‘I’ll just speak from my heart, so growing up in a traumatic environment, you establish a victimised mentality, you become a victim. My journey in life is a journey of changing that victim mentality of disempowerment to one of finding out who I really am and getting to know the power that I have. You don’t have to be defined by your past, you don’t have to be defined by your time in prison, that does not define you. Your trauma history does not define you. Let’s find out who you really are. Let’s get to the heart of you, lets explore and travel together to get you to a point where you can look in the mirror and say ‘I love you”.
After many years counselling the most marginalised in society Kate will soon be opening her own practise specialising in helping disadvantaged and disenfranchised women to overcome the effects of abuse , trauma, addiction and mental health issues. Kate began her career as a Senior Welfare Domestic Violence Officer, before working at a Manly women’s shelter as as intake and case Manager Intake Officer. This lead her to become a Specialist Psychologist for NSW Corrective Services.