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Read the contributions Suzanne has made to articles below, or skip to her clients’ testimonials.

“If you find yourself being overly critical of people, take some time to recognize what you are feeling deep down. Put aside the reasons and the thoughts that support your behavior and focus on your emotions.” Read more


“Journaling is accessible, low-cost and can benefit you across many different aspects of your life,” says self-development author Suzanne Wylde. “You may know about the psychological benefits of journaling, but did you realize that it also has a powerful impact on your body?” Read more


“Oftentimes, clients ask multiple questions when they reach out via email or text. In your haste to respond back quickly or move on to other action items, you may only respond to the first question. Coach and author Suzanne Wylde recommends taking your time to carefully read and respond to client questions to avoid aggravating them.” Read more


Suzanne Wylde, a holistic coach and author, also pointed out the significance of noticing the little things in life. “I find that it is often in the small things that we find true happiness, because they are usually unencumbered by the weight of our expectations or other pressure,” she said. “As less can go wrong and it is less complicated, it is much more about us having a pure experience in the moment.”


In addition to finding it easier to focus on whatever task, thought, or person you choose to engage with, meditation will also help you to become more mindful. I find that phrase quite funny because, for me it is less about your mind is full, but open and clear so you can perceive the present moment with your whole self. But maybe we could see it as your mind being “full” of the present.

For some of us, the concept of mindfulness may feel a bit too worthy, pious, or perhaps even frivolous. However, what it means at the core is that you are fully alive and fully present in the moment. This not only helps us to be aware of ourselves and the situation around us, it can bring us peace while also helping us to avoid sleepwalking through our life and missing it.


“Use a starter phrase like ‘I feel’ or ‘I want’ and write it repeatedly until something else comes up and you go with that,” suggests holistic coach and author Suzanne Wylde. Do this for 10 minutes. The idea is that in writing freely, without expectations or explicit thoughts, new ideas and deeper feelings can come out.”


“The part of us that reacts out of irrational or disproportionate anger is usually reacting defensively because it feels vulnerable, even if it looks aggressive from the outside. So decisions made in this state are fear-based, reactive, desperate and narrow-minded or short-sighted,” Wylde says.


“The part of us that reacts out of irrational or disproportionate anger is usually reacting defensively because it feels vulnerable, even if it looks aggressive from the outside. So decisions made in this state are fear-based, reactive, desperate and narrow-minded or short-sighted,” Wylde says.


Self-expression is good for the soul and by bringing more creativity into the situation you can alleviate pent-up energy. This might be painting, drawing, singing, playing an instrument, dancing, writing or even movie-making and they can all be done at home. When people have made something they have put effort into, make sure that you acknowledge and applaud it — because when people are self-expressing they are putting a little piece of themselves on display, so this is not the time for criticism. You might want to hang pictures, record singing, watch the homemade movie together in a way that celebrates that person’s creativity and then see how it lifts them up.

– Suzanne Wylde

Suzanne Wylde, Holistic Coach and author of The Art of Coming Home, says, “Pauses are powerful things and help to create a space that is pivotal to boundaries, as well as making it less likely for people to assume you will always say yes.”


I have noticed that expectations are very limiting for people because they are an attempt at control by the part of us that is fearful.

Letting the fearful aspect of ourselves set the agenda for how we are viewing reality is a liability because if things play out in a different way, we can lose our sense of self and with it our balance, confidence, and spontaneity, among other things.

– Suzanne Wylde


“Suzanne Wylde, a holistic coach and alternative therapist, reminds us that ‘just being good or successful in general is not a substitute for actively engaging with our deep self and feeding it through an authentic experience of life.’ So, take the time. Practice the self-reflection. Be comfortable with being uncomfortable… 


Dubbed ‘life-changing’ Suzanne’s treatments have to be experienced to be believed.”


“… 6. COMFORT

Being able to provide our own source of emotional comfort means that we are less likely to feel sad when we do not have someone else’s good opinion, when other people do not seem to like us, when we feel we have failed at something or when a million and one other things go wrong. People who can do this for themselves are more resilient, happier, more confident, more relaxed and healthier. People who cannot may suffer from tiredness, low immunity, co-dependency, mood fluctuations, all-or-nothing attitude, a need to prove themselves or addictive behaviours.

– Suzanne Wylde


What Clients Say

I recommend [Suzanne] in a heartbeat. One of the most powerful sessions I have ever experienced. I had the feeling she connected to my soul and reflected the messages I needed to hear with insight and care. She intuitively guided me to integrate what was needed for me to leave the session feeling physically and mentally lighter and at peace with-in. Don’t think twice, book your session.

– Nicola Moss

Her treatment is quite special: surprisingly uplifting and thought-provoking. And she made me laugh. Highly recommended.”

– Kerry Shale

with Suzanne’s gentle prodding and guidance we peeled back the layers of the proverbial onion. I got to realise the “truths” that i had believed and had been holding on to so dearly, can simply be let go of. Letting go brings lightness, and with that lightness comes clarity and strength – all from within. Yes, after years of searching and longing for “the answer” from outside sources – it was within me all along!

I have come so far since first meeting Suzanne, and my journey continues. I don’t think there is ever a “destination” to get to, but what I know is I am constantly looking back, with a smile on my face, at how far I keep coming….

Stay curious, and let Suzanne guide you gently through your own journey. Believe me, you will only ever look back to smile at the journey you too have made xx.”  

– Susan M, London