• Group Eco-Therapy


    Nature nurtures and restores. Group eco-therapy sessions designed to get your friends, family or team out in nature to derive the physical, emotional, and mental health benefits it provides. Sessions are limited to 7 persons.

    Duration : 180 MIN

  • Personal Advising


    Advising is process that involves active dialogue and listening. I offer solutions, strategy, and clarity. Personalised advising services delivered in a collaborative, approachable, and judgement-free manner.

    Duration : 60 MIN

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    Wellness Retreat


    Join me on a weekend (Friday evening to Sunday evening) focused on nature-based wellness, restorative healing practices, open-hearted conversations, and cultivating the art of realigning with your heart desires.

    Duration : Weekend TBA

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    Writing for Wellness & Self-Care

    $22.00 $17.00

    What is self-care? Why is it so important? Are you connecting with and nurturing yourself on a daily basis? And how does it manifest in your daily life? This course is an invitation to practice intentional self-care and wellness.

Frequently Asked Questions

Personal Advising differs from coaching in that you receive strategy, advice, and recommendations from an advisor. The approach is collaborative and we brainstorm together and come up with an action plan based on what you decide. I work with you to make this plan a reality, and I make myself available whenever you need me.

Journal therapy, also referred to as writing therapy involves the therapeutic use of journaling exercises and prompts to bring about self-awareness and improve mental health conditions caused by inner and outer conflicts. According to the Center for Journal Therapy, it is the “the purposeful and intentional use of reflective writing to further mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual health and wellness.” 

Mind (2015: 4) describe Ecotherapy as: the name given to a wide range of treatment programmes which aim to improve your mental and physical wellbeing through doing outdoor activities in nature. Connecting with nature in this way can have lots of positive health benefits. For example, ecotherapy can help you manage an existing mental health problem, and could help prevent future periods of ill health, such as an episode of depression. You can use ecotherapy on its own, or alongside other treatments such as talking treatments or medication.

My experience is that people value what they pay for, so I don’t offer free consults. My policy is if you decide to move forward after the initial consultation, I will apply the charge as a discount on the overall cost of service.

The major difference between therapy and personal advising is the focus of the work. Therapy focuses on mental health and emotional healing. It addresses past experiences and even current challenges that affect one’s ability to manage in their day to day. Advising focuses on setting and achieving goals, working towards dreams, planning and forecasting. It is short term in nature and the advisory relationship tends to end when objectives have been attained.

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