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Annie Cap grew up as the youngest child in a large family in the Pacific Northwest. Although, she spent most of her life in Oregon and Washington states, she'd always wanted to see the world. Finally in her late 30s, she left the U.S. "to travel for a year" and ended up instead working in the City of London, in what was at that time her dream job. Annie has lived in England ever since, and traveled all over the UK, Europe, Russia, Egypt, and Northern Africa.
Annie now has dual-citizenship and calls Canterbury her home, living there full-time with her English husband and their black rescue cat, and three chickens.
After close to 20 years in the high-tech telecommunications industry (which is how she was able to work in London and Europe), she wanted to help people rather than corporations and became a therapist and coach, more than a decade ago. Thinking her life would slow down after retraining, however, was a mistake. Life's just as busy as ever, but different and much more satisfying. She's become an expert in her field of energy psychology, and gained a reputation as "the therapist's therapist" and someone who can often help people who others haven't been able to. Some seven years ago, Annie discovered her clients' language was pointing to their past, and she developed The Iceberg Process, which accelerates change, releasing people from what is keeping them stuck.
She works with clients around the world via Skype, telephone and in-person at her clinic.
Her many clients, an English cottage country garden, theories to explore and books to write keep Annie very busy.
Annie loves people and just about everything...She can't get enough of the outdoors, art, writing, photography, snowskiing and scuba diving, as well as entertaining.
Her most memorable moments in life have feeling connected with her mother as she died at a distance, diving with giant manta rays off Lady Elliot Island on the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, her wedding day with a huge marquee reception in her field, and having a one-woman art exhibition at the Canterbury Marlowe of her paintings of butterflies and angels.
Living in England has been magical for Annie; it's allowed her to develop as a person, figure things out (a bit!), and grow as an energy psychology therapist and writer. She's been able to experience more things in this life, living overseas, than she ever thought possible.