Firstly I'd like to welcome you to my page and thank you for taking the time to visit and find out more. This is where I would like to tell you a little more about myself.
Some years back now I began to have an increasing interest in physical and mental wellbeing. This was initially triggered when I found myself trying to rebuild myself after a destructive relationship. I initially turned to self help books, alternative therapies and spiritualism. This then led to a developing interest in metaphysics, psychology and new thought philosophy. I am fascinated with how the brain works and how our thoughts really do affect our whole lives. What is clear is that the physical body and the brain affect each other. One never works without impacting the other so we need to ensure both are balanced and working to their best ability together.
In 2011 I joined Virgin Atlantic as cabin crew. I still fly now part time around my therapy work. This job has meant not only have I got to travel the world and experience so much life has to offer, but the really great thing it has given me is all the people I have got to meet. I have met people from all walks of life and it quickly made me realise that most of us face challenges at some point in life where we need some help and guidance to get us through these things. Anxiety being a big one and fears another. I realised how important it is for people to face these things head on so we can take control and not allow them to control us. I then took the decision to pursue my naturally found interests and do a diploma In psychotherapy so i could qualify and then be able to put my skills into use helping others.
Soon after I trained further and started working with victim support a charity that works alongside the police. I supported victims of crime who were effected emotionally and mentally from the crimes they had been subjected to.
Over recent years I have always continued to follow my passions and continually build upon my knowledge. So how did I come across BWRT I'm sure your wondering? Well one day I was talking to another therapist about the latest discoveries in the therapy world and that's when I was first introduced to BWRT, of course I then had to find out more and from that point I have never looked back.
I decide to train and qualify as a practitioner after hearing such great things about the therapy and how unique and fantastic it was. They were not wrong, since working with this therapy and seeing the amazing results first hand in such a short space of time it led me to make the decision to solely work with this therapy and focus on helping those with fears, phobias anxiety and stress.