Your SHEro's Journey

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Oct 18, 2015

**Please be advised that this interview contains topics that may cause some people distress.


Welcome!  Today’s SHEro Tabitha Jayne (Tabi), who shares how she went from a troubled young person to a published author, international speaker, eco-psychologist, and natural growth consultant.  

She helps people create meaningful and purposeful, stress-free lives and businesses with the help of nature. She is the creator of The Nature Process and Tree of Transformation.

Join me for an inspiring conversation with Tabi!


Tabi’s life turned around when she was 22 and her younger brother, age 17, was killed in a car accident.  

Until that point, she used drugs and alcohol to mask the pain of a troubled childhood that included being bullied at school and a rape incident at age 16.  It was the loss of her brother that motivated her to stop 'wasting her life' and to begin pursuing her dreams.


In this episode, Tabi discusses:

  • Tabi realised that our society does not deal with death well. She had to find ways to work through her grief, which led her to rediscover nature that she had loved as a child.

  • She noticed that when she spent more time outside that she felt better.

  • She found trees to have a magical quality and shares the inspirational story of climbing a tree that brought her back into fellowship and harmony with nature.

  • Tabi found a way to merge her two loves of nature and psychology to become an “eco-psychologist.” She learned how to use coaching to articulate and teach others.

  • Tabi shares how her journey of the last five years has involved connecting with others through the power of nature. “The future belongs to those who are nature-smart.”—Richard Louv

  • Tabi addresses the dilemma of how modern society can balance technology and nature.

  • Everything in nature has a path of growth and renewal just like we, as humans, need growth and renewal.

  • Tabi uses the reality of light and dark in nature as metaphors for the stages and steps in our lives.

  • Tabi’s greatest success has been the development of The Nature Process, which is a 5-step online program and now, a book. 

  • Proceeds from her program have raised huge funds for Tree Sisters, which supports feminine leadership and reforestation.

  • “When I struggle to have faith, I go to nature. When I couldn’t believe in myself, I could believe in nature.”

Biggest Learning:

'Confidence within myself and trust.'

To realise how valuable she is and how valuable her knowledge is to the world.

Because of her interests, Tabi was so used to perceiving herself as weird one in her family that she didn’t want to share her gifts with the world.

It was the most humbling experience of her life to share her knowledge of nature with others and see their transformation.

Favourite Quote:

“For what is it to die but to stand naked in the wind and to melt into the sun?" Kahlil Gabran

Theme Song:

Bird Sounds - Nature Sound Therapy

SuperShero Name:

Nature Geek


About Tabi:

Tabitha Jayne is a natural growth consultant, eco-psychologist, author and speaker.

She's also the creator of The Nature Process and Tree of Transformation. Her shero's journey started with the death of her younger brother when she was twenty-two.

Tabitha helps professionals and organizations eliminate stress with the healing power of nature. If you want to create a meaningful and purposeful stress-free life and business go to to find out more about Tabi and sign up to get regular updates.


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Interview Links And Resources:

Tabi's Website

Tree of Transformation

Tabitha's books

Tree Sisters