My career working in the humanitarian sector started by studying B. Soc. SC (psychology) twenty years ago, while I was nursing. I was taking care of a quadriplegic, which inspired me to further my studies, leading me to become a Social Worker (UNISA).
My interest in Kinesiology was sparked through my counselling experiences, where I realised that there was something more than psychotherapy. This led me to investigate other options, and I did the Touch For Health course. On completion of this, my enthusiasm to grow my knowledge and experience led me to study Neuro Training and Neural Organisation Technique. I was fully convinced of the effectiveness of Kinesiology after undergoing intense treatments myself.
This inspired me to study even further, and did a T.I.R (Trauma Incident Reduction) course through AMI, qualifying as a T.I.R Facilitator.
The combination of my experience and studies all complement each other well, and my client base keeps growing as a result of offering various treatment options.