Calling all open-minded parents! Do you want to end temper tantrums? In this course, discover the secrets to developing a cooperative home environment where your child will respect and listen to you.
This course is for all open-minded parents that want to end temper tantrums and discover the secrets to developing a cooperative home environment where your child will respect and listen to you... Read more >
Every journey is different and there is no “one size fits all” path to transformation. I want everyone to feel acknowledged and validated, so I always invest the time to understand your unique situation, to build trust and create a safe space for us to successfully work together.
Together we will build a trusting relationship and create a safe space for your child to make sense of sad, angry, painful, and confusing feelings and thoughts towards more agreed positive outcomes.
Asking for help is not a weakness! We all encounter difficult times at some point in our lives due to societal norms, our culture, upbringing, and our own expectations. Talking to a trained professional will make a huge difference to your health, happiness, and productivity. I offer psychotherapy treatment for people of all ages, gender, and backgrounds.
When someone in the family has a mental health problem or illness, it affects the entire family’s dynamics and behaviours and sometimes parents and other family members don’t really know how to support them…or themselves. Can you relate? A happy and connected family is possible and I can help you to bridge the gap from frustration to fun.
40% of students experience exam stress and anxiety. It is real and I see it working as a school counsellor. This blog post will share some ways for children to manage that exam stress.
Encouraging a child's imagination through imaginative play fosters emotional regulation, problem-solving skills, and social development. Support your child's creativity by providing time, space, and unstructured activities to explore their imagination.
Parent coaching and therapy can greatly benefit families by improving communication, understanding, and relationships. By addressing family dynamics, intergenerational trauma, relationship problems, and mental health, families can develop new coping strategies and enhance their overall well-being. This collaborative process, guided by a professional psychotherapist, ultimately leads to a more harmonious family environment.