The Covid-19 pandemic means there is no need to ask why we built an online course for mental wellbeing. Peak performance is a skill. It involves being able to consistently operate at your personal best. It demands well honed productivity skills, emotional intelligence, psychological wellbeing, physical health – and a curious mindset. And it involves getting to know yourself. Your strengths, your weaknesses, and the things that bring you joy.

“Skip the wait – discover what I teach my clients when I work one-on-one”. Join me online from the comfort of your home.


We know what it feels like to be physically healthy – and we all take great care of our dental health. But what about our mental health? Mostly, we just take it for granted until challenged.

But just like working out physically can lead to more physical energy, working on your psychological skills can increase your productivity, lift your mood, help you make better decisions and it can help you feel happier! It can boost immune functioning, improve relationships and help you sleep soundly. It sounds incredible, but these are just some of the reasons why I am so passionate about teaching mental health skills and strategies in my workshops, webinars and online courses.

In Think Differently you’ll learn the secrets to help you understand your mood, arousal levels and energy levels. Even better – I’ll show you how to implement strategies used by the world’s most successful people to manage your mood, boost motivation, and increase your energy.

  • Discover why you sometimes feel like an imposter
  • Get the skills to stop caring so much about what others think
  • Leverage neuroscience techniques for confidence and motivation
  • Learn how to say goodbye to anxiety and stress
  • Stop procrastinating
  • Discover the secrets to a good night’s sleep
  • Work on your personal strengths and weaknesses
  • Steal gold standard techniques from therapy and use them to change your own life


Originally I began creating this course for clients, and for the people who couldn’t get to Sydney for a workshop.

Even though I’m a Doctor of Clinical Psychology, I often see myself as a performance coach. In the 8 years of University training, I discovered I am a passionate nerd when it comes to the brain, the mind, and the connection to the body. For my research Doctorate, I created and tested an online program that worked to treat anxiety and depression. When I created that program there was a lot of demand to participate – and it made me realise just how many people have what’s called “sub-clinical” symptoms.

That’s when you don’t feel bad enough to get a diagnosis, but life is less than great. And you know it. It’s when your functioning is already good, but you feel burnt out. Or you yell a lot. Or can’t sleep. Or sleep too much. Or comfort eat. Or comfort shop, or end your night with a glass of alcohol. There is an endless list of ways to cope when we feel less than optimal.

Lots of my clients are already in a “good’ place – but they are looking for great. They want to reach their potential and to fully enjoy their life. They want it all.

That grew into this program. Developed from thousands of hours of one-on-one work, with thousands of incredible, inspiring clients, struggling to manage the demands of senior executive roles, the demands of parenting, of overwhelming anxiety, of decision making, of public speaking, of juggling life. It’s a complilation of  techniques that work. Techniques that I know have helped change lives. Techniques that I use myself to juggle the demands of being a wife, a mother, a cancer survivor and a business owner.

And, of course, the pandemic came along and added extra pressures…homeschooling, working from home, isolation, grief, financial stress and uncertainty. The content in the course has remained the same: because it’s these strategies that can help navigate all of life’s challenges.

If you are exhausted, stuck, frustrated but ready for change – this course was written for you.

Join me.  Doors open again shortly: join the waitlist now.

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