How can we help you?


Why am I really here?

How can I be the best version of myself?

Is my career right for me?

Why do I never feel  good enough?

Is this all there is to life?

What is holding me back and keeps limiting me?

When will I be truly happy?

Why do I always compare myself to others?

How can I be the best version of myself?

When will I feel satisfied or reach my full potential?

Why do my relationships never work out?

When will I fully accept myself and love myself?




Anger Management




Broken Relationships


Covid the new Norm




Grief and trauma management


Health & Well Being




Low Self Esteem




Sleep Management


(Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder)

Also known as ADD (attention deficit disorder)

This is a chronic condition including attention difficulty, hyperactivity and impulsiveness.

ADHD often begins in childhood and can persist into adulthood. It may contribute to low self-esteem, troubled relationships and difficulty at school or work.

Untreated ADHD in an adult can lead to significant problems with education, social and family situations and relationships, employment, self-esteem, and emotional health. It is never too late to recognize, diagnose, and treat ADHD and any other mental health condition that can commonly occur with it.

We would look to identify the area's in your life where you are most affected and held back by your ADHD .Together with you we will work towards solutions that will show you how to live and function positively despite your ADHD.

Anger management

You cannot travel through life trying to avoid people or things who enrage you.

Let us help you find the tools to recognise your triggers and control your emotions, responses and actions.


Anxiety can be completely debilitating and make your world really small.

Let us work with you to help you identify what makes you anxious and give you to the tools in order to cope.

Broken relationships

All of us at some time or another have experienced a break down in a relationship. It can be better or worse depending on how you deal with it. How you cope will depend on your ability to manage your own thoughts and actions, and to recognise when things are out of hand.

We are here to help and support you during this time.

COVID and the new norm

The swear word on the tip of all our tongues and the burning question – what does life look like after COVID? How do we cope with our new normality?

We have delved into this from a personal and corporate perspective and have many suggestions on how you can manage during this time of change!


Depression, also known as major depressive disorder, is a mood disorder that makes you feel constant sadness or lack of interest in life.

Most people feel sad or depressed at times. It’s a normal reaction to loss or life's challenges. But when intense sadness -- including feeling helpless, hopeless, and worthless -- lasts for many days to weeks and keeps you from living your life, it may be something more than sadness.

Treatment of this mood disorder normally involves a combination of identifying and then talking through your worries and concerns, lifestyle changes and in some cases medical assistance.

Kerry and Cands have both had their fair share of dealing with mood disorders and so have first-hand experience and can relate and emphasize. Please don’t wait a second longer but rather come and talk to us today!

Grief and trauma management

There is no set timetable for grief or trauma management. It’s a personal process.

The more you’re willing to acknowledge and work through it the better you handle it.

We have tools to help you deal with your journey.

Health and wellbeing

Our health is not one dimensional, it's a balance between mind body and soul. Mental and physical health equate to wellness.

Speak to us today about ways to incorporate healthy habits into your busy lifestyle.

Living with long term disabilities

When you’re hit with a long-term disability, illness or injury it can trigger a range of unsettling emotions and fears...and an ordinary day can suddenly seem insurmountable. Living with a disability isn't easy but it's not impossible, reach out, let us help you find your way forward.

Low Self Esteem

Low self-esteem can lead to feelings of incompetence, worthlessness and a general lack of confidence. It's important to identify your worth, face your fears and move away from the negatives that break your value down.

Lets’ talk about it!

Mood management

Everybody gets moody. Some days you'll feel on top of the world and other days you'll feel like staying under the duvet. It's okay to feel sad sometimes too.

Most people know when they are feeling 'in a mood'. But do you know what 'mood' means? Or where your mood comes from? Or how to change your mood?

Simply, a mood is part of your emotional rhythm, but a little less intense than an emotion. And it usually has a trigger, such as an event or experience.

Your mood may be something that you've tried to achieve (such as peacefulness from doing yoga) or something over which you feel you have no control (such as annoyance about a parking ticket). And it may last only a short while, or hang around.

Understanding your moods may help you work out what causes them and how you tend to behave when you are in different moods.

You probably know that you feel good when you are in a positive mood (such as when you feel content, loving or excited). And you probably know you feel much worse when you are in a negative mood (such as when you feel anxious, disgusted or annoyed).

Your moods are useful to you. And they are a big part of how you choose to behave and think. A negative mood can be a useful indicator of a problem that needs to be tackled.

Most moods pass within a day or so. And, even in a flat mood, you can still go about your daily activities. But if down or dark moods are significantly disrupting your life, it's important that you seek help.

Come and talk to us!

Sleep management

Sleep, wonderful sleep!

And yet so many of us don’t get nearly enough or the right quality sleep!

Sleep plays a crucial role in supporting our wellbeing. Sleep deprivation impacts brain health, hormone health, gut  and mentla health and the list goes on and on.

There are some quick and easy things you can do to create the right sleep environment and increase the likelihood of you getting a good and restorative nights sleep. Contact us for more information on this incredibly important topic.