Since 2005, I’ve been supporting individuals and families. I’m the founder of Conscious Parenting, Singapore and now am on a global mission to help people build conscious connections in the different areas of their lives. It is possible for everyone to develop deep, secure conscious connections. All we need to do is to find the red thread and following it to understand and craft their own narratives.
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The only impossible journey is the one you never begin.
Tony Robbins’ quote is inspiring because it is true. Starting a journey, though, is hard. I definitely found it hard.
Before being a therapist and coach, I worked in the corporate world – handling business and project development for the real estate and hospitality industry. I had trained it for it; with an undergraduate degree in Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management and then a Masters in Strategic Management from the London School of Economics. I wanted to work with people on a much deeper level though.
I trained as a hypnotherapist. Soon after, pregnant with my first child, I was flooded by advice and judgement about how things should be done. Well meaning as all these were, it went against everything I had learned as a hypnotherapist.
I got hooked on the then new knowledge of science behind parenting and developmental psychology. Three hypnobirths and a lot of education later, I now offer a very holistic approach for the entire family. I offer hypnotherapy, parenting science, support in understanding childrens’ neurological and brain development, coaching for the family as a whole and for every individual, couples therapy and communication training for private connections as well as corporate teams.
I don’t advocate rigid dogmas since I left these behind myself. The common thread that runs through all my work – consultations, courses, workshops – is scientific fact tempered with contextual reality. It has to feel right for us – even if it isn’t how things should be done. Who would be the judge of how things should be done anyway?!