Stress management therapy can be seen as ‘woolly science’, despite evidence of epidemic levels of depression worldwide. In writing the copy for this site, I made the intangible real and demystified some of the processes.
It’s likely that you are here because you want to change your life for the better. Perhaps you want to enjoy life more, have fun and learn to relax. Maybe you’re suffering with stress and anxiety. Or it could be that you suffer from low self-esteem and are having trouble reaching your goals.
Whatever your motive for seeking change, one thing is certain. For you to go from where you are now to where you want to be will mean making some changes in your life.
Your current situation and the ultimate life you want to lead are unique to you.
Which is why the method I use to help you make those positive changes is tailored to you personally.
When you come to see me I will design our sessions together based around what’s right for you, not what has worked for someone else in the past. And certainly not a one-size-fits-all approach.
It can often seem that the very things that need to change to make our lives better are out of our control. So if we can’t change the world, what can we change?
- Our outlook and perspective. We can change how we see ourselves and the world.
- Our reactions to given situations. We can learn to let go of our old limiting beliefs and outdated habits.
When we work together it’s possible that we will bring in elements of:
- EmoTrance (Emotional Transformation)
- NLP (Neural Lingistic Programming)
- CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy)
Chances are we won’t specifically talk about them though.
In practice, the boundaries between these techniques are blurred. They are simply the tools of my trade that I will adapt to your own personal situation.Someone who does well with mindfulness techniques may not respond as well to CBT and vice versa.
After all, the names and labels of the tools we’ll use are unimportant, what matters to you is getting the results that you want.