Q. Is a spiritual belief necessary then?
A. It is not necessary to have a spiritual belief as a
client or therapist. However,
the therapist does need to have experienced the process of this deep
connection to Source.
Q. Why do you do it?
A.For me the supreme service is to help others experience
the true abundance of life. The Journey is the most effective
resource I can provide. It’s a deep process that brings about a
great deal of change at the cellular level. The results are profound
and lasting. Yet, for
many, the greatest blessing is realising the peace and unconditional
love at their own Source.
also been told I have a gift for this work. Many people’s Journeys
are not easy and I am delighted that my skills and abilities help
those who come to me deal with whatever comes up and realize the
Journey work challenges and develops me in unique and invaluable
ways. It is essential for me to stay open, clear and in touch with
Source. And facilitating Journeys deepens my own opening into love,
peace and presence.
do you enjoy about it?
A. Facilitating an opening into the unconditional love
at a person’s innermost core has to be top of the list. I often
feel this as a shift in the room. The rest of The Journey then takes
place in the shared presence of love and peace – what a place to
I also love to ensure long held pain is fully
released and to facilitate an opening into forgiveness.
Q. What's your typical day like?
A. No two days and no two Journeys are the same. I’m
privileged to have a lovely room of my home set aside for Journeys
and meditation. I also do home visits for those whose health makes
Journey can take anything from 2 to 5 hours, depending on what comes
up and how long it takes to fully resolve it. I like to be thorough
and to give people all the time they need to get completely free of
Q. What does it cost?
range depending on location. In
London, you can expect to pay £150. The fee tends to be a set price regardless of how long the
journey takes. I charge
£140 per journey.
Q. Who is your typical client?
A. The Journey is of value to just about everyone. Those
who are lucky enough to find and use it are of all ages and
backgrounds. What they
have in common is openness and a willingness to participate in their
own healing. That healing is about equally spread between physical,
emotional and life issues, sometimes including some of each. The
Journeys I facilitate often deal with multiple issues or issues that
have many facets.
fully expected all my clients to be local. Many are, of course, but
others travel considerable distance, even from other countries. It
is important for many people to go to the right therapist for them.
One client, who came from abroad specifically for a Journey with me,
summed me up so well that I wrote it down ‘thorough, loving,
supportive and quiet’.
I attract about three times as many women as men, even this
percentage of men is relatively high as some other Journey
Therapists have never had male clients!
Q. How did you get into it?
A. Having done decades of deep and effective healing and
spiritual work, I wasn’t aware of specific blocks I needed to
shift. What really appealed to me about The Journey was the
possibility of connecting more deeply with Source. Tangible results
didn't show up immediately for me - but I wanted to clear more
blocks to being in that presence all the time. Opening more and more
deeply to that is what led me again and again to The Journey.
had no intention of making it my work. Yet when I heard about the
first ever Journey therapist training I just knew I was to do it.
Doubt soon swept in. I was already training as a coach, working full
time and had family responsibilities. I was sure my other half would
dissuade me but, to my amazement, he urged me to go ahead.
training was well worth doing in its own right. Just as well, because afterwards, tired from a demanding job
and unwilling to offer anyone a Journey unless I was at my best, I
made almost no progress with my case studies. Also, although my heart longed for Journey work, I couldn’t
see how to make room for it with a full time job. Anyway, I did what
I could, including having Journeys to remove blocks to progress and,
in a couple of months, grace stepped in and brought me the money I
needed to reorganize my life around The Journey.
Q. Where do you get help and support from?
A. From Source, from my loving, inspirational and
supportive husband, from close friends and others involved in The
Q. If money, time and resources were no object, what would you
do differently, if anything?
do more to spread the word further about The Journey – talk to more groups, give the book to health professionals
and places such as hospices, hospital waiting rooms etc., publish
more articles, invite journalists for a Journey… Since almost
everyone could benefit from the Journey, wouldn’t it be wonderful
if everyone knew about it?
also like and intend to run small workshops and an ongoing support
and development group.
Q. What advice would you give to others interested in doing this
A. With the Journey itself to clear anything that’s
blocking progress, the excellent training and the support of the
Journey family, no advice from me seems necessary.