Coaching Therapy - Wellbeing - Healing Work
I was raised in Poland and grew up in a home with limited financial resources; where I experienced not only socio-economic or educational disadvantages, but also domestic violence and multiple family traumas. When I was 19, my parents and I fled our country as a result of threats. At that time, I came to live in Dublin, on my own and with no financial support. I barely spoke English and had loads and loads of wobbles and insecurities. Despite difficult circumstances, I was determined to complete the third level education and to heal the past. Most of all, there has been a driving force inside me to create a meaningful and positive life.
One of my passions has been literature, poetry and theatre and there was always a strong desire in me to explore the human psyche. Obtaining bachelor's and master's degrees in Ireland helped me to specialise in directing for theatre, facilitating drama classes and teaching.
My professional experience is in teaching and providing support and pastoral care for students at the Polish Teachers Association, Kaplan International College, Portobello Institute, and University College Dublin. When I worked in Dublin city schools and colleges, I was particularly interested in helping distressed students, providing new perspectives and emotional support. For this reason, I gradually started to train and work as a therapist and as a life coach.
One of my biggest joys is when I have been able to really connect with a person. The reason I love facilitating people’s learning process (through consultations, online programs, events and retreats) is because I am driven by the conviction that each of us has access to and can develop their unlimited potential and talents. I love holding space for others to release blocks, heal, transform and maximise their wellbeing.
There is nothing to stop you living the life you want to live.
What I Offer for Good Health?
AN INVITATION TO THINK, QUESTION, PAUSE
“But life is not about half doing. You cannot half love, or half accept, or half live. It is about giving everything you have. When you are old and worn, do you really want to look back and say you gave the bare minimum? You owe yourself more than that.” Courtney Pepernell