Each of my clients is different, each challenge is unique.
I work with men and women, a cornucopia of nationalities, and all kinds of ages.
Every day I come across an infinite variety changes that people want to make. Below are just a few. None may be the same challenge you face, but I know I can help you:
How do I do what I REALLY want to do?
We all have ambitions to write a novel, start an online retailer, work for a hedge fund, meet someone who makes us laugh, work in the not-for-profit sector, play jazz saxophone, or just make a little difference in the world.
I’ll help you get there, whatever the ambition. Because when you sort your relationship with yourself, dreams suddenly appear a lot more accessible.
How do I find abundance?
Ten years ago, you’d have asked yourself, “How do I get rich?” In the heyday of ‘Rich Dad, Poor Dad’, we were all obsessed with how to make those $$$ materialise. But we’ve changed a bit, social media has no doubt played a part. We don’t just want riches, we want rich experiences – experiences that often aren’t about money at all.
So while I can definitely help you create fiscal abundance, I can also help you create real abundance, the abundance found in real joy. I like to think of it not so much as ‘abundance’ but as ‘A Barn Dance’. I imagine a country hoe-down like in ‘Seven Brides For Seven Brothers’ where the hipster-y check-shirted cowboy dudes sing and dance up a storm. Real abundance is finding a ridiculous joy in life, not just money. It’s possible!
How do I survive family breakdown?
Perhaps one of the darkest and deepest challenges we encounter is the break-up of a family – divorce or separation. And the pain is multiplied many times if children are involved. Because if kids factor, that means lawyers and Courts do too, big time. The web is strangely lacking in resources to help people experiencing family breakdown. Maybe it’s just too dark, too complex. But fear not, I am up for the task of helping you. I understand that issues of finance, custody, material possessions are minefields of angst and trauma. Here, crossing those minefields is again about maintaining a positive relationship with yourself, and then even the lawyer visits and Court appointments – while inevitably a source of apprehension – can be handled and overcome.
How do I find Mr (or Miss) Big?
I liked Sex in the City. It was funny, kooky, sassy, confident. A decade and a bit ago, much of the world tuned into see Carrie looking for her perfect man across Manhattan’s bars and clubs. She found the elusive Mr Big, but then the trick was snaring him for good.
But how do you find and keep the right partner? I’m not a matchmaker or a dating service, but what I can do is help you open up to the possibilities of a new partner. So often – without realising it – we’re so closed off to potential partners…or potential situations where we’d find new partners.
We’ll develop strategies for changing the energy around your social life. And help you find your real-world Big. We’ll have fun. Sure, we’ll do all the spiritual and energy work, but I’ll also be your virtual Wingman, your Graeco-Canadian cheerleader here to share your dating excitement.
How can I survive the break-up?
Breaking up is so very hard to do, said that old song, and it was so very true. We are culturally hardwired to be in a couple, our partner becomes our daily reality, and so surviving a relationship break-up is beyond traumatic.
If you got dumped (sorry to be brutal), your whole self-esteem collapses.
If you forced the break, if you ended it, it’s also only human to feel spectacularly rubbish, unless your partner was an absolute pariah.
I’ll help you through the trauma, and move towards a point where you can start celebrating life again – and crossing the bridge to a new relationship. It’s not an overnight process, but we’ll certainly speed things up a little.
Whatever the issue you have, the dream you can’t reach, the relationship you can’t find, you have to take action. If you keep doing the same thing, the results will never change. So make that move. Take a step towards The Relationship Bridge, a safe crossing from where you you used to be to where you want to be.