Siobhan Coulter dreams of a better world where love flows freely regardless of ability, race, age, gender or religion; where relationships are founded in love, kindness and respect; where people are cooperative, inclusive and compassionate; where interactions are joyous and positive. A dream where the world is fuelled by equality, positivity and love.
Siobhan believes that most people want this too; especially relationships lived in love. Since 2015, she has been assisting couples and individuals through her Tantric and Infinite Love workshops, meditations and talks in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and London. Siobhan’s workshops and meditations teach participants how to live a love-focused life using practical exercises and love-focused strategies and models. Participants are empowered by their own learning and experiences to start living with more love for themselves, others and the world. Participants learn to connect to Infinite Love and share it through openhearted communication, authentic commitments and deeper connections.
Trained in psychology, Siobhan is a Director, Practitioner and Meditation Facilitator at The Golden Space. She is a graduate of the international, certified, life-transformational “Awaken ~ the Divine You”® Program (completed to Egypt) and Instructor’s Certification Course Level One and Two, conducted by international, metaphysical, spiritual Master Umesh H. Nandwani of The Golden Space Centres. As such, Siobhan has been aligned, certified and approved to conduct meditations and life transformational workshops.
Siobhan loves to combine positive psychology research with energetic awareness to help create a more loving world. Prior to moving to Singapore, Siobhan completed her psychology degree in 1999 (University of Queensland) and honours in 2000 (Griffith University). She worked as a psychologist in private practice specializing in anxiety and panic treatments in Brisbane, Australia from 2002 to 2006 whilst also facilitating past life regressions, energy alignments and meditation classes. Siobhan has also worked with a broad range of clients including people with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities; victims of crime as a locum psychologist and telephone counsellor at Victims of Crime, Queensland; people with severe mental illness as a research assistant at the Queensland Centre for Mental Health Research; and students at Griffith University teaching Group Facilitation and Interpersonal Skills. Siobhan has personally undertaken extensive post-graduate studies into personal empowerment and its links to workplace health and happiness.