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Stacey Spilsbury
My passion is people and healing! My purpose is to help as many people as I can, and normalize therapy of all forms. My journey hasn't always been an easy one; as a child, I was diagnosed with a number of learning disabilities, which meant many hours of therapy. Of which I will always be grateful for. I went on to study marketing and business, during this time, I went through a massive life change. Questioning every decision I had made up to that point, which led me onto a road of self-discovery, church and the bible. Losing 25kg and exploring a new way of doing life, I grew some wings and explored the world. Spending a couple of years working in the sales department for an 'off-plan property investment company', in London. Afterwhich coming back to South Africa to marry the man of my youth, where we now share in the joy of raising our crazy brood of 4 little boys on a farm in rural South Africa. After a series of life events, and seeking the counsel of a therapist in order to find my own personal healing. This journey, leading me to pick up the books again and study, Career Guidance Counselling. All of this helped propel my passion of Mental Health and Physical Wellness. It was through a conversation, in 2019, with my darling friend Jess, in which we hatched up the concept of 'Online Therapy of all forms - Mind, Body and Wellness.' At this point, it had not been done before, and therefore we couldn't walk away. This is where it started, we co-founded and now co-own Connectable Life- making mental health and wellness easy, accessible and stigma-free. Our goal is to make, 'the therapy space,' accessible to all who need it. Highlighting the power of healing for everyone, wellness over illness.
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Embracing Vulnerability: The Path to Courage and Connection

Embracing Vulnerability: The Path to Courage and Connection Beautiful Humans💕 Let’s delve into a profound quote from BrenĂ© Brown, one that shines a spotlight on the exquisite vulnerability, authenticity, and courage. In a world that often aligns vulnerability with weakness, Brown reminds us that this quality is, in fact, a powerful source of strength and...Read More
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Loneliness: A Silent Killer and a Pandemic of Mental Health Issues

Loneliness Sadly, and even though we are living in an increasingly interconnected world, loneliness has emerged as a widespread problem affecting people of all ages and backgrounds. The impact of loneliness on mental health and overall well-being cannot be overlooked. It has been likened to a pandemic, as it poses a serious threat to individuals’...Read More
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Our thoughts can be so dangerous – The story we tell ourselves.

The story we tell ourselves, our inner thoughts, and the role they play. ‘An average person has about 12 000 – 60 000 thoughts a day. Of these 80% are negative and 95% are repetitive.’ Jess put this post in a blog the other day and it tied in perfectly with my topic for a local speaking...Read More
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Do you want to improve your life and build a better future? How a DNA genetic test can change your life

How a DNA genetic test can change your life Is it the blueprint you’ve always wanted?   I have always loved the idea of holistic, natural health care, but in saying that- I have not always been the most diligent at being healthy. I am a mom of 4 boys, and I have certainly had...Read More
Mindsets. Can they help you or hurt you? Connectable Life

Mindsets. Are yours Helping you or Hurting you?

What exactly are mindsets? The definition explained by Collins dictionary is: ‘If you refer to someone’s mindset, you mean their general attitudes and the way they typically think about things.’ Humans have questioned why some excel while others with the same talent don’t. Often the answer lies in the mindset of each human. Yes, there are often other factors at play; namely, hard work, the right...Read More
What is love, really? Connectable Life

What is love, really?

Why love is important. The beauty and sorrow. Love, according to the Oxford Dictionary:  ) noun an intense feeling of deep affection. “babies fill parents with feelings of love” 2. a great interest and pleasure in something. “his love for football” verb feel deep affection for (someone). “he loved his sister dearly” 2. like or enjoy very...Read More

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