Alex Patchett-Joyce

Alex worked in the City for over 20 years as a ship broker and later management roles at a multi-national company. In 2004 Alex achieved MA in Conservation Studies at West Dean College, before running her own successful conservation studio, and working for the National Trust. Whilst studying at West Dean College Alex came across a profound self-development model that changed her life. Alex has completed over 400 days training in Hawaii and around the world to become a Certified Trainer in Psychology of Vision. Since 2008 Alex has been teaching, coaching and mentoring with this empowering cutting edge model both in the UK and Internationally. Alex has helped hundreds of people to transform their lives in profound ways.

Describe your approach to teaching:
I help artists and professionals find greater levels of awareness and connection to their innate potential. I guide, support and encourage them to explore deep in the mind to discover the unconscious blocks to their creativity, and then let go of them. This process unleashes their full creativity, and people discover more of their true nature, which is to be happy, fulfilled and successful.

What inspires your own work?
Helping people achieve their aspirations, realise their untapped possibility and full potential to reach the free-flowing creativity within. At the end of a workshop to experience the community of the group mind feeling expanded, limitless and free.

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