The journey

posted Sep 3, 2014, 1:26 PM by Deborah Kerslake   [ updated Mar 18, 2015, 4:35 AM ]
Its been an interesting road. I worked in the bullish money markets in the mid 1980s, and even before the crash of 87 I had the realisation that this is not what I wanted to do with my life.

So I did a step back and spent 3 years in spiritual/ philosophical studies at a parapsychology college and learnt so much about what is actually real, true and meaningful to me, as well as learning to trust my intuition and open my mind to other possibilities.

Then I decided to get 'practical' and did 3 years studying to become a complimentary therapist, learning about how our body works, how everything is connected and how we can sort things out on a physical and emotional level. This was brilliant and helped me feel like I was on the right path.

Then I realised that much of ill health began at the level of the thought. So I did a post graduate diploma in Hypnotherapy and psychotherapy. This training really helped me to understand how we, as humans work. You can't have a feeling without first having a thought. So, if we can sort out our thoughts, we can literally change our future.

Finding this so interesting, I further studied and learnt about CBT - cognitive behavioural therapy and NLP nero liguistic programming and in time became a Master life and career coach, running my own ICF Approved coaching college for 8 years.

Now I realised that all I've learnt has come a full circle and that ironically or accidentally I've managed to learn about all the 4 layers of the human condition. Physical, Emotional, Mental and Subtle.

I feel privileged to know that by using all of these disciplines that I've learnt over the years. I can help my clients become healthy, happy and whole in a very short amount of time. Helping them deal with trauma, behavioural issues, addictions, ill health and self image issues as well as a huge range of other difficulties, so that they may become fabulous, confident, successful people who look great, behave in appropriate ways and cope with the day to day difficulties with style and grace.

Let me help you too, please.

With love
Deborah