I recently worked with a one to one client who was finding both work and life challenging. The result was intense anxiety affecting her work, her personal life and her ability to nourish herself. She has recently become engaged but is finding the pressures of this situation quite intense.
Using my therapeutic skills as a hypnotherapist, CBT, EFT and stress management practitioner, coach and facilitator, we successfully moved towards bringing mind and body into harmony and balance.
The result is a more confident, assertive and healthy person, capable of working efficiently and creatively as well as a balanced, happy individual, capable of sustaining a loving and enabling relationship. Occasional support and encouragement if required, will sustain and develop this success… I love this part of my work and I love training some of these concepts in organisations.
I am looking forward very much to discussing this approach with other attendees at the Workplace Wellbeing & Stress Summit on the 28th November in London
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