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Programmes

More than just Listening

Programmes are about going Forward

Face to face, online, via phone, email, text or a combination of all. 

Your First Session

After an initial consultation your identified change begins with a bridging meeting.  This may be longer than usual as it’s the most important, it’s your story.  From this meeting you we essentially tailor your subsequen meetings for your change.

DOWN TECH

Social Media can be an addiction. But so too can overloading on aimless texting, surfing, answering eMails even. All of which are stopping you live in a healthy self connected way.  This is a programme that works adjusting screentime and life demands. 

LIFESTYLE CHANGE

Increasingly living congruently with the modern pace of life is causing us anxiety. We create a programme together, which  effectively moves you forward to a life of balance, meaning and considering what success means to you. 

HAPPY

Finding your Happy Place is about understanding the context of your life and what is happy.  Often it’s a change of perspective, but for others a new job, moving country?  Either way support is important in your discovery. 

WONDER WALKING

We’ve lost out connection with Nature.  With wonder walking we help with everything from creative blocks to reducing anxiety.  This is going outside to heal inside.  

ANXIETY TO CONFIDENCE

Anxiety comes in so many forms but once we reduce this, going forward needs confidence.  We don’t just take something away, we give you the way forward too.  We also deal with perfectionism here. An increasing social media stressor

LATER LATER

Power over Procrastination is an important guiding programme.  It can be hard to get out of your discomfort zone as by it’s nature it’s bearable.  This moves you out to release your potential. 

Other Changes available


Modern Life is complicated.  Many have everything and are still not happy.
This is both Paradise syndrome and Abundance Paradox .  We take you through this complex aspect that ‘first world issues’ throw up

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