December 18, 2019

End of year reflection 2019

Coming to the end of another year often conjures up a reflective state in most people.  People have tendencies to look back over their year and consider all of the things they would do differently, encapsulating feelings of regret and guilt saying “what if’s and I should have….”.  However, given recent events in which I’ve…

June 16, 2017

Five Life Lessons I’ve Learnt in my 30’s

Moving out of my 20’s was a pretty big deal for me.  I was entering a stage where ‘things get real’, increased responsibility, accountability, and dare I say it – having to grow up! The five things I have learnt so far in my 30’s which I didn’t practice or understand fully in my 20’s…

December 13, 2016

Coming to the end of a year… let’s take stock

As we approach the ending of 2016, I often find myself reflecting back over my year and taking stock of clients I have worked with and more importantly what I have learnt. This year in particular it has struck home to me that nothing is forever, endings come in many shapes and forms and it…

December 6, 2016

Wallace Booth – Pro Golfer

Be part of something exciting, shares available to purchase A very talented, young, charismatic gentleman contacted me over a year ago looking for assistance with his focus on the golf course, developing his mind set and developing his resilience. Listening to Wallace unfold his background story about himself, his golf and his dreams, it became…

April 26, 2015

Males, Anorexia and Side Effects

Unlike general societal perceptions, anorexia is not a disease that exclusively affects women. Anorexia is indeed not gender biased—the National Institute of Mental Health recently reported that over one million males struggle with eating disorders. Men currently account for as many as 25% of cases of anorexia and bulimia. Sadly, men tend to seek treatment…

April 8, 2015

The Debate of “The Selfie”

“Hang on…let me take a selfie” What are your views on the phenomenon of “The Selfie”, can it be seen as being over confident and self obsessive? Or a portrayal of that persons lack of self-esteem?  Is it a mask to the outside world conveying a “picture perfect” life and lifestyle? Or does it hold…

March 26, 2015

Launch of Mental Health Sports Initiative

Sports bodies are signing up to the Mental Health Charter for Sport and Recreation to help remove stigma and prejudice around mental health A network of major sporting bodies will stand side by side with the Deputy Prime Minister today to commit to blowing the whistle on mental health discrimination in sport. For the first…

March 5, 2015

Welcome to my new website

A new year brought with it a new website!  I hope you like the new look site, which is designed to be clearer and much easier to read on different sized screens.

February 10, 2015

Weight Loss & Food Management

This is a subject I feel very passionate about and therefore specialise in If you have finally decided to take the bull by the horns and seriously look at your eating habits and get your eating in control then I can certainly help you with this. The word “Diet” invokes many feelings, it can suggest…