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I am a modern-day Pilgrim, oftentimes stumbling my way through life, distracted by this world that is too much with us, but determined to remove this veil of untruth so that I can wake up to who I Really Am. My work centres on personal transformation and freedom, and the search for Truth. As such it references the inner world of the self-in-relation.
My offering in this respect has the primary intention of reconnecting individuals with themselves, and ultimately with an appreciation of self as part of something much bigger. This connection serves to rouse and emancipate one from the deep and intractable conditioned upbringing that bestows a particular identity upon the self. My work therefore is about radical Self-reclamation, and is based upon the appreciation of humanity’s interdependence with other humans as well as with nature’s varied permutations.
The paradigm I hold is appreciative and strength-based, where I believe that all human beings are oriented towards expansion. Drawing upon this inner space of expansion can directly contribute towards the expansion and transforming of the context within which one finds oneself.
I make use of rigorous self-inquiry and reflection as tools for the exploration and understanding of self and other. Meaning and purpose (or the search thereof) form a cornerstone of this framework.
My employment in the corporate sector extends to facilitation on Leadership Development Programmes, serving different layers of leadership. A few of my past and current clients include The Human Sciences Research Council, Standard Bank, GlobelEq, South African, Magnet Theatre, Allan Grey, The University of Johannesburg, The Mothertongue Project, Aephoria Partners, The Johannesburg Business School, The University of Stellenbosch, The Graduate School of Business, The University of Cape Town, Zeppelin University, and many others.
Education and Training
I undertook my undergraduate and Honours Degrees in Psychology, Speech and Drama and Anthropology at Rhodes University in Grahamstown and Vista University in Pretoria, received my Masters Degree in Dance Movement Therapy at Antioch Graduate School in New Hampshire (through a Fulbright Scholarship), and my Doctoral Degree in Psychology at Rand Afrikaans University, in Johannesburg. I have also participated in two 200 hour internationally certified yoga teacher training programmes in Rishikesh in India, the first one in April 2015, and the second in December 2018.