Lisa Billingham is an author and healer who wants to make a difference to people's lives.
This episode is all about using writing as part of the healing process and not bury feelings away.
Lisa talks honestly and candidly about her firsthand experience of how writing helped her in her darkest times when she was depressed and having suicidal thoughts.
This podcast will empower you to want to heal, be vulnerable and be courageous.
Lisa expresses that she was in full flow of a low in her life before she discovered journalling, then she delved straight in, she couldn't even read her writing she was so immersed, but it didn't matter, she just wanted to get what was going on inside her out, which she discovered was a repetitious process.
We have an insightful upbeat conversation sharing what writing and gratitude through writing has brought to our lives.
Lisa is a fun-loving, caring individual with a wide range of life experiences.
A self-published author, intuitive reader, wellbeing coach, crystal therapist & public speaker.
She was diagnosed with stress, anxiety and depression in 2011 and struggling to find a way through without prescription medication is where her journey began.
The personal growth work she has carried out has helped her recover from all that life has thrown at her.
Her outlook on life has done a 360-degree turn as she can now see how self-love and positivity are the keys to a happy, successful and fulfilled life.
Connect with Lisa
Her Book is: Katie, A New Chapter - details available through the link above.
Connect With The Host Versha Patel works with high-achieving women 40+. Helping them prioritise themselves, their health, give themselves more energy and overcome hidden battles they face inside themselves. Ending self-sacrifice mindset and start living the way life wants them to live. She's a Health and Wellbeing coach & consultant, working with both organisations and women directly.
She is currently researching what issues women are facing in their workplace and health and wellbeing concerns that relate and what they feel is missing for them to thrive at work. Get in touch with her if you would like to take part in the research.