I have a personal daily mindfulness practice that goes back many years, and try to live out my beliefs by exercising regularly (walking, trail running, yoga), and maintaining a wholesome, balanced diet and lifestyle.
I focus on living each day with a sense of openness, curiosity and compassion.
I have been happily married for over 20 years and have two children in their teens. We live together in an old house in a wild garden with our menagerie of dogs, cats and birds, Blondie the SPCA rescue horse and a pot-bellied pig called Eliza Doolittle.
I find great fulfilment in using Mindfulness practice as a means to ease myself and my family through the challenges and demands of 21st century life.
I constantly find myself deeply moved by witnessing my clients’ shifts in awareness towards a greater sense of self-acceptance, integration, competence, balance and harmony in their lives.
As a wife and parent of two teenagers, I find great fulfilment in using Mindfulness practice as a means to ease myself and my family through the challenges and demands of 21st century life.
BA Cultural History and English (UCT)
Postgraduate Diploma in Adult Education (UCT)
BA Hons – Counselling Psychology (UNISA)
Registered Hiking and Mountaineering Guide
Postgraduate certification in Mindfulness-Based Interventions (Stellenbosch University, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences)
Integral Coach (ACC, UCT GSB Centre for Coaching)
Certificate courses in counselling, facilitation and positive parenting