As a parent how are you managing your mental wellbeing during the locks downs and isolation?
The work I do with adults differs from the work I do with teens. For adults I work with emotional stress, neglect, self care. All of these go out of the window when faced with increased responsibilty.
Do you feel
Are you getting
These are signs that your mental health and wellbeing are being neglected. As adults, it's natural to put others first ahead of your own needs. Right now your Kids and the world need you at your best.
Imagine what it would be like to feel
I also coach and counsel adults. This part of my work has always been word of mouth, but now i want you all to take advantage of me as part
It is easy and straight forward to get started. First, let's have a chat over the phone or video call. It's essential that you get to know me before anything else happens. Hiring coach has to start from trust. After we have spoken I'll have a chat with your Son. This chat will be entirely confidential and we will be able to get to know each other, and we can discuss his goals, how his life looking, his stresses and what is going to make the biggest difference for him moving forward.
I work onlinbe through video calls, this is so that the sessions are flexible and can be easily scheduled in so they cause little to no disruption to everyday life. Sessions last 50 minutes, except the first consultation which can last up to 2hrs. This depeneds entirely on how much your Son wants to talk. We meet weekly, I recommend 3 months of coaching to start and top up sessions if needed. Coaching is fast and effective. I can't wait to get started and to see what wonderful changes are in store.
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WHAT MY CLIENTS SAY
I have been deeply impressed by the changes I have seen in my son. Previously he was "all over the place" and not achieving either in education - he had been out for 3 years due to illness and generally not coping with life. He was also previously not doing anything with his time towards his other life needs. Now I see him as a developing, late adolescent beginning to take his place back in education and in society in general and beginning to believe he can carve out a place for himself in the world.
Over the last few months, I have seen my son actually set goals and stick to them, e.g. finishing a basic education course despite setbacks and difficulties. He has been able to be part of the process of getting a place at college to do a course he is passionate about and wants to pursue as a career. I cannot thank him enough or recommend him more highly. If you have the chance to work with Henry - take it. - J. Cockburn
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