but to have a balanced approach. Especially within our thinking, where we recognise that our lives are different, completely changed, permanently changed, and then allowing ourselves to create a new normal, a new you. 

This is where my experience can help you. Let me take your hand, where I can support and guide you along this winding path using my methods which reflect your individual needs, as an expert who has walked the road of grief. 

I will put together a bespoke package to suit your needs. We are all unique, that’s why I won’t follow a “one size fits all” approach, it’s all about you, from where you are, to where you need to be. We all deal with trauma differently.