Recover from injury

A helping hand on the road to recovery

Are you finding yourself feeling confused, upset and isolated after your injury?

Maybe you have broken bones and you’ve just come home from hospital. Or you’re on crutches and need to recover for the next few months after a car accident.

Everything from cuts, bruises, swelling, back pain, a broken leg, a broken collarbone, torn ligaments and tendons, other fractures and strains can all be hard to deal with.

Perhaps you’ve stopped doing things you love like walking to your local café or exercising? Are the basics – like taking a shower, making food or even standing up – painful and frustrating?

What does recovering from injury mean? A massive change to your life.

I want others to be free from the experience of isolation, lifestyle challenges and emotional roller coasters that I had when I was injured.

Recover from Injury provides a hub for people who want to recover from injury in the best way possible. You’ll find information, services and a supportive community to help you tap into your inner resilience and get the help you need.

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I’ve been able to accelerate the recovery process to be active again and do more of what I enjoy, armed with knowledge and skills that I can also apply in other areas of my life.

Claire took the time to understand my needs and was encouraging and supportive. I discovered some skills and resources that I can utilise further and Claire offered some other ideas that I hadn’t considered.

I’m very happy with the quality of the coaching I received; it was even better than I expected.



Claire you have given me validity to my thoughts and emotions as they sit today. You have given me strategies / tools to make me become more aware of where I sit with certain feelings at certain times and give myself permission to sit with these thoughts and emotions and take the needed time to work through them.

Overall I enjoyed our session. You kept our conversation on track (as I can be a wonderful rambler!) and you pushed my thinking beyond the boundaries of thoughts I’d already processed. I did not feel judged or that I was “wasting your time” (because I can do that i.e. my “issues/concerns” are not that important!). You gave me relateable scenarios and I felt understood and validated.



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