My informal education includes managing a retreat centre in New Zealand, being an active member of a holistic community in Australia, living and meditating in an ashram in India, and being a mother to two amazing children.
I have participated in numerous workshops, seminars, and trainings, leading to both personal growth and professional development. I see this growth and development as an ongoing process and I enjoy the learnings I gain from my continuing education.
I have been involved in the fields of psychology and holistic health for 30 years. I have travelled extensively and lived in various parts of the world, enriching my education, experience, and appreciation of people and their varying life situations.
I enjoy being a mother to my two children, appreciating both the chal-lenges and joys of parenthood. My experience in motherhood has led me to become further attuned to people’s needs, nicely augmenting my thera-peutic work with clients.
For me, working as a therapist is both a privilege and an honour. I love what I do for a living and this love inspires me to seek out and practice therapeutic techniques that allow me to connect authentically with clients and to deeply support them in their process.