I’ve built my career on a strong foundation in therapeutic development, enriched by hands-on coaching experience in the non-profit sector. My passion for continuous learning has led me to accumulate over 150 hours in Continuing Professional Development (CPD) in Addiction Therapy and innovative walking therapy techniques.
My expertise in drug and alcohol counseling is backed by a Level 3 qualification, enabling me to effectively tackle these specific issues. Additionally, I’ve expanded my skills through the CEVAS Therapeutic Farm Course, transforming our farm into a healing sanctuary.
On the academic front, I’ve earned a Diploma in Hypnotherapy, an introductory qualification in Counselling Skills, and a Level 4 Diploma in Counselling Skills and Theory. I’m currently on the brink of completing a comprehensive three-year Pluralistic Counselling course, after which I will receive my Professional Diploma in Psychotherapeutic Counselling (Prof: Dip Psy C).
Looking ahead, I’m excited about hosting a webinar with OXLEP on ‘neurodiversity in leadership’ next year, a topic that resonates with my commitment to inclusive and understanding leadership. My role as an ADHD Clinical Services Provider (ADHD-CCSP) further reflects my dedication to addressing diverse mental health needs and fostering a more inclusive environment in the professional world.