• Assessments are essential to guide both client and therapist into creating the best treatment plan.
      TRE ®: Tension Releasing Exercises  (Body therapy)

  • A phenomenal breakthrough in the world of trauma- stress therapy. TRE  ® includes a set of simple exercises that evoke a natural tremor in the body. This can release  trapped tension and trauma symptoms. This body therapy can stand alone or can work well in conjunction with individual therapy such as QEC
  • TRE ® is a body-centered therapy that allows you to explore and heal from past stressful experiences without having to re-experience them on a cognitive level.
  • TRE ® is a natural method of relaxation that is a self-empowering, healing tool. Once learnt safely, many people practice by TRE ® themselves. It can also be done in groups increasing the number of people that can be helped at once. For more information: or


 QEC (Quantum Energy Coaching)

  • This is a simple and effective coaching method that alters limiting thoughts and beliefs at the subconscious level and releases stress/tension/trauma from the body. It is based in neuroscience and uses the Gestalt principle of Holism. QEC believes that we have an innate ability to heal ourselves, but through our limiting beliefs we create blockages, mentally and physically which interfere with healing. If we remove these blockages the body heals itself. 


     Other therapy options.
  • I offer a range of Integrative therapy options including 12 step therapy  for all addictions;  Motivational Interviewing, Relapse Prevention, Family systems, Trauma therapy. My approach is holisitic so I will work with you to form the best treatment plan for you or our family.
  • Supervision of professionals working in the addiction/trauma field. This is an extremely important part of working in a highly stressful field. It is essential that counsellors and recovery assistants have a safe, and confidential space to offload in order to prevent burnout. Increasing your knowledge of working in safe ways with clients is another aspect of supervision.

"The end may be in sight, but today's path is all I really have.

                                                              Let me make the most if it."