I am Issachar aka Isiasha, a 37 year old single mother of 2 children with Special Needs diagnosed with Intergenerational Trauma. I was born in Doncaster in a deprived area on a council estate. I lived a life of intense trauma and eventually found answers within to break free.
I recovered severe mental illness and learnt about my trauma and nuerodiverse challenges - drug free - using various structures.
I researched and adapted to my individual needs. I then went on to successfully work in ancestral trauma, recovery of addiction and assisting others to positively change their lives from living in pain to peace with deeper understandings of life.
I have lived experience (alongside training) and will openly share my authentic self with others to assist in creating shifts. From trauma to tools to treasure I became a world-wide healing shamanic priestess / intuitive healer and conscious Life coach/ Transformation Mentor with a wide offer of skills and ability to look inwards with a bigger picture view.
Through looking at areas of lack of the ages I discovered how to bring love , integrity and learning to individuals to assist them in evolving.
I have worked alongside the the NHS, the local council, carers groups, Schools, University and many professionals with local offers to assist bringing in change for individuals and communities supporting the co-creation of happier healthier life for many . I also podcast for schools, universities and conferences on life topics supporting evolution within the collective. I work worldwide and appeared on others podcasts aswell as In the media multiple times.
I have studied many areas of life including: nutrition, history , psychology, human development, spiritual healing, trauma, recovery, science, mysticism, business, generational conditioning, self love, nature , Shamanism , life coaching , human rights and philosophy.
Past charity ambassador for Hallam FM and The Princes Trust. I placed first out of 500 businesses across Yorkshire and the Humber for success through hardship winning an award with Princes Trust.
I am also a Town Councillor and believe in speaking up where needed against the need to fit in. I have close relationships with multiple support services where communities reach out to me and I signpost due to sharing lived experience on my socials and in meetings creating changes for service users. I believe we have a right to have our human rights met without having to fight.
From traumatised child to alcoholic young adult living in self destruction, I journeyed to finally find freedom from within.
I am open to new opportunities in this adapt and flow life that I live in.