What happens in an initial consultation?

We have a conversation about what’s going on for you and gives you a chance to get to know me a little more.  You’ll have the space to feel and talk about what is going on for you and what you are really needing.  You’ll also have the chance to learn more about thew programs that I offer.  I working with me is not what you are needing right now,  there may be someone else that I can refer you to.  I have a network of healers and coaches and one of them may be just what you are looking for.

Do you accept barter?

It depends.  While I like the idea in principle, it doesn’t always work so well in practice. On the whole, bartering for healing services doesn’t work for me.  I have people that I work with already and I am very happy with that.  It’s such a personal thing.

The types of services I am more likely to need are practical skills such as sound editing and graphic design.  For those in Hobart, gardening and ground maintenance are often needed.

If you would like to suggest an exchange, please send me an email, being as specific as you can about what you can offer.  That makes the process so much simpler for us both.

What happens when I sign on for a program?

You’ll book your first session when you sign up for the program.  You’ll then receive a welcome email, with all the information you’ll need to get started.

Where do the sessions take place?

The sessions take place via Skype or phone, or in person (if you are in Hobart, Tasmania)

Do I need to be in business?

Not at all!  The programs are geared to the challenges and needs of those in business or work, but the principles of transformation are the same for all of us.  If you resonate with what you have read and you would like to explore this further, you are welcome!  Programs can be tailored to you and you needs.

Where is Tasmania?

Tasmania is the heart shaped island at the bottom of Australia, and is a state of Australia.

Are there really such a thing as Tasmanian Devils?

Yes, there really are!  They are small marsupials, although they are the largest native carnivorous mammals in Tasmania.

Do you have any other questions?

Please ask!  If you have the question, no doubt others will as well and I’d be happy to answer them  Just fill out the form below and I will get back to you.

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