Step-by-step, result-focused processes to bring unconscious behaviour to light

 Do you struggle with porn addiction, sexual shame, anxiety or inherited traumas?

Carl Jung wrote that “Man’s task is to become conscious of the contents that press upward from the unconscious.”

That ‘pressing upwards’ is your buried trauma surfacing for healing.

I’m here to help you bring your unconscious to light.

“Michael has become a wonderful influence on my life. His guidance leads to a radically new but overwhelmingly true perspective.”

— JD, Iowa, USA

Break Porn Addiction

“Michael helped me to see that I was not a victim of porn, rather that porn was a very diverse communication tool to help me to see myself, acting like a mirror.”

— CD, Canterbury, UK


Coaching


I provide outcome-focused 1-2-1 coaching using a range of process-oriented toolkits to help you bring the contents of your unconscious to light, for only there can you heal them.

Unconscious shame—shame of our emotions, body and sexuality—stops us accessing our deepest feelings.

Three kinds of unconscious shame


Toolkits


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Endorsements


“THANK YOU for shining a light on this problem. More need to understand the reality of porn and sex addiction and the invitation to identify the deep human woundedness that drives people to these behaviors.”

— Lauri Ann Lumby, OM, OPM, MATS

“Michael offers the partners of pornography-users a looking glass, window of opportunity to address their own sexual fears by encouraging conscious and open dialogue — to look at their own sexual wounds and encourage a new and healthier relationship.”

Cherie Roe Dirksen, self-empowerment author

“Michael is obviously a deep thinker and this combined with his rollicking writing style makes for an easy and entertaining read without losing the wonderful depth of meaning he offers us.”

— Joan Morgan McCarthy, author of Peace and Harmony: Reenvisioning Sexuality Education

Steve Halama