Frequently Asked Questions

The main aim of my work is to help my clients achieve a better state of health and wellbeing as quickly, safely and effectively as possible.

I believe in empowering people – enabling them to learn new ways of dealing with and healing their own issues. My approach to therapy always encompasses the body, mind and spirit. 

The main focus is positive results every time you come here. People often have questions about aspects of my work, or the techniques used. I will try to address as many of those issues as possible here.

If your question is not answered here, please contact me, and I’ll be happy to help.

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Therapy terms and conditions are described in the Therapy Agreement.

The body has the ability to tackle almost any physical issue.

Among the issues, I have helped to alleviate successfully are: digestive disorders, allergies, pain-related conditions, autoimmune diseases, sleep issues, skin problems, hormonal issues, diabetes, urinary and reproductive problems, side effects of medicines and medical procedures, even some cancers, to mention just a few.

Yes. Some clients come to me with treatment-resistant mental health issues.

Among issues, I have had success with are stress-related issues, anxiety, depression, phobias, suicidal ideations and many others.

Circumstances causing emotional and spiritual disharmony can be improved.

The most common successfully helped issues in my practice are relationships problems, self-love issues, limiting beliefs, faulty perceptions and identity issues, feeling disempowered, lacking direction, inspiration and purpose in life, feeling unfulfilled and emotionally numb, loss of faith, as well as energy system imbalances and reactions to harmful energies.

Your first appointment will generally last around 60 minutes and include the ‘diagnostic’, the discussion of your treatment plan, and the initial treatment.

Please visit the Prices page for more information.

This will depend on your condition and how responsive you are to treatment.

I suggest that you have your follow-up session within 7 days after the initial consultation if you feel you need it.

People vary, and some only need one appointment, while others come weekly.

We will discuss your treatment plan when we meet.

Yes. You can request to experience a particular therapeutic modality.

Please see the list of therapies I can offer on my Therapies and About page.

 

No. Both conventional and traditional medicine have their place, uses and benefits.

However, I will ask you about any of your recent and current medical procedures and medications you might be taking prior to starting my work with you.

Sometimes, it’s better to complete one mode of treatment before commencing another one.

For instance, if you are currently undergoing an IVF treatment for infertility, planning to, or have recently had one, you will be advised to wait for at least one month following your last unsuccessful IVF session before starting therapy with me.

If you are being medically treated for cancer, I will only be able to offer you supportive therapies that will not interfere with your main treatment.

Yes. Although my specialism is in helping women, I have successfully worked with men for many years. 

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