As a clinical hypnotherapist, I have been personally trained and certified by Marisa Peer as she is the only person that teaches her innovative RTT® approach. She is one of the top therapists in the world and her work with RTT® is recognized and highly acclaimed and awarded by many professional bodies.
General Hypnotherapy Register, the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council, the National and International Council of Psychotherapists, the American Board of Hypnotherapy, the International Association of Complementary Therapists, the International Institute of Complementary Therapies and many other International bodies.
I addition to my initial qualification I undertake rigorous and ongoing professional development relating to Trauma, Abuse, CBT, NLP, Hypnotherapy, Mindfulness, Meditation, Psychology and Psychotherapy.
For continued professional accreditation my work is monitored by the Marissa Peer organisation, and by default the above bodies.
In October 2010, I nearly committed suicide. It is my own personal healing journey; overcoming CPTSD, deep depression and social anxiety, along with my professional training that led me to develop the unique therapy and methodology that I use today. I specifically help others to heal from their own deep seated emotional wounds due to past abuse.
My recovery was a huge milestone in my life, and I hope that we will work together and healing from your trauma will become a significant step in your life too!
I am nearly 55 years old!
In May 2006 I emigrated to Australia from the UK with my husband and our twins (boys, now grown up in their 20s)
Most of my current work is conducted online which allows me to work all over the world… as long as I have a laptop and a connection, I can serve someone!
Nowadays due to family commitments I split my time living between the UK and Australia
I get so many comments and questions about my business name and I really don’t mind if people call me sally or Sarah, I answer to both.
The business name is really for my Dad.
When I was younger my favourite name was Sally so my Dad gave me the nickname of Sal. A hybrid of Sally and Sarah. To this day he still calls me that and is the only person who ever has! So, I opted for Sallyg (G for my surname Griffiths) as a reference to that connection between us.
Aside from my clients ( who I serve passionately) my other interests are:
Cooking, I just love to plan a meal, buy the ingredients and cook, especially in an open kitchen where family or friends stand and chat to me while I work. If it involves a glass if wine, well, all the better!
Reading, I don’t get a lot of downtime but am an avid reader and audio books are a great option when I am literally too tired to read.
Walking, more recently as I have been spending more time in the UK and the stunning countryside, I have started walking again, very good for me!
Wine, I am lucky enough to live close to one of the finest wine regions in Western Australia (when I am there) and being surrounded by wineries I developed a desire to know a bit about wine, and of course a taste for the too.
I love dogs! And rescue dogs in particular, my last two dogs have come from the RSPCA and have just been wonderful. There is nothing like giving a loving home to a dog that needs one. They are such wonderful loyal creatures.
I am passionate about elephants, such incredible creatures and so persecuted. I wear a necklace with an elephant on it, a heart for my dogs and an acorn for the start of my businesses. I rarely take it off as these things are very important influences in my life…
Children’s charities are where I tend to focus my giving and child sponsorship is very rewarding. I have been doing it for about 20 years now and never intend to stop. I know first- hand of the difference that it makes, not just to the child but, the whole family and the community.
My aim is to use my business to establish a foundation to bring awareness to the extent of sexual abuse and to find a way to provide funding for those who need help to heal…
Is my happy place, I love the sea, the sight, the sound, the smell and again, am spoilt in Western Australia because the coastline is stunning.