Somatic Therapy | Somatic Coaching
One on one & Couples
Somatic Experiencing™ | Autonomic Nervous system | Trauma healing |
DARe™ (Attachment Repatterning) | PACT™ (Psychobiological Approach to couples therapy)
I bring together a variety of modalities from over a decade in the healing and personal transformation space, drawing on extensive training in Somatic Coaching, Somatic Experiencing™ Therapy, DARe™ (Attachment repatterning), PACT™ (Psychobiological approach to couples therapy), trauma healing and the autonomic nervous system.
I use an integrative approach, to support you to access your innate ability to heal and grow as an individual or couple.
You will find a confidential space to bring whatever you would like to work through at a pace and depth that feels safe to you.
Clients often come to me...
Struggling to believe in themselves - losing confidence in challenging situations.
Facing challenges with relationships in the workplace or at home (looking at their attachment style).
An inability to make decisions, often seeking clarity and direction.
Grappling with reoccurring self-defeating patterns.
Exhausted from juggling too many balls, experiencing difficulty creating time for the people and things they love.
Unable to heal from something in the past that continues to impact them now.
Together, we can transform your experience into...
A strong sense of belief and confidence in yourself.
Being seen and valued for your gifts and uniqueness.
Freedom, Authenticity and ease in work and life.
Demonstrating and experiencing strong boundaries in relationships.
Approaching conflict in a relaxed, grounded and compassionate state.
Finding clarity and making decisions effortlessly.
Having the impact you’re wanting to - and doing so in a sustainable, nourishing way.
How it works.
Schedule a 25 minute video call.
Do call; See if we’re a good fit for each other.
We get started! We create a bespoke program designed exclusively for you.
How we can work together.
ONE TO ONE SOMATIC SESSIONS.
Either ongoing or a limited number of one to one 50 minute somatic therapy / somatic coaching sessions.
TWO - EIGHTEEN MONTH SOMATIC PROGRAMS.
Weekly or fortnightly one to one somatic therapy / somatic coaching sessions (up to 75 minutes), educational content, workbooks and bespoke practices, over two - eighteen months.
These programs are a combination of Somatic Experiencing™, DARe (Dynamic Attachment Re-patterning Experience) and other modalities woven into a structured program. They are designed this way to support you in creating the shifts you're longing for in the most effective, embodied way. All programs are designed bespoke to your situation, and what works best for your needs.
Sessions online, or in person in Devonport (Auckland, New Zealand).
What informs our work together
Somatic Experiencing™ (SE) is a body-oriented therapeutic model for healing trauma and other stress disorders. It is based on a multidisciplinary intersection of physiology, psychology, ethology, biology, neuroscience, indigenous healing practices, and medical biophysics and has been clinically applied for more than four decades.
(Dynamic Attachment Re-patterning Experience). DARe® is a groundbreaking somatic Adult Attachment process created by Diane Poole Heller (Ph.D). Shifting patterns of how we are in relationship, to live from a calm easeful place while in relationship.
Integral Coaching® refers to a way of coaching that is whole, complete and integrated. An Integral approach brings about change that endures over time, beyond the term of a coaching contract.
At its heart, Restorative Yoga is about resting. When we fully support the body, we create a space for deep and profound relaxation and rest.
We may use various Restorative Yoga postures to create different physiological and energetic effects.
Full Embodiment: Sexuality & sexual trauma.
Healing sexuality and sexual trauma from an embodied, somatic lens. For those who have experienced sexual trauma as a child, sexual assault as adults, people who struggle with debilitating shame, sexual/gender identity, body image and generally resist being in their bodies.
Non-violent Communication (NVC).
Also called compassionate communication or collaborative communication. NVC is an approach to communication based on principles of nonviolence. It is not a technique to end disagreements, but rather a method designed to increase empathy and improve the quality of life of those who utilize the method and the people around them.