As an Integrative Coach, Nishe brings a wealth of experience and technical insight to the trusted partnerships she builds with her clients, supervisees, and course participants. Having completed the Animas diploma in 2016, Nishe went on to train as an Integrative Hypnotherapist, EFT & Matrix Reimprinting Practitioner, NLP Trainer, and Coach Supervisor. She works as an associate coach for several organisations, and has her own private practice that focuses on supporting individuals to navigate the demands of modern life by creating connections that spark ideas, enhance confidence, and build engaging relationships.Nishe is committed to her personal and professional growth. Her interests within the world of coaching and therapy shifts as she continually develops. At present, she is focused on how we can communicate with parts of ourselves i.e.inner critic, inner child etc to access our hidden internal resources (see her Animas talk on this subject below). Nishe’s fascinated by systems i.e. society, culture, families etc that influence the people we are and how we engage with the system itself. And she cannot seem to escape the allure of linguistics, not only the power of the words we use, but also how we deliver and receive them, which can have a significant impact on our experience. Nishe runs her own website Happy Connections and is focused on identifying and establishing the connections that best support individuals achieve what they want. If this connects with you in some way, go ahead, jump in, and have a look around. As a trainer, Nishe fully engages with the learning space, while maintaining awareness of where each participant is on their individual journey. She creates warm and engaging environments where everyone is encouraged to flourish through the exploration of their ideas and experience. Her diverse training background, means she can confidently engage in varied conversations across coaching approaches, and offer insight from a range of psychological perspectives. Through all of this, Nishe is committed to supporting all participants to embed the skills they learn, while staying true to who they are as practitioners.