My Work

Mental wellbeing is essential to living an enriched life, and my mission is to work with the companies and the brands that have the reach to deliver the tools and strategies that help people and companies improve mental health. 

 

I work as a content creator in the field of Psychology, where I consult, write and create therapeutic content for technology companies, App developers and Education providers. 

In my work, I am often asked to create course frameworks and curriculums. I write mindfulness meditations and programs for tech brands. I research and write recovery programs for mental health providers and charities, and I consult on content creation for Apps in the psychology field. 

I am an advocate for Acceptance & Commitment Therapy and Mindfulness. I am also trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Counselling and Hypnotherapy. 

ACT & Mindfulness

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) is an action-oriented approach to psychotherapy that stems from traditional behaviour therapy and cognitive behavioural therapy.

ACT teaches that rather than avoiding, denying, and struggling with their inner emotions, we can work towards accepting that these deeper feelings are appropriate responses to certain situations that happen in life. With this understanding, we can begin to accept that in life, there are hardships and make a commitment to choosing how we would like to live our lives based on our values and begin to make the necessary changes, regardless of what is going on or how we may feel about it.

Mindfulness 

Mindfulness is the basic human ability to be fully present, with non-judgmental awareness of where we are and what we’re doing. While mindfulness is something we all naturally possess, it becomes more readily available to us when we practice being mindful on a daily basis.

You can do this by simply paying attention on purpose to what you’re directly experiencing externally via one or more of the five senses or to your internal experiences, such as your thoughts and emotions.

The benefits of mindfulness of plentiful and there is growing research showing that when you train your brain to be mindful, you’re actually improving the physical structure of the areas in the brain responsible for perception, body awareness, pain tolerance, emotion regulation, introspection, complex thinking, and sense of self.