I am a firm believer in the intrinsic interaction between mind and body. I have experienced it myself in my daily life, and I have witnessed it in the lives of others. The processes of the mind and body are interdependent and inter-related, so my holistic approach is concerned with all aspects of my client's life; my coaching style considers the whole person.
My mindfulness philosophy and pain reprocessing training promote the type of awareness where I show my clients how to pay attention to their thoughts and feelings - teaching them how to process difficult and uncomfortable emotions. It is in fact these emotions that cause and perpetuate pain. I have a curious, experiential, and experimental mind set and through my own journey of pain I have identified the power of listening to my inner voice and trusting my intuition, both key ingredients for helping my clients achieve fulfilment and success.
This area of work has always held a special interest for me as I have been personally affected by the debilitating effects of chronic pain; helping my husband Wayne recover from neuroplastic pain himself.
I am a certified Pain Reprocessing Therapist and Pain Recovery Coach.
Some coaches focus on cognitive work, while others focus on emotional work. My holistic approach to chronic, persistent pain covers every aspect of my client's life. I combine all my coaching skills and style with pain reprocessing therapy to teach people how to not only decrease their pain, but to heal their bodies. I help my clients understand the unique connection between the mind and body, and then teach them how to put into practice very specific tools and techniques which allow them to break the pain cycle they are locked into. I know how transformative this work is myself and being able to help people return to the pain free lives they once had is truly amazing!
You can read more about my experience of neuroplastic pain here Blog