I have 25 years of experience in psychotherapy and counselling, specializing in post trauma therapy. I work as a corporate therapist and private psychotherapist.
As a therapist in the professional and corporate world, I have supported people from all walks of public life such as; entrepreneurs, C-level executives, directors, actors, sports personalities, doctors, and lawyers.
Many of them have been through a gradual build up of stresses that have become overwhelming or they have had a traumatic life event that has caused them to feel entirely broken to the point where they don’t recognize themselves or their lives.
I have helped people understand the direct correlation between what we do not attend to, and the energy that it takes to keep it silent, and how redirecting this energy in the opposite direction leads to positivity and resilience never felt before.
All of this became much more personal for me when I experienced trauma in my own life as a victim of assault, and I suffered from post-traumatic stress.
I felt humiliated and guilty that I had been in a situation that was not good for my children and me, and I was tormented by negative and harsh thoughts.
Having realized I was never going to recover if I didn’t stop this inner brutality of thought, I decided to do the exact opposite; to be kind to myself, in the face of everything that was painful and difficult.
I saved every piece of energy I had to recover, and made the decision that this would not beat me, define me or haunt me for the rest of my life.
My recovery sped up, and transformed my relationship with myself and notably my business. Incorporating kindness has opened me to more possibilities than I thought possible, and life is so much more fulfilling, experiencing assurance and solidarity to myself.
However difficult it was I couldn’t help but have a growing consciousness that I was getting to see trauma from the inside.
This is how Kindness Incorporated was born.
I recognized how developing a kind and companionable relationship to oneself could restore the people I was working with from the disabling effects of trauma, stress, and depression.
I witnessed them successfully overcome private turmoil and regain their lives both personally, as well as in their work. This is the magic science of kindness; it transforms people.
I am passionate about sharing this method preventatively, to avoid the gradual build up of stresses, and the insidious growth of inner brutality that can lead to loss of identity, livelihood, and relationships.
We need to readopt kindness and gently challenge what we have assimilated as normal.