Kerry's passion for empowering people to believe in themselves, has certainly influenced her
exciting and challenging career choices as a public health nurse and leader within the NHS.
"All too often I have worked with young people whose childhood messages were not always
positive. Knowing that this affects our neural pathways is a scientific truth and impacts for a lifetime,
presenting in so many ways from limiting beliefs to sabotage thinking, affecting relationships, self-
worth and what we believe we can achieve, or deserve in life. Our experiences in life can go on to
embed these pathways further. It was this, that led me to want to know more and complete the
ultimate transformation course, knowing that our neural coding can be changed. The power of the
unconscious mind is extraordinary, and that self-belief is the foundation for change."
She was awarded outstanding health professional for her services to the more vulnerable and often
marginalised young people by Bedfordshire’s community health service.
She is an experienced coach within the NHS and provided mentoring and restorative supervision to
NHS staff at individual and team level, enhancing organisational performance. Kerry is also a trained
facilitator and trauma informed practitioner, going onto complete a Master of Sciences specialising
in child and adolescent development. Kerry continues to practice part time as a nurse for young
people under 25, identifying and supporting unmet health or emotional wellbeing needs. She has
noticed a significant and concerning rise in young people presenting with anxiety following the
Kerry is also committed to supporting women through the perimenopause/ menopause which can be a time of challenge for so many. Hormonally driven changes presenting often as physical
symptoms, but it can be the emotional element that may cause a significant impact. Women that are
perhaps finding themselves beginning to lose confidence, or increased anxious thinking, and
generally starting to question their own abilities.
On a personal level Kerry has overcome some of life’s more challenging experiences and knows the meaning of having to dig deep and find resilience. She is privileged to have travelled and worked
internationally before becoming a mother to her lovely sons, who she went onto bring up as a lone
parent. She relocated to beautiful West Wales in 2020, to be married to “a true Welshman."
With gratitude, Kerry’s relationship with alcohol ended in 2006, she continues to share the message
of recovery and hope in another arena, supporting women who are committed to living a lifetime of
Email her at email@example.com to organise this.
- Certified Practitioner of Time Line Therapy
- Certified NLP Coach
- Certified Practitioner of NLP
- Board Approved Coach
- Child Centred Bereavement Training
Kerry can run sessions from her cosy office in Wales as well as via Zoom. She will send out questions via email for you to complete prior to your session with her.
As a mum of three, Bec understands that things can be tight when you have a family. Committed to supporting children to feel happier, she has a reduced rate for children under 10 years of age.
For the first face to face session you will need to allow 90 minutes, and 60 minutes for any subsequent sessions. A Zoom session will be around 60 minutes in total.
20 minute phone consultation (free)
60 minute session costs £130
90 minutes session costs £180
60 minute subsidised fee for children under 10 - £100