How a painful experience led me to my path of helping others find  balance…

This picture is of me  in Italy, my favourite holiday destination.


Life appeared perfect to all those around me but inside I knew all was not well.

The truth was that I was hurting and fearful.


This is what post traumatic stress looks like.

I live on the atlantic coast in beautiful Galway, Ireland.


Galway is  a city of culture, full of artists and traditional Irish music.


I  love Galway because it is a buzzing city yet is also surrounded by beaches & amazing natural beauty.


This is a photo of me with my son and husband during a family holiday to Donegal, Ireland in 2020.


These two are the most important people in my life!

They keep me grounded and make me happy.



As a little girl, I wanted to be an Aid Worker.


I ended up working as a care worker for 20 years in Child, Youth and Homeless Services.

Today I follow my passion and work as a Wellness Consultant for Empaths with 20% of the proceeds going to CNI, a social enterprise set up to empower care workers.





The Effects of Stress & Pain


In my twenties, excess stress would manifest in lower back pain.

In my thirties, the pain was so bad I could not walk for months on end, requiring medical attention.

In my forties I  hit rock bottom when I  struggled with Post Traumatic Stress after a violent work incident.

I was a senior care worker with numerous wellness qualifications yet was unprepared for the effects of  Trauma on my Body & Mind.

I felt helpless and things needed to change..




The Body & Mind Connection

As a Young Adult living in Italy,

I became fascinated with energies and holistic therapies.

I knew back then about the body mind connection and how emotional turmoil can manifest in sickness or injury.

My  Journey to discover true Wellness had begun.

My first hand experience of how stress can affect the Body & Mind, applying evidence based Wellness and Mental Health trainings  have brought me where I am today:

Supporting Care Folk  find Balance & live  healthier lives.