Counselling/ Psychotherapy:

Effective counselling reduces confusion, allowing you to make effective decisions leading to positive changes in your attitude and/or behaviour. Counselling is not advice-giving and is not acting on someone else’s behalf (these are more the roles of a life coach). The ultimate aim of counselling is to enable you to make your own choices, reach your own decisions & go forward with a greater sense of clarity & well-being


Hypnotherapy is a type of complementary medicine in which hypnosis is used to create a state of focused attention and increased suggestibility during which positive suggestions and guided imagery are used to help individuals deal with a variety of concerns and issues. These can include weight management, smoking, anxiety, phobias & more


Mindfulness is the psychological process of bringing one’s attention to experiences occurring in the present moment, which one can develop through the practice of meditation and through other training

Vision Board classes:

Vision boards are wonderful tools used to help clarify, concentrate and maintain focus on specific life goals. Literally, a vision board is any sort of board on which you display images that represent whatever you want to be, do or have in your life. Guidance is given in how to focus your attention & connect images in a meaningful way according to your goals.

Food Therapy classes:

Food as Therapy:  Direct connections can be made between how we feel and what we eat, between mood and food. Health guidelines would have us believe that eating well is primarily about nutrition. Not true. Eating well is primarily about preparing the right food for how you happen to be feeling. This is a tool that inspires you to make and then act on this link.

Creative Writing Classes:

Much of the research on writing and happiness deals with “expressive writing,” or jotting down what you think and how you feel. Even blogging “undoubtedly affords similar benefits” to private expressive writing in terms of therapeutic value. Expressive writing has also been linked to improved mood, well-being, and reduced stress levels for those who do it regularly.