My passion is to inspire people through awareness.

I am available for speaking engagements and workshops on emotional intelligence, emotional health, building resilience, and EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) as emotional first-aid. In my work, I share how mobilising emotions regulates interactions, physical health, and responses to daily stress. How engaging with our emotions rather than trying to manage or control them builds emotional resilience.

I have given educational talks to interns and GPs, as well as presenting at conferences and lecturing at the Asia Yoga Conference in HK. I am passionate about educating on the impact of emotional health on well-being and the effect of stress on our mental and physical states.

I also provide information/training sessions to NGOs on numerous topics within the field of vicarious trauma, emotional health and self-care.

If you are interested in inviting me to speak or teach at your event, your workplace, or as part of your well-being programme, please get in touch with me for more information.

What People Are Saying

Informative, clear and practical training that is deceptive in its ease and deep in its result.

Cameron Darcy, Hong Kong

Falguni is really a very Experienced Trainer. I learned a lot from her real-time demonstrations. Thank you.

Tina Suiling Wong, Hong Kong

The content was relevant and appropriate. EFT is new for all the ambassadors so the great balance between verbal introduction and direct practice of the tapping for several times during the training is very effective in introducing EFT approach and methods. All team members who participated agreed that it’s something practical and beneficial.

PathFinders, Hong Kong

I worked with Falguni for over a year at Christian Action (Refugee and Asylum Seeker Support). She not only gave the vulnerable clients I referred very attentive support, I also had a session with her. During that session I felt safe, supported and that Falguni was completely confidential. I felt my clients were in excellent hands after that experience.

Taraka Sticha (Bach Ed, MA SW and PG Arts Therapy), Hong Kong