My journey of self-development and self-discovery started years ago when I realised I was jumping from one bad relationship to another. I wasn’t happy and I wasn’t treated the way I deserved but I couldn’t understand why.
I kept on repeating the cycle of falling in love with the wrong people until one day enough was enough. That day I decided I was going to dedicate my time to learning as much as possible about relationships and how people work.
My journey began by undertaking a Postgraduate Diploma in Neuroscience at King’s College London. This taught me the science behind building as well as sustaining meaningful relationships, and what makes us behave the way we do.
I then went onto becoming a certified relationship coach and later on joining the International Association of Professional Relationship Coaches.
Last year I also certified as an NLP Practitioner (accredited and approved by the American Board of Neuro Linguistic Programming). I believe in always developing myself so I can offer the best advice possible and as a result I am currently training to become a counsellor.
I have worked with a very diverse range of clients and I am respectful and affirmative of difference as well as diversity related to race, culture, sexuality, gender, faith and physical ability.
My journey began years ago when I realised I was stuck in a continious cycle of attracting the same type of emotionally unavailable partners. My answer to the problem – to learn everything there was to know about love.
I first looked at the brains of people, quite literally, by undertaking a Postgraduate Diploma in Neuroscience at King’s College London in order to understand why men and women act and think the way they do.
I then went onto becoming a certified relationship coach and later joining the International Association of Professional Relationship Coaches.Last year I also qualified as an NLP Practitioner (accredited and approved by the American Board of Neuro Linguistic Programming).