I’m a trauma specialist and I’m passionate about helping people recover from trauma because I know firsthand what a real difference it can make to improving your life.
I grew up living with 4 siblings (and very strict parents) on a very rough council estate in Leominster, England.
My mother ruled the home with an iron fist. My father was disabled and he had a very fiery temper. Some of my siblings turned to drugs and alcohol where I turned to the military.
I previously served 20 years in the British Army, including 15 years with the Royal Scots Dragoon where I was deployed constantly to both Iraq and Afghanistan.
I lost friends and colleagues in various kinetic engagements and subsequently, I was diagnosed with PTSD.
I have always taken a keen interest in helping people and in 2016 I decided to transfer to the Army Welfare Service (AWS) where I spent 5 years helping soldiers and their dependants through bereavement, anxiety, couples therapy and anger management; (this list is not exhaustive).
During this period I achieved a level 7 Diploma in Specialist Welfare in Occupational Health. This was a fulfilling job and it helped me move forward and learn more about myself.
However, the most effective method I came across for trauma recovery was Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT). I dove into RTT as I loved the methods used, I qualified as an RTT Practitioner and started working with people immediately.
I felt instantly drawn towards RTT because, first and foremost, it combines Neuro-Science with Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and hypnosis and what I love so much about RTT is that the results are mostly instantaneous.
I spent years analysing my own trauma and I overcame PTSD by a method I came to teach myself. In 2020 I decided to become self-employed in the field of mental health, as I was able to reflect on my own traumatic background and harness my in-depth knowledge taught to me by the AWS and RTT to create a powerful rapid therapeutic coaching company called ‘Remaster Your Mind’.
Well for me; currently I am waiting to hear back from Oxford University as I plan to broaden my already extensive knowledge and study Psychodynamics as a postgraduate.
Secondly, my long term goal is to become the global face of PTSD recovery.
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