Hi, I’m Deb Hill, and I take an holistic approach to wellbeing which includes three aspects, the True Self (Soul), Mind, and Body.
I use this framework because of the amazing results I, as well as others have experienced using several tools, including Mindfulness, EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique), and how to practice simple principles found in nature.
After years of working with others I realised something was missing, and that something has turned out to be the core aspect of my practice.
It’s understanding that a healthy inner world is the key to lasting happiness.
That all aspects of being human need to be healthy and connected, the spirit, mind and body.
In fact, you move further and faster when all three aspects are brought into alignment.
Facing yourself without judging
Going within and accepting what you find, warts and all, as your truth, will set you free.
At first it appears difficult, painful even. But as you learn to look at yourself without judging, it becomes a rewarding experience.
In going within you’re led to a deeper, more meaningful understanding of who you are and why you’re here.
Within yourself lies your True Self (Soul) which is connected to a higher source of wisdom and Power.
Through separation from this aspect we’ve create suffering, unknowingly.
Therefore we uncover the source of our separation, the self limiting stories and attitudes which keep us stuck in the past.
As you address the shadow side, true integration begins, resulting in a genuine experience of connection and happiness.
The truth is who you really are is the person you were born to be. A unique, wonderful, and precious human being.
I’m a Social Worker and trained Counsellor, and I’ve worked in a range of Government, Non-Government and Private Practice settings with families, couples, children, young people, parents, and individuals, to address a wide range of topics including:
- Personal growth
- Self esteem issues
- Fear and anxiety
- Alcoholism and Addiction
- Marriage breakdown
- Family breakdown
- Loss of a partner
- EAP (Employee Assistance Program)
- Separation & Divorce
Any questions or queries, feel free to contact me here.