Let go of painful experiences
so you can be open to new ones.
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Honour the memory of your loved one by living well.
Cancer is an extraordinary experience.
Turn it into an extraordinary life.
Learn to let go of the pain and live well
Sometimes, life hits us hard. Life-changing events can destabilise us and life feels rocky, messy and sometimes overwhelming. It could be cancer and other illnesses, the death of someone significant, losing a job or going through a divorce/break-up.
Like many people, I’ve experienced all of these life-changing events and up until 2012, I didn’t know how to handle the emotional and mental aftermath. Many people mistakenly think they are ‘depressed’ when they are in fact grieving because their life has changed in a major way. Most of the advice we get is practical and intellectual. Emotional support does happen in the form of helplines and support groups but while these are helpful in give you support and reassurance, they don’t necessarily teach you how to let go of the pain or to be free of the heartache going forward.
I specialise in teaching people how to cope when they are overwhelmed. So I can help you and equip you with the know-how and tools that will help you “let go” so that you can live the life you want. Click on the links below for more information.
I’m delighted to be working in partnership with Madeline Paterson of Symmetry Coaching and Christina Conroy of Coralesce Ltd on a new venture – Walk with Purpose. Walk with Purpose provides individual and group led walks facilitated by a personal coach, on the beautiful Isle of Wight. We cover life-change themes such as divorce, bereavement and […]
Have you finished your treatment for cancer? Are you feeling exhausted, confused or low? The cancer experience is an extraordinary one and once the treatment is over, you can find yourself lost because you feel different but you can’t quite put your finger on what exactly is wrong. This 2-day workshop is designed for you […]
Are you a professional, parent, volunteer or carer who works with, or is training to work with, children and young people? If so, it won’t surprise you that 1 child in every 4 suffers with stress and anxiety. This course is designed specifically for you so that you can help children and young people deal […]