Addiction / Recovery Coaching
Many people from diverse backgrounds are seeking assistance to connect into holistic health and wellness, free of harmful substance use and limiting behaviour. Recovery Coaching is an empowering intervention to support individuals, families, groups, and communities that are challenged with substance use and addictive behaviour disorders.
Using systemic coaching, I can assist in the transformation and growth of those seeking sustainable recovery and wellness. As a coach I will be able to support clients in developing a recovery that fits their personal and professional needs, wants, values, preferences, and goals.
Trauma is the emotional response one has to an extremely negative event. A traumatic event is an incident that causes physical, emotional, spiritual, or psychological harm. While trauma is a normal reaction to a horrible event, the effects can be so severe that they interfere with an individual’s ability to live a normal life.
In the event of a traumatic experience, help is needed to treat the stress and dysfunction caused by the incident, as well as to restore the individual to a state of emotional well-being.
- Redefine your sense of self, become more self-assured and discover who you truly are.
- Forgive yourself and be healed from past hurts.
- Be free of future fears.
- Rediscover inner peace, happiness, and live joyfully again.
- Take back your life and build the experiences that you dream of.
- Feel free and empowered to live a life that you choose.
A phobia is defined as an extreme or irrational fear of or aversion to something. It can also be described as a constant and excessive fear of a situation or an object. Phobias typically result in an instant onset of fear and happens when confronted with the trigger.
Many people have problems with phobias. Our coaching corrects these issues where phobias can be replaced with strong confidence and better overall quality of life.
Common phobias that a lot of people battle with are found in everyday situations, relationships, and the workplace. These phobias can include a fear of public speaking, confrontations, board meetings, meeting new people, approaching the opposite sex, and, of course, the ‘normal’ fear of heights or spiders, to mention only a few. Phobias steal your confidence, affect your quality of life, and hold you back from taking on new challenges and opportunities. As an example, you might fear to talk to someone you admire and never get to know that person, or you don’t get the promotion you want because of your fear of public speaking, even in front of colleagues.
Anxiety sufferers know all too well the fear, apprehension and worry that can bring about shortness of breath, excessive sweating, an accelerated heart rate, trembling and shaking – even if it is short lived.
Other symptoms can also include the inability of recalling information, defensive responses and ill performance.
Having an anxiety disorder can also lead to other mental and physical conditions, such as:
- Substance abuse
- Trouble sleeping (insomnia)
- Digestive or bowel problems
- Headaches and chronic pain
- Social isolation
- Problems functioning at school or work
- Poor quality of life
If your anxiety is influencing you to the extent that it threatens your work, studies and relationships, it is unquestionably affecting your quality of life. But it doesn’t have to pull you down.
Acting in anger can destroy your relationships, end your career and permanently change your life for the worse.
Anger is an intense emotion that have adverse effects on your body and mind. When you get angry, your blood pressure rises, your heart rate increases, and your adrenal glands flood your body with stress hormones. This can lead to heart attacks, a stroke, or even cancer. It is apparent that anger WILL wreak havoc on your body and must be dealt with before you do something irreversible or that you will regret.
Physical signs of anger also include:
- Clenching your jaws or grinding your teeth
- Stomach aches and fatigue
- Feeling hot in your neck and/or face
- Shaking and/or trembling
- Dizziness and/or tingling
- Headaches and migraines
- Tightening of the chest
Taking the above into consideration, ask yourself: Can you afford to lose control again? Anger can follow you everywhere you go and be detrimental in all aspects of your life. Gain back control of your anger and actions, and experience peace and harmony.
Negative Emotional Therapy™
Technique – Negative Emotional Therapy™ is a process/technique, which can release a whole lifetime of unprocessed negative emotions such as anger, shame, sadness, fear, hurt, frustration, hate, doubt, anxiety, and guilt that have accumulated in your neural network over the years. It will release all the unprocessed negative emotions that have accumulated from conception until the present day. Studies have shown that from the time the first clusters of cells start to form in the mother’s womb, the foetus can start to experience emotions. Maybe it is not experiencing its own emotions, but the foetus can sense the mother’s emotions and accept them as its own. This seemingly only happens if the mother experiences highly charged emotional events or reject the child during pregnancy.
Negative Emotional Therapy™ is so powerful to eliminate all unprocessed negative emotions from a person’s past memory bank. This technique totally gets rid of a whole lifetime’s worth of unprocessed negative emotions in a very short period. The whole process takes about 4-5hours, depending on the individual. After doing Negative Emotional Therapy™ a person can no longer feel emotions like anger, shame, sadness, fear, hurt, frustration, hate, doubt, anxiety, or guilt in relation to any event that happened in their past. They can do their best, but they will not be able to feel those emotions anymore. The memories will still be intact, but all the events will be balanced, with no emotional charge left on them.