I have been interested in tarot and Mediumship since a very early age, I am the daughter of a reader and growing up my mum always had a pack of cards around that I would read. I am a natural empath and medium, I would regularly have visitors that only I could see. My favourite pack of cards are my first that mum bought for me and they will always be my favourite.
What do you like most about giving readings to clients?
I love when clients can go away with a more positive and clearer outlook on what they want to do next, helping them decide their next course of action.
How would you say you are typical of your star sign?
As a Sagittarius I am definitely independent and strong willed. I think I also tend to take on a leadership role no matter what the project and always go for what I want.
When do you remember being first aware of your gift?
When I was small I had an invisible friend who would tell me when things were happening. Mum always told me that even when I was playing at the bottom of the garden and she would come to call me because tea was ready but would always find me there by the door because my friend had told me.
What is your most memorable experience with a client?
My favourite reading recently has been the one I did to join Psychic Sofa, when I read I like to 'feel' my cards and when I was doing the reading I realised I hadn't felt my cards so strongly for a long while.
What other experiences or qualifications do you have that you feel compliment your work as a reader?
I have had a lot of challenges to overcome to get to where I am so I have an understanding of not only reading cards but of why people turn to tarot readers for guidance, my empathy, my openess to listen and the fact that I really care that what I'm telling a client can massively impact their lives.
What is the most important thing for a person to consider when they decide to have a psychic reading?
I think a client needs to have a clear idea of what they want to get out of the reading, if they are unsure of their questions it can lead to a vague or muddled connection and affect a reading.