As a Bach Flower Remedies Practitioner (BFRP) and Wellness Advocate, I am passionate about empowering others to reach their potential and offer a straightforward approach to healing. I work with and support you to be better able to cope with any specific or general stresses or worries.
Holding Space offers a simple and personalised holistic approach to create an environment where you can be healthy and well and I primarily use the Bach Flower Remedy system for those who need gentle, emotional support.
Our thoughts and emotions can often lead to mental and physical imbalance and having gone through personal challenges, I draw on those experiences to coach and support others - to “hold space” - for self-care and to explore solutions that work best for you. The remedies offer a powerful but gentle method of healing, to help you rebalance.
As the only BFRP in Aberdeen City and Shire, I offer consultations and classes (face-to-face, by phone, online, individual or group) to assist with improving and maintaining a happier and healthier lifestyle. I work with clients across a number of areas that include mood management, hormonal health, sleep, and stress and anxiety, amongst others.
I hold certifications in the Bach Flower Remedies, Mental Health First Aid, Aromatouch Technique, Child Behaviours and Generalised Anxiety and Panic Disorders. I am also a doTERRA Certified Wellness Advocate, registered with the General Council of Complementary Therapy and a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (FCIPD).
If you are looking to nourish or improve your mental and/or emotional health naturally, get in touch. I look forward to hearing from you!
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"After losing my wife quite recently, Kim introduced me to some essential oils to try and give me a bit of support with some issues I was experiencing. I cannot thank her enough for the recommendations and advice, which appear to be working, but ultimately her approach and understanding of people and how to support them."