Partnerships and Collaborations

Workshops, Webinars and Talks

I’ve created this 4 part webinar for the Link Centre, commissioned during the beginning stages of the Covid-19 Pandemic, when all of our work went online, and therefore colleagues already experienced in working face to face had to turn to online ways of service.

Note: Content adapted from Kate Anthony’s online resource guide and other CPD plus personal experience of working online

Click here to watch

Workshops and CPD Sessions with Onlinevents

Onlinevents has been a great resource for my CPD and networking.

It’s now become a partner who I really enjoy working with.

Saz and John Wilson are great!

Workshops I’m offering through Onlinevents (in the Business Tab)

My live one-hour chats with John Wilson

Sign up if you haven’t yet! Affordable and easy to access CPD for practitioners.

CPD sessions with Counsellors Together UK

I will be doing 1 hour CPD sessions with Maria from CTUK leading the questions from the live listeners. Anyone who can’t attend the live recordings can leave their questions also and we’ll address them on the live recording, which will be available to watch on demand after it’s recorded and edited.

A bit about who CTUK are:

UK Counsellors, also know as Counsellors Together UK (CTUK) started in July 2017 as a Facebook group discussing the prevalence of qualified counsellors being expected to work for free. Today, the group comprises over 5500 members whose main aim is to work together to end the culture and prevalence of unpaid work within our profession. 

Content Creation for Wellbeing Practitioners


Counsellors working with neurodiversity

We created this group with the aim to bring counsellors to get together to discuss neurodiversity in a safe space.

Our goal is not only for therapists to know how to work with the neurodiverse population, but also to raise awareness of what neurodiversity and autism actually entails.

Find out more about this great group I admin with three wonderful colleagues of mine via the blog post we wrote together, which will give you a clearer idea of who we are and why we’ve created this group.

Igniting Souls London Chapter

My journey with the Igniting Souls tribe started in May 2019 when I joined the Author’s Academy Elite. I’m quite excited to be publishing with AAE from now on, and in the process of writing my first novel with these great people, I stumbled across a great tribe and have now become a Chapter leader for the London Chapter of this great company. They are based in Ohio, USA, and am pleased to be a part of this journey, our journey.

This Igniting Souls Chapter’s Leader is Karin Brauner.

Igniting Souls Chapters will operate under the following guidelines. The goal of this covenant is to protect the integrity of the Igniting Souls brand and ensure alignment with organizational vision, mission, goals, and objectives.

Igniting Souls Chapters are for all individuals who have joined one of the Igniting Souls programs. Programs include Your Secret Name, The Deeper Path, Day Job to Dream Job, Author Academy Elite, Author Academy, Business Academy Elite, FIRE RING, Ghostwriter Academy, My Book Blueprint, Elixir Project Experience, or conferences, and live events, etc.

The purpose of each chapter is to build and foster relationships, provide consistent peer support, and offer ongoing connections beyond the annual Igniting Souls Conference and IS Tribe Facebook group. When gathering, let’s share wins, encouragement, and accountability.

We have an amazing group of individuals in the Tribe. The policies described below are an effort to protect your investment and the investment of others. Failure to abide by these terms may result in your permanent removal from the Igniting Souls Tribe chapter.

And as always…show up filled up! We believe in you.

If you want to join or find out more about the Igniting Souls tribe click here.

My personal groups can be found via my social media page.

I run 20 Self-Care Habits and Therapists’ Marketing & Business Support Hub (formerly get social with Saz, in partnership with Sandra Wilson and Onlinevents)

Counselling, Supervision, Coaching

Stacey Sabido, from Serenity for You and myself have partnered up to offer both practical and psychological support for people with hoarding issues, and their families.

Read the first blog post in a series about hoarding here.


Rita Garnto and I are planning some collaborations regarding Self-Care.

We have both published books on the topic, from very different perspectives.

Click the hyperlinks or the images to go to Rita’s or My Amazon Author Page.

Simple Self-Care Saved Me!

20 Self-Care Habits

Big thanks to Pat Capel for the latest book review, which you can find by following this link.

When I first published my book, I had a bunch of lovely people review my book.

You can read those reviews, and more about 20 Self-Care Habits here.

I am also working with various EAP and private companies as a counselling, psychotherapy and supervision providerface to face, online, English and Spanish

Thanks to Lara Knaggs for her blogs in Spanish, which are featured in my blogsite.

You can also find her via this link.

I also want to acknowledge Mayra Lam’s translations of many of my blog posts in English.

She’s a sworn translator from Guatemala.

Click here to find out more about her service.

Puedes leer los blogs en español via este link o haciendo click en la imagen arriba.

Articles written for:

TotalHealthSummit (Interviews)

Meet the Therapist

Is the law really working for those with learning disabilities?

Disability and Society: How have things changed?

My Profile


Don’t give up the day job (Private Practice, Autumn 2015)

Talking Point: My Ideal Supervisor (Therapy Today, November 2017)

Book Review (December 2017): Advances in Contemporary Psychoanalytic Field Theory: concept and future development, S Montana Katz, Roosevelt Cassorla, Giuseppe Civitarese

I’ve written other book reviews for The Private Practice Magazine, which I have in hard copy.

Therapist Profile

Supervisor Profile


From perfectionism to being happy being “good enough”

Healing takes place in the creative space of the therapeutic relationship

Counselling can help you look after yourself and your mental health

Increasing self-esteem in young people and children

Ways in which supervision is important (part 1)

Self-care: 10 tips to develop deeper and more meaningful self-care habits

Couples therapy: communication and responsibility

5 tips to look after your mental health this Christmas

5 rights that need to be respected in our personal and professional relationships

The benefits of sleep on your mental health

“Going Through” the Counselling Process

My Counselling profile

My Supervision Profile


Boundaries Without Guilt – Striking the Right Balance in Life


Is Supervision Therapy?

My Profile


Resident Blogger @ Chat2Us – Intro Post

Therapy Minded (soon)

Medium (soon)