Katherine has been on her own personal development journey for 17 years, during which time she has recovered from an eating disorder, learned to love herself and changed self-sabotaging relationship patterns that kept her single for many years. She is now in a healthy and loving partnership and recently got married. Katherine is known for her authenticity and vulnerability. She shares from the heart about her own struggles, creating a healing environment that encourages group honesty and facilitates self-awareness.
Katherine coaches one-to-one and hosts group retreats and workshops on love, self-love, relationships and creating a fulfilling life. She has received wonderful feedback, including the following reviews of her ‘How to Fall in Love’ retreats and her coaching:
Thank you for facilitating this amazing, transformative experience. You are gifted at giving space for voices, encouraging women and fostering dreams. I’m grateful!” – Mandy
“Katherine has helped me to see the blocks I have had to intimacy and relationships and helped me to understand when it is my intuition or my fear that's telling me to run a mile. Her approach is a delightful mix of wisdom, gentleness, honesty, authenticity and humour” – Catherine
"My experience of working with Katherine has been really profound. She is very very good at what she does. We've got to the bottom of stuff that I've never been able to understand before" – Rachel
“I think my coaching with Katherine is one of the best investments in myself that I have ever made,” – Kathryn
“Katherine brings back hope into your life and gives you just the right balance of gentle encouragement, personal insight and expert coaching” – Nina
- Katherine is a wise and intuitive guide - Sharon
Katherine has written about self-love, dating and relationships for the national media, including Psychologies magazine, Red magazine, the Telegraph, and the Daily Mail. She has also appeared on Woman’s Hour, Newsnight and has spoken on various stages, including the Southbank’s Women of the World Festival.
Katherine’s book has been featured in Psychologies and other media and was described by Psychologies editor Suzy Walker as a wonderful handbook on relationships, which requires you to be brave, dig deep and face your fears about falling in love.
Katherine has a Diploma in Counselling and Psychotherapy Skills from the Westminster Pastoral Foundation and has been in recovery from addictive and compulsive behaviours for 17 years.
Previously, Katherine worked as an international correspondent for the news agencies Reuters and Bloomberg, travelling with prime ministers and reporting from the Houses of Parliament. She eventually burnt out, broke down and understood that her passions lay elsewhere - in writing and speaking openly about her personal struggles and relationship challenges, and in helping others form healthy and loving relationships with themselves so that they can create lives that they love and fall in love.
Katherine's book: How to Fall in Love - A 10-Step Journey to the Heart