Sometimes, even when you are successful in the world, there might come a point where you wonder whether you are living your full potential.
You might have a general sense that more might be possible for you, or be aware of particular unhelpful patterns in life that may limit what you can achieve. Perhaps you might wonder about the lingering impact of past events.
Through exploration with a trained professional who holds a non-judgmental space for you, you can gain insight into outdated or limiting strategies of being in the world, discovering and creating new possibilities for yourself.
Sometimes a brief phone chat with a consultant can help answer some initial questions that you may have and we can arrange an initial appointment.
The process begins with an initial consultation in which we will consider what you would like to get out of the process and agree the details of working together such as a regular meeting time and the fee.
The structure and content of the sessions will depend on what you are aiming to achieve. In the process, we will explore various domains of your experience such as cognition, emotions and body, whilst discussing particular aspects of your life. Drawing on tools such as for example mindfulness practices, or guided imagery, or reflection, we will combine cognitive and emotional skill building. The process might include regular “homework” between meetings.
Sessions are 50 minutes long and usually take place weekly over a minimum of 8 weeks. You reserve a regular session day and time and it remains yours for as long as we work together.
Cancelled sessions must be paid for. Whenever possible we will aim to provide an alternative appointment time within the same week at no extra cost. We require a minimum of 72 hours notice period.
Inbuilt in the program are periodical reviews that enable you to see your progression. At the end of our work, we will review the process.
Our consultations are offered by professionally trained and qualified counsellors and therapists. Everything you present is confidential within the terms of the BACP Code of Ethics.