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Therapy & Coaching

Resilient Kids
Workshops & 1-2-1
Couple Therapy
Healthy Weight & Exercise Workshops & 1-2-1

People seek help for many different reasons. 

What is the difference between therapy and coaching? 

The major difference between therapy and coaching is the core of the work: therapy focuses on mental health and emotional healing, while coaching focuses on setting and achieving goals. 

With Brain Working Recursive Therapy (BWRT) transformational coaching, the line between therapy and goal setting is intertwined. In order to move forward, we need to address what thoughts, beliefs and behaviour patterns are holding you back. Only then can we progress to the next stage.

I use a variety of different therapies and coaching to help people achieve their goal/s, such as BWRT, clinical hypnosis, mindset techniques, psychology of identity and behaviour and mindfulness. 


Some of the issues we can address :

  • Addictions

  • Allergies

  • Concentration, memory and retrieval

  • Couples & Relationships

  • Eating disorders

  • Energy issues

  • Exams and learning - Educational Performance Programme (EPP)

  • Depression and deep-rooted issues

  • General well-being and relaxation 

  • All types of grief

  • Health issues, such as IBS, endometriosis

  • Insomnia and sleeping difficulties

  • Menopause

  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

  • Chronic pain and pain control, such as arthritis, pre and post operative...

  • Panic and fears

  • Phobias

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

  • Self-esteem and motivation

  • Self healing/self hypnosis

  • Sports and performance

  • Smoking cessation

  • Stress and anxiety

  • Virtual Gastric Band

  • Weight loss issues and management

  • ​Trauma



BWRT® - BrainWorking Recursive Therapy - what is it?

BWRT is a modern neuroscience-based therapy created by Terence Watts, Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine (UK), Member of the City & Guilds Institute of London (UK), Founder of The British Brain Working Research Society, The Terence Watts BWRT Institute and the Essex Institute of Complementary Health. Terence is an international author of 24 books and training manuals. 

Dr Joe Dispenza, is a neurologist, biochemist, an international lecturer, researcher, corporate consultant, author and educator. He has been invited to speak in more than 32 countries on five continents.

People get stuck in the habit circuits of their brain because we are hard-wired for survival and change threatens our fundamental way of being. Understanding how our brain works and how to create sustained change is the basis of all my programmes. 

The brain does not know the difference between fact and fiction. It follows pre-set mind maps that are created in early childhood.

Another amazing facts about the brain is that it does not know the difference between past, present and future. So, we can use this process to create new future mind maps. Thus changing any old, negative thought patterns.

How Trauma Affects our Central Nervous System

The Central Nervous System (CNS) Symphony:

Picture your CNS as a symphony conductor, orchestrating your body's every move and emotion. Yet, trauma disrupts this harmony, leading to a dissonance that echoes through your thoughts and sensations.


Altered Reality:

Trauma rewires your brain, shifting the gears of perception. The amygdala, the emotional processor, can go into overdrive, causing intense reactions. Meanwhile, the prefrontal cortex, your control centre, struggles to manage, leaving decision-making and emotional regulation up in the air.

Ripple Effect:

Trauma's tremors can stretch beyond your mind. Chronic stress can pave the way for physical health battles like heart issues and immune system imbalances, while your mental landscape may be clouded by anxiety, depression, and PTSD.

The Healing Overture: 

HOWEVER your CNS is resilient, capable of reconnecting. With the right therapy you can rewire those neural pathways and harmonise your internal rhythm - even with severe PTSD.

Nervous System responding to Trauma
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