Coaching, support and tools to help you handle emotionally difficult times

Mental Wellbeing

Coaching is a powerful way for you to develop your mental and emotional wellbeing. Whether you feel that you are in crisis, or simply not as happy as you want to be, I will help you to feel safe. I bring a balance of listening, support and practical help. I have been trained in trauma awareness and working with mental health. My approach draws on a wide range of methods, approaches and tools to help you find your balance and positive outlook again in life.

  • A safe space to share and be heard without judgement

  • Practical and effective evidence based approaches to help you re-find your sense of self, balance and space to think

  • Tools that you can take away and use for yourself to cope with life's challenges

Mental Wellbeing at Work

Supporting mental wellbeing at work

  • One to one coaching for your leaders, teams and employees

  • Several pricing options available

  • A great way to support wellbeing at work

  • Ties mental wellbeing to employer responsibility

  • A great benefit for employees

  • Tried and tested model for mental wellbeing

  • Employees can bring any topic to coaching

  • Ongoing coaching including training and workshops

  • Access to a special members only area with great resources

  • Confidential support for individual team members

  • Increased profitability and performance for the business

Research shows that coaching within the workplace supports employees, business growth and profitability. As an example of what is possible, GSK implemented an internal coaching program ; coaching within GSK increased early 3,000% from 2010 to 2016 and has been credited with a return on investment of $66 Million, which represents almost 0.5 percent increase on annual revenue for a company that turns over circa $38 Billion each year. Coaching has been used by other large organisations such as the NHS and Google, with estimates suggesting that up to ninety five percent of firms used some form of coaching in 2018. A study by Rock and Donde in 2008 found a return of 17 times the investment made into internal coaching programmes. A meta study of coaching outcomes showed that coaching had positive results at an overall organisational level and at an individual level, in the domains of both skills development and mood enhancement. Developing positive behaviours at work through coaching is also likely to have a positive impact on employee home life and wellbeing.

Emotional Freedom (EFT) and Dynamic Experience (AEDP)

EFT (also known as tapping) and AEDP are highly experiential and practical methods that are very effective if you are struggling with life in one way or another. The therapeutic effects of this technique are recognised around the world and both continue to be actively developed through robust studies.

 

Both approaches allow you to develop your own capacity quickly, and give you methods to take away and use in your own time.You will learn how to notice and shift the negative patterns that form around uncomfortable thoughts, feelings, events or troubling memories. 

Mindfulness and Acceptance for Wellbeing

Another important principle that I work by is that self-awareness and the ability to accept whatever we are going through are key skills to develop. Acceptance does not mean resignation, there is a very important distinction between the two. Acceptance is about allowing what is going on to be true. Once we are able to do that, and stop simply wishing it were different, we can take steps to make change. If we stay in resistance and denial, then we are never able to fully see what we need to do next. I have been trained in Mindfulness for Life and also in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. This allows me to help my clients build formal and informal mindfulness practices into their daily lives and to make a positive difference to their mental and emotional wellbeing.

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