“What we see depends mainly on what we look for.” ~John Lubbock
Have you ever noticed how as human beings, we tend to go negative?
Looking out into the world, we see the crumpled fast food bag in the street and the torn curtain in the window.
Looking into the mirror, we see the pores and dark circles under our eyes. We see the freckles and miss the dimple, or we hate the dimple and miss the smile.
Our eyes focus in on what’s wrong.
Following success working with substance misuse clients in rehabilitation centers and counselling people from all walks of life from children to teenagers up to mature adults I have gained a great diversity of experience since the 1990’s. The last six or seven years have seen me including motivating youth training through group discussion, motivational interviewing, and outdoor pursuits.
At forty five years of age and following a highly successful career coaching in London I have come to believe in the essential value of structure and the power of holding a “positive philosophy” for all clients as a unifying force. These well established principles seem to help people regardless of their situation to regain control of their lives by reducing stress and increasing contentment through focusing on what they have to appreciate and value in their lives and learning to criticise ourselves and others less. This key theme is backed by numerous complimentary techniques and exercises, enabling the participants of sessions to have fun along the way as well as gaining invaluable tools and creating the time and safety to explore their past.
Life coaching or counselling is the basis upon which you build all that you do so that you can feel good in yourself whatever you choose your life to be. What value is there in achieving much materially but not being nice to live with or not feeling good within yourself? I support you with your vision to see clearly what you want and to plan ahead with well crafted support that has been proven to