My work is motivated by a strong passion to contribute to the creation of world peace. I believe the collective power of each of us creating our own inner peace is tremendous. As such, I speak and write widely on emotional healing and re-education, and spiritual renewal, through the exploration of early childhood conditioning.
Diploma in Self Psychology (MCCP) Master in Experiential Psychotherapy
Melbourne College of Contemporary Psychotherapy
Melbourne Institute for Experiential and Creative Arts Therapy
Victorian Association of Family Therapists
Service Quality Provision
Experiential workshops, including the eight-day residential Hoffman Process, which focuses on the integration of the four aspects of self; physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual, as the key to personal healing, freedom and growth.
Ongoing personal and professional development.
I have been the director of the Hoffman Centre Australia for the past 18 years. I was personally trained by Robert Hoffman in the late 1980s and am a Supervising Teacher of the Process.
My professional background is in Family Therapy and Self-Psychology as well as in organisational development.