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Corona virus - Covid19
On Monday 23rd March 2020 I made the decision to move all therapy sessions online. As the pandemic has progressed I have been assessing the possible threats to health - yours and mine.
It seems that an early return to face - to - face sessions is some way off. I will be keeping a focus on the numbers of infections and deaths as well as listening to my clients to decide when to return to sessions in person.
If you have not had experience of phone/online therapy I appreciate that a session via phone, Skype or Zoom etc will have a different feel to that of an in-person conversation.
However, I have used the phone very successfully for therapy for some forty years and online services for twenty years.
I am happy to use Skype, Zoom, WhatsApp, telephone and other such facilities.
I wish you all the best of health at this time and I look forward to working with you very soon online or via the phone. Hopefully, we can resume face to face sessions at a time in the near future.
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When times are tough and confusing or when your whole future is about to change with job insecurity and financial strains, who can you turn to for guidance and help? Try us.
There are many forms of counselling and therapy but they are all simply ways of understanding what we want from our lives and how we might go about achieving those goals.
Martin uses the established process of Neuro Linguistic Psychotherapy. This style of working examines how people understand the world around them, and he helps people create their own success by showing them how they achieved success in the past.
There is a general obligation for all counsellors, psychotherapists, supervisors and trainers to receive supervision / consultative support independently of any managerial relationships.
Supervision is that process by which we ensure the safety of our clients and develop the quality of our service. I provided supervision to individuals and groups and, via Brent Beravement Services, to the counsellors of the now closed 7th July Assistance Centre and for 10 years until 2011 to Bereavement Services for Hounslow as well as students on my courses.
Deciding which training programme is the right one for you is an important task.
The benchmark from where to start is to think about your goals and therefore what you want from your training.
At Lifetide Training we see three main paths for people taking our NLP Practitioner, NLP Master Practitioner INLPTA accredited trainings and our NLP Psychotherapy trainings.
"NLP is not a quick fix or a sticking plaster over a wound; for me,
it provides a framework for living without each day being a minefield of emotional trials."
Asking for help can be difficult and if you don't have experience of psychotherapy or counselling it can feel even more daunting. The fact that our conversations are confidential gives you the security to know that you are safe in our conversations. However, that very security also means it's not easy to know what happens in the process of therapy or coaching.
One of my clients, Jaci Stephen, wrote about our work
together in an edition of The Daily Mail.
You can download a copy of her article as a PDF
by clicking on the article to the left
or you can read her story of our journey on web site of the Daily Mail here: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-566262/Ive-spent-20-years-therapy-worthwhile.html
"I began to realise that so much distress in my life was related to constant feelings
of being unable to control the way life unfolded around me, and NLP offered solutions."