At the age of 15, my family and I were evicted from Uganda by the despot Idi Amin. Suddenly we were homeless. The following years were traumatic with challenging cultural, social and educational landscapes to navigate. The stress of exodus led to my father’s death at age 55 – he died of a massive cardiac arrest. The effect of this stress on me took a different form: I became emotionally disconnected and made some terrible decisions. It also took its toll on my physical body – I suffered a prolapsed disc when I was pregnant with my first child. This remained undiagnosed for several years, leading to a great deal of emotional and physical pain. Finally, a McTimoney Chiropractor, Deep Tissue Massage Therapist and Energy Healer got me pain free.
That’s’ when I decided to train in all these modalities to provide a similar service to other women who were being turned away and asked to live with their pain.
For the last 20 years, I have been helping women manage their pain and stress.
During the Pandemic, I provided on-line support to my clients in stress management, Mindfulness and pain management. As the official figures show, women have been severely affected by the Pandemic so I now also lead Stress Management Workshops especially geared to Women.
My Education & Training
Stress Management Trainer with the Stress Management Society – accredited by Institute of Leadership Accreditation
Clinical Hypnotherapy – London College of Clinical Hypnotherapy
BSc (Hons) Psychology – University of Reading
MSc Behavioural Neurophysiology – University of London
Diploma in Chiropractic – McTimoney College, Abingdon
Ergonomics – University of Surrey
Bereavement Volunteer with CRUSE Bereavement Care
“There is nothing standard or theoretical in my approach, it is entirely outcome focused. As some guru said: doing the same thing and expecting different results is a sign of insanity. So you and I will work together to help you achieve important physical, emotional and behavioural changes to facilitate your recovery from Stress/Anxiety/Trauma related issues. Sometimes the journey to unravelling the problem can be a painful one, but if you want to truly clear the decks, then this pain is required…otherwise, stay with the pill cocktail you currently are on.”
Organizations I am a Member of
British Society of Clinical Hypnotherapists
Federation of Holistic Therapists
Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council
What Our Clients Say
“I have used Diksha’s expertise on several occasions and the results have always been excellent. I would highly recommend her.”
Lesley Everett – Professional Speaker
“By using the FiXme Way, Diksha was not only able to fix my shoulder, but has worked wonders with my sinuses. The improved sleep and better breathing have given me so much more energy, for which I’ll be forever grateful – thanks Diksha!”
Kay – Property Developer
“If you think you’ve exhausted all avenues and feel that the pain is just going to be there, do not give up until you give Diksha and the FiXme Way a chance.”
ME – Account Director DELL
The New Woman
An empowering anthology featuring 33 women from 5 continents sharing their phenomenal stories of transformation. The stories within this book illustrate how the women became broken and in their journey of repair, they have found golden threads that have made them whole again. As they transform, they are even more beautiful and have learned to know their value, just like the increased beauty and value of the Kintsugi bowls.
Featuring: Ritu Sharma, Illa Khagram, Tiffany Henkel, Andrea Malam, Hafiza Khatun, Jenni Harris, Azmina Jiwa, Donna Joseph, Mirabel Ngong, Maureen A Lewis, Nina N, Sangeeta Patel, Ruth Cyster-Stuettgen, Samantha Pearce, Poonam Karwal, Sonal Dave, Jaswinder Challi, Yvette Pearce, Sophie Kemoko, Suman Manghra, Saboohi Gill, Bal Heer, Jemma Rosenthal, Susanne Virtanen, Maxine Palmer-Hunter, Diksha Chakravarti, Delcie Hopley, Rajee S, Shazia Nawaz, Raj Rana, Sandhya, Jayasri Banala and Monika Bammi.