Having trained with the UK’s leading bereavement charity CRUSE, she provides bereavement counselling to adults and young people struggling to cope with loss and grief.
In a self-employed capacity at a successful private practice in Yorkshire, she supports clients whose issues include: anxiety, depression, self-esteem, abuse, anger-management, self-harm, addiction, relationship issues, family dysfunction, eating disorders, bullying, work related stress, redundancy.
Nadine pursued a long-held ambition to qualify as a counsellor following a career spanning 20+ years working in some of the world’s poorest countries, with traumatized people in post-conflict and post-earthquake zones. This included working for The UN, International Non-Government Organizations, and European Union projects.
An advocate of life-long learning, she gained a BA Hons and Masters before training as a counsellor. She now updates her counselling knowledge by regularly attending clinical supervision and undertaking continuous professional development courses.
Having visited 78 countries so far Nadine still loves travelling, but in the UK she spends spare time with family and friends, enjoying life’s simple pleasures – going to gigs (80’s bands..) and running if her knees hold out!