Resolve trauma and transform positively

Matrix Re-Imprinting

Matrix re-imprinting can help a range of issues such as emotional, psychological issues, physical and diseased conditions. Issues relating to guilt, fear, depression, anger, and emotional baggage.

Matrix Re-imprinting enables you to get to the core of the issue to then transform them through unblocking memories and preconscious thoughts. This technique quickly resolves trauma and transforms negative beliefs connected to those memories.

Core beliefs including: I’m not good enough, I don’t deserve to be happy, I never have enough Money, I’m a victim, I’m guilty, I can’t do it, I’m unlovable, I’m always unwell

Just to mention a few.

In the Matrix, you don’t deny something happened in your life, you simply reset the memory and your subconscious takes on the new memory. Whilst in the Matrix you get to say and do the things you would have liked to have said done when the event happened. It has a powerful healing effect.

Karl Dawson who is one of only 29 EFT masters worldwide is the creator of this technique. Relatively new and taking EFT to the next level, matrix re-imprinting took Karl over 7 years to develop and has been producing some outstanding results. Major changes for some in just one session!
Relax and get back your focus


We all lead busy lives, and today’s stresses can play havoc on our bodies. Research has shown that a deep meditation of 20 minutes can be equivalent to 7 hours of a good nights sleep. Meditation benefits your body not only with relaxation, peace and happiness, but can reduce toxins in your body, strengthen your immune system and can even lower blood pressure!

First thing first, there are many types of meditation, so you will need to find one that suits you. They all involve making sure you get comfortable, close your eyes, and concentrate on breathing. The main three types of meditation are: Focused attention, Mindfulness and effortless transcending.

Techniques on how to deliver meditation are: Guided Meditation, Mantra Meditation, Metta Meditation, Mindfulness Meditation, Qigong, Taoist, Transcendental Meditation, Vajrayana, Vipassana Meditation, Yoga Meditation and Zen Meditation.

Do a bit of research to see which type of meditation is of interest to you.

It’s hard to speculate when meditation came about but Hindu meditation (Dhyana) in written records from around 1500BC has been found and also in 6BC from Taoist China and 5DC for Buddhist India. The growth of meditation expanded during the middle ages through to Japanese Buddhism, Jewish and Eastern Christians. Meditation has been researched and with the multitude of benefits it can bring, one can only see why it is still a popular method of body, mind and soul healing method.

Unlocking Your Future Potential

Life Coaching

Know what you want in life and live a more positive life

Life coaching helps people break negative belief patterns so they can act more decisively, set clear goals, and achieve more in life. Maximum encouragement is given.

Life coaching is like having a personal guide for your life’s journey. I help you identify your goals, overcome obstacles, and make meaningful changes. It’s a collaborative, forward-thinking approach, with me asking insightful questions to prompt self-discovery. I offer support, encouragement, and tools to foster personal growth. Unlike therapy, it’s not about healing past wounds but focusing on your potential to create the future you desire.

Life coaching is a relatively recent phenomenon, primarily evolving in the late 20th century. Its roots trace back to various influences, including psychology, business, and sports coaching. Thomas Leonard is often credited with popularising it in the 1980s. Life coaching focuses on future potentials rather than past problems, encouraging personal and professional development. Today, it’s globally recognised, with professional standards and accreditation bodies to ensure ethical practices.

Discovering Clarity Within


Think of counselling as a safe, judgement-free zone. It’s a process where we sit together and discuss the problems you’re dealing with. This ‘talk therapy’ gives you the chance to voice your thoughts, be heard, and see things from a different angle. All the while, everything we share stays confidential. Ultimately, counselling helps you find clarity and understand the challenges you’re facing in a whole new light.

When you join our session, just bring an open mind and a willingness to share and take in new ideas. It’s all confidential and judgment-free. Picture it as a heart-to-heart chat – you share your thoughts, and I offer different viewpoints that might spark those “aha” moments. But remember, it’s not a quick fix. We often suggest pairing this with our EFT techniques to better navigate your emotions. Usually, 3-6 sessions do the trick, but it’s really all about your pace and comfort.
Counselling, a form of talk therapy, has roots in ancient civilisations where spiritual leaders provided guidance. It evolved through Sigmund Freud’s psychoanalysis in the late 19th century. The 20th century saw further development with person-centred approaches by Carl Rogers, and cognitive therapies by Aaron Beck. Today, it’s a respected profession, providing a confidential, judgement-free space to help individuals navigate life’s complexities and enhance mental wellbeing.

Inviting Change, Maintaining Control


Imagine hypnosis as a switch that alters your awareness level, boosting relaxation and focus. It’s also known as hypnotherapy, usually guided by a healthcare expert using repetitive words and vivid imagery. During this, most folks feel incredibly calm. Hypnosis opens up your mind to change, without losing control. It’s a handy tool if you’re keen on changing certain behaviours, managing anxiety or dealing with pain.

Before we dive in, we’ll chat about what’s going on with you and what you’d like to work on. I’ll explain how hypnosis works. Don’t worry, it’s not like in the movies or stage shows. You won’t lose control or awareness. In fact, most people remember everything from the session.

Hypnosis dates back to ancient times, seen in healing practices of Greece, Egypt, and India. It formally emerged in the 18th century through Franz Mesmer’s controversial ‘animal magnetism’. James Braid coined ‘hypnosis’ in the 19th century, debunking mesmerism and laying scientific groundwork. Milton Erickson advanced the practice in the 20th century, emphasising therapeutic use. Today, hypnosis is recognised as a useful tool for behaviour change and managing conditions like pain and anxiety.

An integrated approach

I blend various services like counselling, hypnotherapy, life coaching, and EFT for a truly holistic approach. Picture it as a puzzle – each treatment is a piece that fits together, creating a complete picture of well-being. By combining these services, I can address your needs from different angles. This integrated approach is designed for better, more lasting results. It’s all about focusing on you as a whole to help you thrive.


Take that leap, live better.

If you’re ready to relieve stress and create real change in your life, you’ve come to the right place.