Paula Quinsee is a passionate advocate for positive and healthy relationships, personal development, well-being and GBV and empowering others with insights and tools to have the relationships and life they desire.
Imago Relationship Therapy was my turning point
When I was introduced to Imago Relationship Therapy in 2006, I had hit rock bottom (listen to my story below) with yet another failed relationship and my life was at an all time low.
Paula Quinsee was astounded at how powerful Imago is and the insights I gained into how our upbringing shapes us and the kinds of relationships we have. Our childhood is where the foundation of our emotional capacity is formed, and it’s this ‘baggage‘ that we carry with us throughout our lifetime.
Paula started my coaching journey in 2009 and have been working with people and organisations all over the world ever since. My focus and passion is working with people and organisations who have a vested interested in wanting to develop themselves to be able to have healthy relationships at home and in the workplace.
She believe life is a lifelong journey of learning and I am continually up-skilling myself with knowledge and tools to make an even greater impact in the lives of the people I am blessed to work with.
She is also an adventure seeker
Sport and an active lifestyle is my happy place and here you will often find me competing in several adventures such as:
The Comrades Marathon (14th overall/ 10th SA lady – 2009), Two Oceans Marathon (15th overall/11th SA lady – 2010), cycled from Sun City to Cape Town for charity, climbed Mount Kilimanjaro and walked the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu in Peru to mention a few.
I therefore know what it takes to set goals and the discipline, focus and motivation it takes to achieve your dreams and goals. Inspiring, motivating and touching people’s lives is my passion.
Most Popular Keynotes
Relationships Are The Currency Of The Future
Every day we impact peoples lives whether it be our children, friends or people in the work place through our interactions.
Busting The Myth Of GBVH
Whether we want to admit it or not, domestic abuse happens on a daily basis in our homes, businesses and communities.
Navigating The Now Normal
Living in a digital and remote world means life has become more complex and uncertain but the greatest luxury item people are desperately searching for is uninterrupted, distraction and digital free time and better mental health and well-being.