One to One: Coaching and Therapy
Stress, burnout, anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anger or addictive behaviour: these distressing symptoms tell us that our life is not working at the moment. Sometimes the symptoms are less obvious – you may feel stuck or unlike yourself.
The modern, scientific art of psychotherapy can support you in developing your natural resources and deepening your understanding to achieve lasting emotional health. We look at life holistically, not only your symptoms, and very much focus your on future, not your past.
I work from my practices in Rye, East Sussex and in Woodchurch (Ashford), Kent – and Skype coaching or therapy suits certain types of of situations very well.
Therapy can be effective, brief (with an average of 4 – 6 sessions) and practical.
The basis of my work is informed by the human givens approach which I have used for many years with tremendous success in restoring health and helping people feel more like themselves – and often, leading a more fulfilling life than ever before.
Poor quality sleep, insomnia, worry, low self-esteem can all be indicators of stress, anxiety or even the beginnings of depression.
Take heart. I have seen children come out of these episodes stronger with resources that will equip them for life.
Creative people are greatly needed in this world but their talents often come at a cost.
Chaos, black-and-white thinking and constant guilt can hide the true nature and talents of an individual. With the support of coaching, you can learn how to 'calm the chaos', utilise your strengths and ultimately feel more like you.
Skype (or Facetime) coaching has become a very popular way of working as it suits certain types of of situations very well.
For example, for individuals suffering from workplace stress or parents of challenging children who need short, regular sessions to focus on specific difficulties as they arise.
Do you want to explore how we could work together?
N.B. If you're looking for one-to-one programmes for your child (who may have been diagnosed with dyslexia or AD(H)D) please click here and I will take you to the relevant page.