Miss Gina Battye

Spiritual Teacher
Gina Battye

Described as “The Best of Louise Hay and Ellen DeGeneres”, Gina Battye is an internationally sought after authenticity coach, TV show host and award-winning LGBT speaker.

Gina reconnects individuals to their Authentic Self & is the leading voice for LGBT self help.

Through her work as a regular columnist for leading LGBT magazines worldwide and TV show host Gina is advising, mentoring and transforming the lives of thousands of LGBT individuals around the world.

To find out more about Gina visit http://www.ginabattye.com

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Specialities: Authenticity, Authentic, LGBT, The Soul Work, Mindfulness, Beliefs, Self Help, Self Discovery

Areas of Specialty

Life Coaching

Spirituality

Success Coaching

Treatment Methods

Business Coaching

Coaching

Intuition Development

Law of Attraction

Life Coaching

Meditation and Guided Visualization

Mindfulness

Physic Readings

Spiritual Healing

Success Coaching

Books Gina has Published

How To Destroy The Belief I Am Not Good Enough – For Life

In this free guide you will learn: 1. Where the belief comes from 2. Why all the other things you have tried haven’t worked 3. The 4 tools you will need to destroy ‘I am not good enough’ for life

Articles Gina has Published
How to Support Your Non-Binary Employees
How to Support Your Non-Binary Employees

Introducing... Non-Binary Is it a boy or girl? The first question that excited parents-to-be are asked. Because if we know, we can buy blue for a boy or pink for a girl. Right? "Awww, look at her. She »

Introducing... Non-Binary Is it a boy or girl? The first question that excited parents-to-be are asked. Because if we know, we can buy blue for a boy or pink for a girl. Right? "Awww, look at her. She is a beautiful little thing!" From being a teeny tiny baby you hear yourself referred to based on the sex you were assigned at birth. And that, is decided from your genitalia. "How is he doing? Is there..

Miss Gina Battye · one day ago

Miss Gina Battye · one day ago

What To Do When You Experience Homophobic, Biphobic,
What To Do When You Experience Homophobic, Biphobic, Transphobic or Interphobic Abuse

Celebrating International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia: 17th May 2018 Let's start by defining what we mean by homophobia, biphobia and transphobia. What we are talking about here are »

Celebrating International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia: 17th May 2018 Let's start by defining what we mean by homophobia, biphobia and transphobia. What we are talking about here are a range of negative attitudes, feelings or actions directed towards homosexual, bisexual, transgender and non-binary people, or those perceived to be gay, bisexual, trans or non-binary. Interphobia..

Miss Gina Battye · May 15th, 2018

Miss Gina Battye · May 15th, 2018

How To Support Your LGBT+ Employees With Their
How To Support Your LGBT+ Employees With Their Mental Health

Celebrating Mental Health Awareness Week: 14th – 20th May The UK faces a significant mental health challenge at work. The report, Thriving at Work (2017), states: "There is a large annual cost to employers »

Celebrating Mental Health Awareness Week: 14th – 20th May The UK faces a significant mental health challenge at work. The report, Thriving at Work (2017), states: "There is a large annual cost to employers of between £33 billion and £42 billion (with over half of the cost coming from presenteeism – when individuals are less productive due to poor mental health in work) with additional costs from..

Miss Gina Battye · May 10th, 2018

Miss Gina Battye · May 10th, 2018

Behind The Scenes Of Social Conditioning in the
Behind The Scenes Of Social Conditioning in the LGBT+ Community (LGBT+ Mental Health)

Did you hear any of these messages as a child? You can't have ice-cream unless you eat your greens. Put it back, we can't afford that. Money doesn't grow on trees. You need to go to school, get an education »

Did you hear any of these messages as a child? You can't have ice-cream unless you eat your greens. Put it back, we can't afford that. Money doesn't grow on trees. You need to go to school, get an education and get a good job. It's just a graze. You are ok. Stop crying. Boys wear blue, girls wear pink. Don't talk to strangers. Wait until your mother/father gets home. You are not good at art/maths/spelling...

Miss Gina Battye · May 1st, 2018

Miss Gina Battye · May 1st, 2018