Objective: For you to become the kind of person who doesn’t get anxious in the first place.
There is a simple equation. If you don’t get anxious then you don’t need to waste time and mental resources in managing symptoms.
Our approach moves from being a therapeutic intervention to that of a coaching relationship. The work that we do, and the process that we follow are now 100% bespoke.
The structure of our time together moves from tools and techniques and becomes a series of coaching conversations.
You may have come across this famous Einstein quote:
“We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.”
That is so true of anxiety. In general if you want to become less anxious you need to change the way that you think about certain things.
During a coaching conversation I will challenge your thinking. Not because I believe it’s wrong (that’s not my business to judge you in that way.) I will ask you the questions that you haven’t thought to ask yourself. We will explore what, and how, you think. I’ll invite you to reflect on whether your thinking is resulting in your experience of life being the way that you want it to be. If it’s not then I’ll help you to come up with a different way of thinking and responding.
The goal is not simply for me to be your life coach. My job is to teach you how to be your own life coach. Some forms of therapy and coaching build a dependence on the therapist. That does you no good. I’ve done my job well when you no longer need me.