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Before I begin on any path of transforming therapy with a client I always discuss, with each individual, how this choice will change their lives. And it will change your life - to realise that you have all the knowledge, energy, power and love within...

The transition from wild woman to wise woman happens in moments from the inside; a vague haze, an emotional inability to express clearly, waves where nothing feels easy. There may be wakeful nights, severe profuse sweating, despair or a sense of foreboding. There is no willing...

From the moment we are born, we are taught to hold on. I believe life is more easily lived, once we learn how to let go. Holding on is entirely against nature. If something is clearly not working for you, give yourself permission to let it...

To Nurture and Nourish is the central theme within home, family and partnership. This essential element needs to be considered foremost when looking at a life in balance, or out of balance, which is often where I come in. To nurture and care is not always basic...

Marriage is not a romantic notion, it is a commitment to a partner for life. Everything else in life we maintain, service or repair without a second thought. Marriage, however, a basis for safety, security, balance and family - we allow to muddle through unattended. Marriage is...

In my career, I have had a unique insight shared by those nannying or minding our children. They have watched as clients walk up the path, heads down, dejected, solemn and sad. They say, 90 minutes later they emerge, like they're walking on air, evidently striding,...

I spent the last 24hrs dancing between moments of madness and absolute bliss. Angelica and I went winter clothes shopping for her yesterday. After three hours she found me between the racks, her ample bra cup positioned on my head, yamaka fashion, with the strap...