Iman is fortunate enough to have 3 qualifications- counselling, applied science and an aspect of science devoted to human factors and the manifestation of mental health issues to bodily symptoms.
Having being a corporate manager of safety and wellbeing in past years, makes Iman intimately familiar with the competing demands of corporate life, stress, deadlines and how work-life imbalance, inevitably impacts private relationships. Incorporating mindfulness skills in relationships helps.
Iman’s career progression from work with dysfunctional teams and poor interpersonal communication to teamwork between intimate couples was natural. Our interpersonal relationships are pivotal to happiness.
She loves learning, reading, writing, formal study and is a keen observer of humans and relationships.
Iman takes a collaborative and learning approach to work with couples. Each relationship is unique and a human’s individual needs and goals for their relationship matters. She helps couples chart a way forward to get out of being stuck and stop fighting and to build connection, bonding and achieve their goals. Enough loneliness, distance and disengagement!
Iman is trained in multiple therapeutic modalities… because her work as a couples therapist is one of her passions. She supervises and trains therapists in the Developmental Model of couples therapy.
She is a discernment counsellor and she loves helping couples make that very important decision – to stay or go. Iman is a specialist in this field as she has facilitated teams making complex decisions.
For couples who are uncertain about whether to divorce or not, Iman can facilitate the decision making process, on this important matter. Building trust and good communication are paramount to successful relationships. She helps to build greater connection and care between couples who choose to stay together or to separate amicably, if staying together is not the goal.