Emma Kate lived the first 38 years of her life living a paradox. On the one hand, she failed to fully be aware the driving force that caused her to self-destruct over and over again. A failed marriage that used to be full of manipulation, regulate and violence, a second that used to be even more violent. She used to be a trier. She used to be changing others through her vocation, but she felt a fraud, as she perceived she used to be failing to change herself.
The death of her first husband, the much-loved father of her beloved son Charles, motivated her to discover the roots of her problems and begin the healing process. This dramatic change of outlook in her life used to be met with great resistance. Her approach to helping thousands of families facing the same jeopardy transformed her as the founder of I Can See No Way and writer of Authenticity Transformational Programme. Her clients will also be seen all over the place. We are all over the place. From senior police officers to teachers to social workers. To barristers, bankers solicitors, and bartenders. To prisoners to the homeless to those seeking toughen in refuges and protected houses. They are male, they are female, from diverse backgrounds. We are all over the place.
In 2014, her clients, all women who had endured domestic violence suggested they write to the Prime Minister and the Queen to request she be recognized in the Queen’s Birthday honors. The very next week, she used to be fired. She’d crossed the bureaucratic boundary; she’d made a scene. It’s in those moments when people’s heads go under the parapet that Emma Kate’s rises high above it. In spite of everything she can see a way, and wants her Authenticity to be magnetic to those who cannot see a way out. She’s a victim she’s a survivor. She’s a mother, daughter, and a friend.