What’s holding you back right now?

It might be a fear; an internal block; an unhealthy relationship with a substance; or unhappiness with your body.

Problems like these can weigh you down like chains. You can see your potential but you can’t quite reach it.

What would change without it?

How much easier would things be without that particular issue?

Is it time to overcome and start afresh?

Change can be scary, but shedding a life-limiting problem is a glorious feeling.

If you’re ready for that, read on – I’m ready to help you.

I bring transformation to my clients’ lives.

I use a unique combination of Rapid Transformational Therapy, nutritional therapy and tailored coaching sessions.

With these tools, I’ve found that problems improve rapidly – if you are willing to commit and work with me to overcome your obstacles.

Still interested? Take the first step.

Areas of concern

Break down psychological barriers

My methods (RTT, nutritional therapy, coaching and more) can be used individually or combined, depending on your problems and their complexity.

Targeting core issues – often deep-rooted and subconscious – can have a positive impact on one or more of the areas below.

“I just can’t give that speech…”

Business meetings and conferences. University presentations. Wedding speeches.

These events fill many people with dread. Standing up in front of a crowd, or even a small group, and speaking? Torture!

You’re not alone. Fear of public speaking is so common that it’s got a special category.

But it’s easier to overcome than you might imagine.

“I’m trying so hard – why can’t I reach my target weight?”

Weight loss is a painful subject for so many people.

Society seems to put it down to laziness or lack of effort – but you have tried, and you’re still plateauing, yo-yoing or simply unable to shift any weight.

If this is you, there are likely some deep-rooted subconscious factors at play, sabotaging your efforts.

“I think I’m drinking too much and I want to cut down – but I keep falling back into my usual routine!”

It’s easy to slip into bad habits with alcohol.

Cheering you up after a bad day; celebrating after a good one; enhancing a meal; making networking events, parties and awkward reunions more bearable… the list of ‘good excuses’ for a drink is long and established!

The problem occurs when it’s hard to imagine these occasions without a drink, or when you think alcohol is affecting your happiness and well-being.

But how do you effectively reduce alcohol intake? Or should you be thinking about cutting it out all together?

“Why can’t I just start?”

It’s not laziness – it’s a psychological block.

Overwhelm is the stomach-churning feeling of having a thousand things to do… and not being able to begin. It goes hand-in-hand with procrastination.

Overwhelm worsens anxiety. And… anxiety worsens overwhelm.

Argh!

So, how do you break the cycle?

“I don’t know why I’m afraid, but it’s horrible.”

Phobias can affect anyone. They’re no indication of bravery or mental strength.

But they’re exhausting. Trying to arrange your life to avoid your fear is stressful and limiting.

How do you pinpoint the why of a phobia – and start to work through it?

“Food is a major source of stress in my life…”

Your relationship with food can be damaged in so many ways: from childhood trauma to the steady drip of media influence.

Once rooted in your subconscious, these issues can make food – a necessary part of every day – into a huge source of stress. This can devastate your mental and physical health.

Eating disorders, and issues with eating that can lead to disorders, can be treated in a way that transforms your quality of life.

“I want to give up but it seems impossible.”

Addiction is a difficult subject, as people can be judgemental.

But a substance having a hold over you is not something to be ashamed of – it’s something to get to the bottom of.

Alcohol, drugs, cigarettes and certain foods can grip you in a way that seems impossible to fix.

Yet there are reasons for addiction – which means there is a solution.

Working together, we can complete a remarkably swift process to release addiction’s hold.

About Jacqui

After spending a happy-and-hectic childhood travelling all over Europe (thanks, Mum and Dad!), I went to England to get my honours degree in science.

I then spent 20 years in England teaching science and psychology, pausing briefly to have two lovely children.

So, how did I end up back in Jersey as a nutritional therapist, certified hypnotherapist and Rapid Transformational Therapist?

Well, first I had a complete physical breakdown.

Not a path I recommend! But it’s what it took for me to finally listen to my body.

I was a single parent to two young kids and suddenly I was barely able to leave the house. I even lost my teaching job. I put on lots of weight and couldn’t lose it, no matter what I tried.

Doctors didn’t know how to help me – they just told me to rest. I wasn’t happy with inaction, so I began researching health and weight (having a scientific background was a great help here).

After an arduous decade(!) of study, I was finally confident I had filtered the truth from the nonsense. If you’re reading this, I expect you’ll have guessed that it’s not what a lot of so-called health authorities advise.

I look and feel much younger than I did 15 years ago. Yet I look around and see a lot of people in the same situation I was.

So, I developed a coaching programme – bolstered by Rapid Transformational Therapy and nutritional science – to help others get back their health, life, happy body and mojo.

If you’re someone who could benefit from this kind of guidance, I’d love to speak with you.

Drop me a line and we can have a casual chat. No obligations – this is all about your choices.

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