“Alice is a joy to work with. She is extremely intuitive and our sessions always uncovered subconscious beliefs and past trauma which she helped me to clear."
I am an empathetic EFT practitioner and creative. I am now based in London but grew up surrounded by nature and wildlife in the West Coast of Scotland.
As a sensitive person, I particularly enjoy working with sensitive clients and helping to build levels of self-acceptance and confidence. I have a lot of understanding of stress, anxiety, performance worries and physical traumas but I enjoy working with people in all areas.
My time studying and my early career lead me to be in a strong position to work with clients. I first gained a degree in Philosophy and Psychology from the University of Oxford before training in Musical Theatre and then in the Meisner Technique. This lead me to gain an in depth understanding of people, the mind, brain and the body. I love exploring my client’s individuality to help them apply EFT in a way that aids their growth and that really works for them.
I arrived at EFT whilst working on my own anxiety. Throughout my life, I had tried many other forms of therapy and none of them had worked. If anything, they had a detrimental effect. EFT was recommended to me and from the first session, I felt a sense of calm which I didn't even know was possible. From there, I went on to use EFT daily on many aspects of my life before deciding to act as a guide for others along their journeys.
I am constantly learning and adding to my tool box. I am training to become a practitioner in Eden Energy Medicine and have a great interest in Shamanic practice. Outside of my practice, I spend much of my time dancing, singing and practicing Qigong.
Education and Certifications
University of Oxford
BA in Philosophy and Psychology
Performance Preparation Academy
Diploma in Musical Theatre
Eden Energy Medicine
Training in Certification Programme
All of us are born into the world with endless opportunities and possibilities. Over time, we become shaped by our experiences and by other's opinions of us. You may have noticed this in yourself. A common example is when people find themselves being unable to say 'no' to things and yet remember being able to as a child. When did this change? What caused this shift? What if we can start to ask these questions and begin to break down some of the barriers that are holding us back? From here, we can make a move towards re-opening the full palace of possibilities that's available to each and every one of us.