My area of Expertise is working with trauma, PTSD, depression, panic attacks, anger, grief and other negative emotions which cause people to remain stuck and unable to develop their highest potential in life. I have over 20 years experience in the adult training and education area. I have designed and delivered training courses as required by my clients on a number of issues, involving domestic violence, crisis intervention and substance abuse. I have experience in counselling children, adolescents and adults individually and in group sessions. I am available for quality training throughout Australia via private sessions by phone, internationally through Skype, or in person.
I am the founder and developer of TBT, or Trauma Buster Technique, a fast, efficient and simple tool that helps trauma victims recover and lead a more functional and satisfying life again. I am a well-respected EFT Founding Master, an NLP Master, and AAMET Trainer of Trainers, as well as practicing TBT myself in group and 1-1 sessions. I also train people to help others with TBT.
Over the years, I have had extensive experience working with the Correctional System in New Zealand. I have trained over 200 medical people in Pakistan to help their patients with TBT. In Peshawar, I trained the personnel at the DOST Foundation who rescue street kids and teenagers with drug addiction. In Islamabad and Lahore, I trained Sahil personnel who deal with victims of sexual abuse and incest. Some psychology departments from universities in Pakistan are now interested in including TBT training with their curriculum.
As a result of past workshops I have delivered in Pakistan, I was invited by Sindh Development Society to work with the clients of Darulaman Women’s Shelter in Sukkur. Darulaman houses women labelled ‘KARI’ (the insidious tradition of honor killing). My team and I carried out daily group EFT tapping sessions there, and we set up team leaders to continue the TBT practice daily. The social worker from Sahil and the psychologist assigned to Darulaman continue to monitor the progress and application of TBT at the shelter. What a great team dedicated to justice for women!
A tremendous highlight for me in my career to be able to present TBT at the OXFAM national conference on Violence Against Women in Police Custody. OXFAM International is a confederation of 17 organizations working together to find lasting solutions to poverty and injustice.
I continue to travel to Pakistan, often deep into the rugged countryside, to share TBT with trauma victims, doctors, health practitioners and social workers who help the people who live so far from cities and towns.