About

tulsi-current

For over 7 years now, I've been working with individuals and organisations to develop emotional intelligence and resilience, create positive personal and cultural change and enhance relationships and communication. I provide coaching, workshops and programs all with the focus on overcoming the barriers that hold us back from being the best we can be.

I'm a former lawyer with a psychology background. In my earlier days, I worked as an investigator and mediator of race and sex discrimination complaints at the Australian Human Rights Commission, as a child protection investigator at the Department of Education and Communities and as a pre-marriage educator/counsellor while doing lots of volunteer work including crisis counselling and working in a range of community organisations.

I've come a long way since then and feel so privileged to be able to work with so many people who are truly overcoming barriers to living their best life and are inspired to lead their own change. Speaking of which, I also volunteer with Dress for Success! This is an amazing organisation that supports women in need find employment. I love the organisation, I love the staff and I love the clients who I work with. I run workshops for Dress for Success clients on Trusting in Your Ability, Finding Your Vision and Goal Setting and Time Management and I also run coaching training for professional women who coach the Dress for Success clients.

Every day I see that it is possible to face your fears, to change longstanding habits that are holding you back and to live as the person you know in your heart you want be. We all experience our own challenges in life. I write about some of my own in my blogs on Wellbeing Magazine online. You can check them out here under Media. I know from my own and other people's experiences, that it is often small changes that can make surprising and profound differences which enable us to more easily manage our life's challenges and live our lives more fully.

You can do it. Lead Your Own Change.

Tulsi