As a professional intuitive, creative, coach and mentor, I designed Soulchology as a home that supports you to fulfil your path in life, and evolve from the challenges that have hindered you in doing so. My unique difference is where I help you to understand and transcend the patterns that have shown up in your life both divinationally and psychologically.
By transpersonally integrating intuition with psychology, we intentionally seek to understand and attune to your human experiences in a spiritual world.
That can mean any number of things to you depending on your life experiences, but fundamentally, supporting your emotional growth is essential to your spiritual and creative one, so we nourish the roots to enjoy the flowers. Through readings, healings, workshops, coaching and mentoring, I have the honour of supporting generations of people from all over the world.
My insight and experience was honed as a survivor of early years trauma that shook my foundations resulting in emotional stress, attachment and somatisation leading to a catalogue of bad decisions and health issues. Natural intuitive abilities were always my best friend as my path unfolded and resilience grew into who I am today; allowing me to respond to my calling to assist other souls that seek help finding their light.
Aside from my busy practice, I’m a volunteer Youth Mentor with The Graeme Dingle Foundation; New Zealand’s leading charity that priorities the future of young people building confidence, teaching life skills and encouraging self efficacy and a positive mindset. I’m also an active contributor to a well known psychic and spiritual philosophies community here in New Zealand that shares and discusses various concepts and understandings of personal development, enlightenment and wisdom.
With numerous qualifications, I’m committed to holistic development, am a professional member of reputable industry associations and personally engage in coaching that supports my own expansion. I was born in Shropshire, England, before answering my calling to be in New Zealand, which is where I currently live with my family.