What I'm about.
Wellbeing cultivates welldoing.
Health and wellbeing are critical for success – not just in work, but in life. As a Positive Psychology Practitioner who has spent years developing evidence-based wellbeing strategies for individuals and organisations worldwide, I’ve learned over and over that it’s not a set and forget approach. It takes time, energy, and dedication to consistently make wellbeing a priority. I’ve been on a long tour of my own wellbeing, and I deeply understand the challenges that can arise when creating the conditions to thrive. But I also truly believe that everyone has the potential to live their best lives. I help people to realise that potential – boldly, brilliantly, and unapologetically!
Beyond my work…
Outside my world of work, I am passionately dedicated to self-care, and make my health and wellbeing a high priority.
I am energised by adventure and travel, and in my happy place when I’m on a plane heading to somewhere exciting. At home, I embrace time with my husband and four children, and love contributing to our incredible community.
I believe in breaking all the rules when it comes to running a global business from a small, rural location. You can do whatever you want, wherever you want, with whatever you have.
You just have to choose.
(BA) Bachelor of Social Science, Diploma in Positive Psychology, (MBA) Masters in Business Administration, Certified Master Coach, Master of Applied Positive Psychology, Melbourne University.
Her most recent initiative — The Way Finders Academy, is taking the employment services sector by storm, giving frontline workers access to the most powerful coaching skills and behavioural change strategies available.
In the spirit of reconciliation, I respectfully acknowledge the Dja Dja Wurrung People of the Kulin Nation as the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which I operate my business.
I recognise their continued connection to land, water and community and pay my respects to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.
I express my gratitude in the sharing of this land, my sorrow for the personal, spiritual and cultural costs of that sharing and I hope that we may walk forward together in harmony and in the spirit of healing.