About me

I have over 35 years experience working with children and adults who have experienced grief, loss and trauma, with a particular focus on promoting positive mental health, wellbeing and suicide prevention. I became fascinated with Kintsugi a few years ago and travelled to Japan to study Kintsugi with an 83 year old Japanese Master. This gave me a deep understanding of how the process of thoughtful repair can be applied to human pain and brokenness. I have combined that with the intensive study of how our neurology and physiology can promote healing, and from that unique blend I have created Kintsugi Healing as a compassionate, patient, effective method for promoting healing and lasting change.