I am a Hay House author, a spiritual teacher and a cancer survivor.
When people see me walking down the street they see a rock chick rebel covered in tattoos with wild hair, who’s probably on her way home from an all nighter. And that’s who I used to be…until I got cancer and transformed into somebody else.
Breast cancer was my wake-up call. I had the chance to reassess my whole life, and it wasn’t easy. A period of serious inner reflection, depression and self-analysis ensued. The person I had been before the treatment no longer existed, and the new person I had become needed help to emerge from the trauma she went through.
My cancer journey was one of painful but profound and necessary transformation, self-discovery and true soul healing. Through that self-healing and inner work, I managed to overcome the trauma and struggle of cancer, and by doing so I also managed to let go of all the struggles and issues I had suffered from my whole life. It was the most cathartic experience and it changed me forever. I truly did not think it was possible to feel such peace and self-acceptance and that is why I have now made it my life purpose to share this wisdom with others.
I am a CPCAB (Counselling and Psychotherapy Central Award Body) integrated life coach/counsellor, I am a spiritual teacher, I am a cancer survivor and I am happiness ninja.
My aim is to help other survivors reduce depression and anxiety, alleviate fear and negative thinking, improve lifestyle, increase motivation, and boost mental, emotional, physical ands spiritual health after treatment - whether cancer free or not.
Cancer treatment focused on the disease - I focus on how that impacts the whole person: emotionally, physically, mentally and spiritually.
I offer a safe space to share what’s really going after the treatment is over. I offer the tools and guidance needed to understand and accept the transformation that happens as a consequence of going through the trauma of treatment. I help you navigate the unknown, come to terms with the changes, and make the adjustments needed to truly move on after treatment.