Signposts brings together the skills and experience I have accumulated over thirty years in the field of personal and organizational development as both a human resources professional and as a holistic therapist, teacher and mentor. Yet more than anything it is my own profound healing journey which has driven my desire to dedicate my professional life to sharing the Three Principles. My work is deeply rooted in my knowledge that these principles provide a unique and powerful understanding of the human mind and are all we need to uncover our unlimited potential for well-being.
Working for over three decades helping people, I have had the privilege of listening deeply to the life experiences of hundreds of people. I have developed a deep respect for the natural resilience that all human beings possess. It was not until I learned about these principles however, that I truly realized that well-being is our natural state.
Although I am only ever sharing a simple metaphor to point people towards truth, the infinite number of ways in which I witness the Principles play out in people’s lives is truly awe-inspiring.
As well as working in my private practice, Signposts, I provide Three Principles training and mentoring at The Insight Space with my friend and colleague Ian Watson. I also undertake voluntary work at my local hospice supporting people through loss and transition as well as being part of the team training staff and volunteers.
I have been a Chartered member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) for over 30 years as well as being qualified in a number of therapeutic disciplines. I am a Graduate of the One Thought Institute in London where my mentors included Mara Gleason, Linda Pransky and Dr Aaron Turner. I have been privileged to attended Three Principles Foundation School on Salt Spring Island facilitated by Elsie Spittle and Chip Chipman. I am still a student of the Three Principles, continually deepening my own understanding of the infinite truth the principles points us towards.
When I am not working I can usually be found enjoying time with my family, travelling, swimming, wild-life watching or attempting to capture the beauty I see around me with my camera. I have never been able to decide whether I prefer the city or the countryside so I split my time between the buzz of London and tranquility of the far west of Cornwall.