You Are Not Alone - how can I help?
Grief does not respect a person’s age, colour, race or background, it affects us all!
Talking about frustrations and perceived threat’s, is a major weapon in defeating anger
One of the most severe illnesses people are suffering from today is loneliness
Married, or living separately, relationships are not easy!
Fear enslaves us. Through talking, we find freedom
- Accredited Counsellor
- Qualified Life Coach
- ACCPH - Senior Member
Welcome to The Gap
My passion is to come alongside side people and to help them overcome their 'difficulty', so they may have a 'hope' and a 'purpose' for their life. I consider the opportunity to journey with people from their place of 'pain', to being 'healed', to be a real privilege.
At all times, I aim to demonstrate a genuine warmth and empathetic attitude towards my clients. It has often been said that my non-judgmental nature has enabled clients to feel immediately at ease during therapy. Therefore, my intention is to create an environment that gives you the freedom to share openly, without any fear of feeling judged, criticised or ashamed.
If you would like to talk in confidence, please contact me today on:
UK +44 7917 819 375
Seeing a world, whereby every human being, locally and globally, experiences freedom within oneself, by discovering and fulfilling, their unique purpose in life.
You were born with a purpose; our mission is to help you: Seek it! Find it! Live it!... Dare to be YOU!
Talk and Change
In my experience:
In my 10 years of experience, I have been privileged to work alongside both men and women, to help them overcome their issues. What has become increasingly noticeable is that men are faced with as many challenges as women, yet we are not encouraged to express our frustrations and fears openly.
The myth is: Men should always handle their problems alone; In other words: Man up!
As a man, I lived up to the expectations of displaying my bravado to cover my personal problems. Yet, deep within me, I longed to share my issues with a friend whom I could trust. Although I had friends around me whom I could speak to on a general level, my heart cry was to share more deeply, but this never came. The response being, I was forced to tackle situations on my own. This resulted in more loneliness, including suicidal thoughts, and thus, enforcing my belief that; I was alone Therefore, this became my desire that men should not feel alone. I have learnt that through creating a safe space, men as well as women, can open up and talk.